An earthquake Monday morning just outside of Thousand Oaks rattled residents but didn’t produce any reported damage or disruption to businesses.

The shaking occurred at 7:59 a.m. with the U.S. Geological Survey reporting the depth of the quake at 2.4 kilometers and magnitude of 3.6. At this size, the earthquake is considered “weak” or “light,” with low chances of causing significant damage.

More than 2,000 local residents had submitted reports to the USGS by noon, indicating that they had felt the quake, using the organization’s citizen science “Felt Report” tool, which tracks and monitors the impact of earthquakes around the country.

At California Lutheran University, a representative indicated the school “hasn’t noted any impact” and classes proceeded as normal.

Simi Valley city manager’s office had no reports of damage due to the earthquake. However, routine inspections of water pipes and electric equipment will be conducted to confirm there is no damage, as is typical after a quake.

A representative of Reagan Library in Simi Valley also reported “there was no impact” to the library’s campus.

The city manager for Thousand Oaks did not immediately return a request for comment.