The Oxnard Journal
Oxnard Neighborhood Special Edition
Historic Wilson Neighborhood - Highlighted in the
this Tuesday - September 21, 2004........
Wilson Neighborhood encompasses the Downtown, the
civic center, the Library, Police and Fire,
along with the north section of the Downtown. These views were taken on a quiet Sunday morning.
Store on First Street between A & B.
Inside Panaderia Vannesa - on A Street - One of Oxnard's Best Bread Shops
The Crew at Panaderia Vannesa ------ Hard working guys who get to work at 3 a.m. every day.
The A Street Entrance of Oxnard Public Library
City Hall as seen from 3rd Street.
Oxnard's Public Safety Building - as seen from corner of C and 3rd.
RICO MENUDO is available on Sunday Morning.
Colorful banners announce and attract PLAZA AUTO SALES - corner of 4th & C Street.
Carnegie Art Museum as seen from Fourth Street.
Oxnard's New Downtown Parking Structure - a tandem project with the Downtown Theater.
Plaza Park as seen from B Street looking West.
Beautiful Quaint Home along D Street.
Tall Majestic Palms along D Street.
Historic Santa Clara Chapel << http://www.staclara.org/ >>
Soon - to - be - Renovated - The Old Saint John's Hospital will become Sycamore Senior Village.
Cute homes on Palm Avenue - just off C Street.
Wilson Park on Palm Drive.
The former Wilson School is now a City Senior Center.
Corner of Magnolia and A Street - looking towards civic center.
1920's - Deco Houses serve as homes and businesses along A Street.
Oxnard Boulevard at Doris - Looking South towards the Downtown.
Deodar Street - One of the Most Beautiful, Quiet & Pleasant Street to stroll along, live on, or view by car.
Reardon Mortuary - a local A Street Landmark.
WIN's Drive-In on A Street.
A Street at First - Looking North.
Black Bird Enjoys Oxnard's Public Parking at corner of B and Second Street.
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