Frank Enderle
Keller Williams Realty KW WORLD CLASS 818-974-4961



I have Lived and Worked in Thousand Oak for over 20 years...

My family lives here! I believe in family values!! As a Realtor, I want to help to increase our property values, while keeping the topography of Thousand Oaks beautiful,  and make Thousand Oaks a  safer place to live!! As a coach, the most important part of sports, that is rarely taught... "take what the field gives you!!" That ability to adapt to a situation has helped me in my life,  I am open-minded and I want to be the voice of the people, not rule the people!   We all need to do a better job! We need to work together to make Thousand Oaks even better!  TO  STRONG!


1) If elected, what would you hope to accomplish during your term in office?
 TO KEEP OUR STREETS SAFE!  Raise the bar, and help make Thousand Oaks the best place to live in our country. 
I would like to fix the homeless problem!!  And work to fix the ramifications of what COVID has done to our community, we have not seen it yet, and it is going to be a challenge.
Help out small businesses get back on their feet,  streamline permits, and make sure we don’t hold new business hostage, forcing them to do costly upgrades to our city that drives them away! We all need to work together!  I am going to do the right thing! I will be that squeaky wheel, I will ask WHY, I will be the voice of the people, and protect our citizens and children!! Work on a plan to stop all these annual brush fires! 
2) What do you believe are the three most pressing issues facing the Thousand Oaks City Council? As a member        of the city council, what would be your role in addressing the issues?
- the homeless problem, we need to motivate them, and help the ones who want help, to get back on their feet. I want to put in a zero tolerance policy for violent, drunk and disorderly.
- COVID help small businesses… Small businesses are going to need help to get back on their feet!! I will be that thorn in Newsoms side and hopefully rally the other cities to make sure he steps up and helps the people who have been harmed! Need to make sure the Governor STEPS UP!!
-Public safety. Work on stricter laws protecting the law abiding citizens, give the rights back to the law abiding people not the criminals.
3) What is your vision for future development of the City? 
We need more affordable housing, and with affordable housing I don’t mean building housing projects but build supsodised housing to help people get back on their feet…. A smart plan, with oversight, to make sure we don’t need get taken advantage of by the few, we need to help the masses! While keeping the topography constant of the beauty in Thousand Oaks, Protect the open space, while having some growth. I do not want our area to be another San Fernando Valley! To allow garages to be housing is not the way to go!! The proper Zoning needs to be kept in place, to protect the values of homeowners. And keep Thousand Oaks a place where families want to live and raise their children.
4) How  would you deal with homelessness? 
We have a complex humanitarian crisis, We need to be compassionate but stern!! I want to maximize the punishment for breaking the laws, while rewarding the people who need help that don’t break the law! We have food banks that give out food to the homeless, unconditionally,  we need to use that to motivate the homeless, create a self worth for them! To have them to help the community by either litter control, or simply helping the food banks. We need to reward them for helping… I am not talking about taking food away, but a motivation to get them back on their feet! The homeless who need help should get it.  The homeless that move here to take advantage, of our kindness, and do drugs and assault our citizens needs to be held accountable!! Enforce the laws and Maximize penalties for that!


I am pro Growth and Business-friendly!!  Being pro-growth doesn't mean I am against Measure E, but we do need to accommodate housing shortage while keeping the topography of the land of Thousand Oaks. Any Growth would have to be a WIN/WIN!!   I DO NOT... want Thousand Oaks to become another San Fernando Valley!!   We need to work for small businesses, with the COVID19  Shutdown, they were harmed and need help!! we need to get a game plan to get these businesses back on their feet!!  Make sure they know what Federal programs that are out there and, get a committee to help them!! As a homeowner in Newbury Park,  I see how a Costco with a gas station would have been a great addition to our community!! To lose that deal it was a lose/lose!! I will not lose that deal!!    

COVID19: We need to get back to normal! COVID19 this is a virus that harms the elderly and compromised people! Why are we not protecting those people?! Why are the healthy being quarantined? And small businesses being bankrupt?  We need to help those small businesses get back on their feet!! Again we are not protecting the compromised!! The children are not at risk, they need to go back to school!!  We are in lockdown hurting our economy and hurting our people!! Suicide rates are way up!! We need a plan to protect the people at risk and get the people who are not at risk back to normal!  

All the Fires in Thousand Oaks. The past few years the fires have been out of control!! The news media was not reporting accurately, and we as a city need to make a response system, a place for all our citizens to get accurate information about potential dangers! We need to get a plan to stop fires from being started when the winds come!!   We need more brush clearance! And we need harsher punishment for people who are caught setting fires!! Again, a game plan to fix this!! I fully support our local Fire department!

