The City of Simi Valley was consolidated on October 10, 1969, under 3 months after Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin turned into the primary people to arrive on the Moon. The City covers 42 square miles and starting at 2013 was home to a little more than 126,000 individuals.
Simi Valley is neighbors with Moorpark, Thousand Oaks and the San Fernando Valley. As indicated by the City's site, the name of the Chumash Indian Village "Shimiji" is accepted to be the cause of the City's name and Ta'apu is the birthplace of the names of Tapo Street and Tapo Canyon.
Here are some of very most loved activities in Simi Valley, like climbing the Long Canyon Trail, with its perspectives of Wood Ranch, Bard Lake and whatever is left of Simi Valley also you can climb to Lang Ranch in Thousand Oaks from here.