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Douglas Roberts

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Farmers Insurance Agent in Castaic, CA
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Contact Info

Address

27305 Live Oak Rd
Ste B
Castaic, CA 91384
US

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Phone Numbers

Office:
(661) 417-8001(661) 417-8001
Fax:
(661) 244-2881

Office Hours

Day of the WeekHours
Mon:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Tue:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Wed:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Thu:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Fri:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Sat:10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Sun:Closed
Available on Saturdays by appointment.
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Farmers Insurance Agent in Castaic, CA

Douglas Lee Roberts
About Me

5.0
Rating 5.0

I've been a resident of Castaic since 1999, so I understand the area and needs of this community. I'm a member of the Castaic Town Council as the Representative for Region 2. As your local Farmers® agent in Castaic, CA, I help customers like you identify the insurance coverage that best fits your needs.

This process is candid and tailored to help make you more informed about your insurance coverage. I have the knowledge and experience to help you better understand your coverage options--whether that's auto, recreational, home, renters, business insurance, and more.

My office is located next to Ameci’s, off Live Oak road. Please let me know if I can help you with any of your insurance needs. Email: droberts@farmersagent.com

Give me a call at (661) 417-8001 and I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

Years of Experience

I have over 4 years of experience as a Farmers Insurance agent.

Education

BA, Television and Film, University of Georgia

Neighborhoods Served

Castaic, Santa Clarita, Fillmore, Frazier Park, and Bakersfield

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Licenses

CA License #: 0H72949

States Licensed In

CA

Insurance Products Offered

Auto Insurance
Home Insurance
Life Insurance1
Business Insurance
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Neither of us claim to be amazing chefs, just a couple of dudes from Texas that know and love good BBQ! One day while sitting on the couch longing for the taste of our home state BBQ, and tired of our side jobs, we thought about selling BBQ sandwiches from a push cart. Instead of letting the idea pass us by, we decided to stay persistent and after a year of planning the idea was brought to fruition and grew into a gourmet food truck!


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The town council is a board of directors representing the community of Castaic working alongside the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and various County Departments. We address improvements ranging from community concerns to land use, and strategic planning for the Town of Castaic.

Like most California communities, Castaic is growing and growing fast. However, Castaic is one of those rare cities that believes in "managed growth" while maintaining it's natural beauty for residents.

Most California communities can trace their roots to Indian villages and sprawling Spanish Ranchos, and Castaic is no exception. Jerry Reynolds, a late Santa Clarita historian, once wrote that the name "Castaic" had been spelled various ways through the years but the area was originally called "Kashtuk", an Indian word meaning "eyes". Native Americans, specifically the Tataviam, along with Spanish explorers lived, worked and enjoyed the lush green rolling hills and streams in and around Castaic, hundreds of years before the area became the community that it is today. Most local historians, however, consider the official birth of Castaic to be around July of 1915 when the California Highway Commission completed a trail over the tops of the mountains from Castaic to Gorman, called the the old Ridge Route.

At the time, and costing a mere $500,000, the Ridge Route was considered an "engineering masterpiece", according to Reynolds. It reduced the old road between Los Angeles and Bakersfield by 60 miles. The Ridge Route was described as two lanes of asphalt with 642 curves that, when added together, made 97 complete circles between Castaic and Gorman. The curve intensive route was later replaced by Highway 99 in October of 1933.

A railroad spur line was built from Saugus to Ventura in September of 1887. Along with a cattle loading chute to transport locally raised steers, the Southern Pacific Railroad also established a depot at Castaic Junction for local rail travelers. Historic photos have proven it was literally the size of a telephone booth.

Castaic opened it's first Post Office on September 15, 1894 at the Junction, but went out of business within 11 months due to lack of interest. Sam Parsons, who purchased an acre of land in 1914 to open up the well remembered Sam's Place, re-established the Post Office in April, 1917.

As the community grew, there came a demand from families with children to establish a local school district in 1889. Castaic School was opened on March 25th of that year. The original school building continued to be used until its demolition in 1996. Four schools currently operate in the district and other school sites are planned to keep pace with resident's needs.

Parker Ranch brought suburban growth to Castaic in 1923 when land was subdivided into five and ten acre parcels. The humble Castaic industrial age began with Castaic Brick in 1927, and George Dunn's Wayside Dairy in 1929. The dairy was leased to the County of Los Angeles in 1937 to be used as a work farm. From these small beginnings a huge commerce center is now in final stages of development. The complex is expected to generate over 20,000 jobs at build out.

Castaic is attracting many new families and businesses to it's boundaries with it's convenient southern California location, mild weather, and diverse outdoor recreational opportunities. Visit us soon and see us with your own "kashtuk".

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