A Better Camarillo For All

Our campaign will focus on local issues that will improve the quality of life for residents of the Second District and the city as a whole.

Invest in Safe Pedestrian and Bicycle Routes


The first step in fighting climate change should be to make our cities safe to walk and bike in.

Investing in safe bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure also provides recreation opportunities to neighborhoods with limited park space like Camarillo’s Second District.

Enhance Economic Development

We need public/private partnerships to develop strategies to attract/retain business and create jobs.

We must find ways to provide adequate housing for the next generation of Camarillo residents and employees of local businesses

  • Support a Camarillo-based non-profit organization with a community and economic development mission 

  • Ensure new housing projects take aggressive measures to reduce VMT or are located near VMT Reduction Zones

  • Establish a business incubator as part of an Old Town revitalization

  • Connect CSUCI to the city's micro-mobility infrastructure and to the economy through local business interaction

  • Oppose any expansion of the Camarillo Airport.  Look to future quiet aviation technology such as eVTOL for economic growth

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Improve our Downtown


Strong cities have strong downtowns. Camarillo's needs improving. 

For years Camarillo has lacked a vibrant, walkable downtown with an established identity.  While other cities have aggressively upgraded their downtowns, our city council has been passive.


  • Establish a Business Improvement District

  • Develop new Specific Plan for Arneill Rd. to replace the dated “Camarillo Commons” plan

  • Propose CAB (Cover Abandoned Buildings) ordinance

  • Add art installations, murals and design elements to establish a downtown brand

  • Ensure Dizdar Park serves the neighborhood.

  • Develop plan to construct a new environmentally friendly city hall and art center on the abandoned Courthouse and Pleasant Valley School sites.


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