Defund the police? WE NEED MORE POLICE! Without law and order, there is anarchy!!  They protect and serve, and I thank them for what they do!  The problem is our courts are releasing criminals from our jails. Protecting the criminals but not our citizens?? I am for harsher punishments!! to deter crime! Thousand Oaks is not a racists community! I have lived my life by judging people by the merits of what they do, and never by the color of their skin! Racism is tearing us apart, We need to bring EVERYONE TOGETHER!! I fully Support our Sheriff and Police Department

NO ON Prop 15 Our government trying to trick people again and Prop 13 is in jeopardy"HEADS UP CALIFORNIA" - He Did it!! AG BECERRA got the major property tax increase on the ballot. Your PROPERTY TAX INCREASES are on the launch pad. California politicians are trying to repeal prop 13 by slipping it under the radar. California's Attorney General, XAVIER BECERRA is putting together plans to raise property tax revenue by eliminating the only thing keeping some peoples’ property tax from skyrocketing. 


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The people of Thousand Oaks!!  Let me know what you think!


            Frank Enderle

        Thousand Oaks City Council



VOTE FOR FRANK ENDERLE Thousand Oaks City Council


One of the highlights of each issue of Dos Vientos Living is to get to know our neighborhood families. It’s especially interesting when the names are recognizable. Many of you may recognize Frank Enderle as both a Realtor and because he’s running for City Council in Thousand Oaks in November 2020 to “bring common sense back to the government,” he says. Frank is also on the Dos Vientos HOA Board.

Frank and Sylvia Enderle have been living in Dos Vientos since 2001. When son Tyler was born, they decided to look for a house to raise their growing family. Son Brett was born in 2005. The family includes Silver Lab Zeke, who is 10.

“Dos Vientos reminded me of Calabasas when I was growing up there,” says Frank. “It’s quiet, pretty, and the temperature is just phenomenal,” he says, “The microclimate is the jewel of the world. There’s really nowhere better to live.”

Sylvia, who grew up in Hollywood, and Frank have been married for 24 years. “I met Sylvia on her 21st birthday,” remembers Frank. “I was working at the Red Onion as a doorman and I let her in early. We were hanging out at the club and when the club closed, we went to breakfast. I realized I had met her a year before at Florentine Gardens! I had given her my number and she blew me off! I told her I wasn’t going to lose her again! We have been together ever since."



Following in his father’s footsteps, Frank first got into real estate in 1993. He had also pursued an acting career and is Screen Actors Guild eligible, all while working in the automotive industry for 15 years, running a car dealership, working in the finance department, and learning the skills of negotiation.

As a realtor, he says, "I take care of my clients the way I would buy or sell a house for myself. I have sold properties from Beverly Hills to Oxnard and everywhere in between. I go the extra step and take clients wherever they want. I like to sell in Newbury Park and Dos Vientos Ranch. Because I have lived here for over 19 years, I know the area and value our community!"

“Dos Vientos is a great Little bubble of suburbia. We have a phenomenal group of people here, really tight,” he adds. “The kids all go to Sycamore Canyon from K to 8. Everyone knows each other from around the neighborhood. It’s very family-oriented.”

Sylvia keeps herself busy as a stay-at-home mom. For almost ten years, she worked at Crystal Cruises in the shore excursion department at their corporate offices in Century City.“We have gone on many cruises, including the Trans-Canal and Europe,” she says.

The Enderle's spend quite a bit of their time involved in Tyler and Brett’s sports. Both play football and lacrosse. Tyler, now 19, graduated from Westlake High School and is now a freshman at

Ventura College where he’ll be playing football. Brett, 15, was on the Westlake Varsity Lacrosse team as a freshman, playing with his brother who started all 4 years. The team was ranked #5 in the state but the season was unfortunately cut short due to COVID.

Frank has coached both his sons at Newbury Park Baseball, Newbury Park Lacrosse and Basketball, as well as Westlake Pop Warner Football. He says, "I have enjoyed travel football and lacrosse. Nothing like traveling with other families, getting to know all the great families on trips with the boys, and watching them compete!"

“I’ve really enjoyed playing with my boys and watching them grow up,” he says. The family’s love of sports extends to a favorite vacation. “We flew to Texas, where Tyler and his high school football team played against the State Champion Aledo High School, Friday Night Lights, Texas Style,” Frank says. “We visited family, ate a lot of BBQ and we went to The Cowboys Stadium to watch USC play Alabama. We are all USC and Dallas Cowboy fans! The stadium was awesome!”

We’re glad we got to know a little more about the Enderle family. If you would like your family to be featured in an upcoming issue or know someone you’d like to nominate, please email bkramer@