Manhole Covers of the Unincorporated Areas of Ventura County
Created 17 January 2006
This page was last updated on 25 November 2008
All photos copyrighted by David L. Magney 2003-2006
This is a study of manhole covers from various localities in the unincorporated areas of Ventura County. Pages covering the incorporated cities of Ventura County follow this page, including for Camarillo, Fillmore, Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, San Buenaventura, Santa Paula, Simi Valley, and Thousand Oaks.
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Manhole Covers of Ventura County, Southern California
Manhole Covers of Box Canyon, Ventura County, California
Box Canyon is a small neighborhood community located in the southeastern corner of the county, right next to the Los Angeles community of Chatsworth.   It is a small canyon in the Simi Hills, which has some dramatic sandstone cliff faces and outcrops.   Some old westerns, including Zorro, were filmed in Box Canyon a few decades ago.
Manhole Covers of Rancho Matilija [Ojai Valley], California
Rancho Matilija is a gated community neighborhood on the west end of the Ojai Valley, immediately west of the Ventura River.   This development occurs on a portion of the former Mexican land grant called Rancho Matilija.   All the homes in this development sell for over $1,000,000, and all are custom homes.
Manhole Covers of Santa Susana Knolls [Simi Valley/Hills], California
Santa Susana Knolls is an older neighborhood on the southeast end of the Simi Valley, at the base of the north slope of the Simi Hills.   This development occurs on a portion of the former Mexican land grant called Rancho Santa Susana [sometimes spelled Sussana].   An old railroad station, Santa Susanna, is preserved as a museum and park.   Most of the Rancho Santa Susana is within the incorporated area of Simi Valley, just north of the railroad tracks.
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