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Ojai, pronounced ”Oh-hi”, is a small inland city nestled in the valley of the majestic Topa Topa Mountains. It is one of the most desirable places to live in Ventura County with its high livability rate and low crime. Ojai has unique small town charm, slow paced lifestyle, and natural beauty that attracts nature lovers, wellness seekers, and artists.

Ojai is well known for its emphasis on ecology, organic agriculture, health, spiritual centers, and the arts. It has a strong community spirit, well-rounded family-friendly amenities, and highly rated private and public schools that all contribute to making it a good place to raise a family. Downtown Ojai has a village-like atmosphere that welcomes visitors and locals to enjoy a stroll through the center of town. It is filled with galleries featuring local artisans, book shops, eateries, and boutique clothing stores.

Being situated in the Los Padres National Forest, Ojai offers a serene escape for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy hiking and mountain biking with over 200 miles of trails to explore. The area provides a scenic backdrop for camping, horseback riding, camping, golfing and tennis. Parallel to Highway 33 is the paved 15-mile Ojai Valley Trail used by bicyclists, walkers, and joggers which extends from the city of Ojai to Ventura.

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General Information

Weather/Average: 75°F (24°C)
Zip Code: 93023
Population: 7,590 (2021)
Taxes: 7.25% (
Median Home Price : $1,102,500 ( /2023)
Area Code: 805
Elevation: 745 ft

Ojai Visitor Center

The City of Ojai


For information on real estate agencies and property management, please contact Tracey Shoop, 805-490-3860 or email