Facts About Oxnard
Oxnard is a city in Ventura County, California, United States
The estimated population of Oxnard is 202,063 as of 2020.
Oxnard is located on the Oxnard Plain, an area with fertile soil. With its beaches, dunes, wetlands, creeks and the Santa Clara River, the area contains a number of important biological communities.
The economy of Oxnard includes defence, international trade, agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. Oxnard is a manufacturing centre in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Oxnard was incorporated as a city in 1903.
On average, rainfall totals 15.6 inches per year.
The climate of Oxnard is dry and subtropical with the average high temperature reaching only 70 degrees and the average low only reaching 52.
Oxnard is twinned with the following sister city Ocotlán, Jalisco, Mexico.
The area where this city is built was once inhabited by the Chumash Indians.
In 1542 Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo claimed the area that is now Oxnard for Spain.