Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District, an independent special district, was formed in January 1962 under the State Public Resource Code of California. The birth of the District was approved by voters in the Camarillo community to provide quality programs, parks and facilities that can be enjoyed by everyone.
The District is located in and around the City of Camarillo, serves a population of over 70,000 and covers an area approximately 45 square miles. It has grown from one park and 30 acres to 28 parks and over 300 acres since its inception over 50 years ago.
The District is a separate government agency from the City of Camarillo. The boundaries of the District also varies from the City of Camarillo. See map for boundaries.
The District is governed by publicly elected Board of Directors and is managed by the District’s General Manager. See Enabling Act.
Within the District, a variety of recreational facilities exist including:
The District Administration Office, along with the Community Center is located at the corner of Carmen and Burnley Street at:
1605 E. Burnley Street
Camarillo, CA 93010
Office hours: Monday - Friday from 8am – 5pm