Located in Ventura County's southeast corner that is bordering Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley occupies an area of approximately 42 sqm, Simi Valley forms part of the Greater Los Angeles area. Simi Valley grew to be a "bedroom community" for the cities that are within the Los Angeles region and for San Fernando Valley when the freeway was built over the Santa Susana Pass. The city has dry and warmer weather during the summer, wherein Wildfires also occur in the area. Simi Hills typically experience mild, rainy winters because of its relatively low elevation and making snow rather rare even in the highest areas. The city's primary source of its economy lies in the machinery and tools with several firms, along with the metal secondary that comes up to be secondary, wherein both are primarily in the eastern and western industrial areas.

Population 126,181  (12.60%)

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