Because we know that when you come to visit, you may eventually need to go, here’s where you can find public restrooms in Downtown Oxnard:
- Oxnard Transit Center, 201 E. Fourth St.
- City Hall, 305 W. Third Street
- City Service Center, 214 S. C Street
- Police Department, 251 S. C Street
- Public Library, 251 S. A Street
The above public facilities are open on most regular business days and hours. In addition to these, several Downtown businesses have facilities for patrons. City officials are currently working on a plan to add permanent public restrooms. We will update this page as those become available.
The best way around Downtown is as a pedestrian!
With great year-round weather and easy access to all amenities, Downtown Oxnard is the ulitmate “walkable community.” In fact, WalkScore.com awarded Downtown Oxnard its highest rating of “Walker’s Paradise” based on a wide variety of criteria. Walk Score’s mission is to promote walkable neighborhoods. Walkable neighborhoods are one of the simplest and best solutions for the environment, our health, and our economy. Of course, bicycling is easy as well with plenty of places to park and lock your bike.
Tours begin at the free parking structure on B Street between Third Street and Fourth Street and end at Heritage Square. Other stops include the Oxnard Post Office, the Woolworth Building, the Bank of A. Levy Building, Plaza Park and Pagoda, the Carnegie Museum, the C Street Palm Trees, the Santa Clara Catholic Church, the Henry T. Oxnard Historic District, the Japanese Methodist Church, and the Golden Chicken Inn.
Visitors following the tour will be able to view an historic photograph and enjoy a brief description of each historic site. There is no cost for the tour.