Just 14 miles from the coast and 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, Santa Paula is located in the rich Santa Clara River Valley and surrounded by the peaks of the Los Padres National Forest. Although agriculture is the foundation of Santa Paula’s economy and known as the “Citrus Capital of the World,” the first oil production in California began here in 1886 and is still present. Light industry is expanding. The community has a quaint, small town image, ideal climate and reasonable priced housing, which is why Santa Paulans refer to their community as “Hometown USA”. Santa Paula takes pride in maintaining its own identity and is in close proximity to the many tourist, recreational, and cultural activities in Southern California.
City of Santa Paula – 805-525-4478