Business View Civil and Municipal | Volume 9, Issue 1

53 CIVIL AND MUNICIPAL VOLUME 3, ISSUE 1 MOORPARK , CAL I FORNI A around. “That train station puts the city in a unique position,” says Saxton. “Thinking about various individuals and ages and demographics, where they want to live, having that resource really puts us at a unique advantage for a variety of housing.” There are 19 parks in the 11 square mile community of Moorpark and the city is also surrounded by a greenbelt, which offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation. The city’s parks and recreation staff have run many successful events during the pandemic – and worked to save on water, while maintaining the parks’ beauty. The city is also working to implement a broadband strategic plan to upgrade and lay fiber throughout the community to aid in business attraction and the work-from- home revolution. Looking to the near future of Moorpark, Brown is hoping to usher in new developments and finish many of the developments already in the works. Saxton’s goal is to have the general plan completed and to streamline the policy and processes for the business and residential communities, so that everyone knows exactly what they need to do – from large developers to renovators. She shares, “It’s going to make a huge difference. We have a lot of irons in the fire, so the next three years are really going to be an exciting time for the City of Moorpark.” 305 S. Kalorama Street, Suite D Ventura, CA 93001 (805) 309 6100 quality boutique and unique communities High Street Depot - Moorpark, CA CNC MILLING & TURNING ENGINEERING WELDING 818. 772 . 7671 5069 MAUREEN LANE #B MOORPARK, CA 93021 PRODUCTION MANUFACTURING ASSEMBLY LASER MARKING