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The beauty of all that surrounds us in Ventura County: from the hills, orchards, fields, creeks and to our neighborhoods and where we work, every bit of it is in our Watersheds. We invite you to join the cities' and county's efforts to protect Ventura County’s Watersheds by being more aware of what is added to the land and the harm it can do as it is taken, through storm drains to the Ventura and Santa Clara Rivers, Malibu and Calleguas Creeks, the bays and estuaries – and eventually into the Pacific Ocean.

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Did you know the City of Thousand Oaks has a hazardous material collection facility? The facility is open by appointment Friday and Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm. The City also has guidelines of the materials they accept on their website:
Did you know the City of Thousand Oaks has a hazardous waste facility that's open by appointment Fri. & Sat. 9am-1pm?