Contents 1 Geography 2 Demographics 3 Enclaves 4 Government and infrastructure 4.1 Emergency services 5 Education 5.1 Primary and secondary schools 5.1.1 Public schools 5.1.2 Private schools 5.2 Public libraries 6 Parks and recreation 7 Media 8 Notable people 9 Videos 10 References

Geography[edit] West Los Angeles as defined by the Los Angeles Times The Automobile Club of Southern California does not mark boundaries on its map, but centers the neighborhood south of Santa Monica Boulevard, west of Interstate 405, north of Olympic Boulevard and east of Barrington Avenue.[1] The borders of the official West Los Angeles Neighborhood Council correspond closely to this second definition. Specifically, its district stretches from the 405 freeway in the east to Centinela Avenue in the west and Wilshire Boulevard in the north and the 10 freeway in the south. This is roughly the same area labeled as "Sawtelle" in the Mapping L.A. website of the Los Angeles Times. However, according to the Mapping L.A. website of the Los Angeles Times, West Los Angeles lies south of Santa Monica Boulevard, west of Beverly Glen Boulevard, north of Pico Boulevard and east of Sepulveda Boulevard.[2] Both areas lie within the West Los Angeles Community Plan Area recognized by the city of Los Angeles.[3] In 2003, a Los Angeles Times correspondent noted that: The meaning of the term West Los Angeles varies widely. Some use it to describe the entire Westside including Santa Monica, Venice and stretching east to Western Avenue. More precisely, though, it is the portion of incorporated Los Angeles between the Santa Monica city limits on the west, Wilshire Boulevard on the north, Century City to the east and extending just beyond National Boulevard on the south. Sections of West L.A. run the gamut from stylish Cheviot Hills to a cluster of generic homes east of Bundy Drive.[4] That report on the meaning of West Los Angeles also included Rancho Park and the Westdale Trousdale area near National Boulevard and Barrington Avenue.[4] This definition is similar to the one used by Frommer's.[5] The 2004 City of Los Angeles & Communities map by the Los Angeles Almanac shows West Los Angeles as the neighborhood south of Santa Monica Boulevard and north of Culver City and the neighborhood of Palms. Century City, Rancho Park, and Cheviot Hills are shown (without boundaries) as sub-neighborhoods within the West Los Angeles neighborhood. Excluded from the neighborhood is the area west of the I-405, shown as Sawtelle.[6]

Demographics[edit] For the area west of the 405 freeway, Mapping L.A. gives the population of the 2.69 -square-mile "Sawtelle" neighborhood as 35,844 according to the 2000 U.S. census, with a rise to 38,698 in 2008 as estimated by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. Its density of 13,319 people per square mile, about was average for the city of Los Angeles but among the highest densities for the county. The percentage of Asian people is high for the county and the area is highly diverse compared to both City of Los Angeles and County of Los Angeles averages. Mexico (29.0%) and Iran (13.8%) are the most common foreign places of birth. Notably, 49.8% of residents 25 and older have a four-year degree, which is high for the city of Los Angeles and high for the county. The percentages of never married males and never married females are among the county's highest.[7] For the area east of the 405 freeway, Mapping L.A. gives the population of the 1.05-square-mile neighborhood as 12,659 according to the 2000 U.S. census, with a rise to 13,582 in 2008 as estimated by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. Its density of 12,061 people was about average for the city of Los Angeles. It had an especially high percentage of white people compared with the county at large, 76.7%, and the neighborhood was not especially diverse for the county. Others ethnicities were Asian, 11.4%; Latino, 5.3%; black, 2.3%, and other, 4.1%.[2] The median household income in east Mapping L.A. area was $86,403 in 2008 dollars, which was considered high for both the city and the county. The percentage of households earning $125,000 and up was high for the county. Median age of residents was 38, old compared with other locality in the city and the county. The average household size was 1.9, low for both the city and the county. 51% of residents rented their living quarters, and 49% owned them. The percentage of widowed men and women was among the county's highest. Iranian and Russian were the most common ancestries.[2] The east Mapping L.A. area was highly educated, with 60.4% of residents 25 and older holding a four-year degree, a higher ratio than found in the rest of the city or the county.[2]

Enclaves[edit] Neighborhoods within the West Los Angeles region include: Beverlywood Castle Heights Century City Cheviot Hills Crestview Faircrest Heights La Cienega Heights Reynier Village Pico-Robertson Carthay Square Little Ethiopia Picfair Village South Carthay Wilshire Vista Rancho Park

Government and infrastructure[edit] The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services SPA 5 West Area Health Office serves West Los Angeles.[8] Emergency services[edit] Los Angeles Police Department operates the West Los Angeles Community Police Station at 1663 Butler Avenue. Los Angeles Fire Department Station 59 at 11505 W. Olympic Boulevard serves the area.[9]

Education[edit] University High School Daniel Webster Middle School Primary and secondary schools[edit] Public schools[edit] West Los Angeles is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District.[10] Neighborhood elementary schools are Brockton Avenue, Canfield Elementary School, Castle Heights Elementary School, Charnock Road Elementary School, Cheviot Hills Continuation School, Clover Avenue Elementary School, Crescent Heights Boulevard Elementary School, Nora Sterry Elementary School, Overland Elementary School, Shenandoah Street Elementary School and Warner Avenue. Middle schools are Emerson, Palms, and Webster. High schools are Hamilton High School, Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies, University High School and Indian Springs Continuation, both on the same site. Private schools[edit] YULA Boys High School, Yeshivat Ohr Chanoch Boys High School, Yeshiva of Los Angeles Girls High School, Vista School, Temple Issiah Preschool and Kindergarten, Saint Sebastian School, St. Mary Magdalen Elementary School, Rabbi Jacob Pressman Academy, Lycee Francais de Los Angeles, Bais Chaya Mushka Chabad, West Los Angeles Baptist School and First Lutheran School of Venice are nearby private schools. Pacific States University in the Harvard Heights area is a graduate and undergraduate college. Public libraries[edit] The Los Angeles Public Library operates the West Los Angeles Regional Library.[11]

Parks and recreation[edit] The Stoner Recreation Center is situated in the area. The center includes a waterpark, barbecue pits, a lighted baseball diamond, lighted outdoor basketball courts, a children's play area, a lighted football field, an indoor gymnasium without weights and a capacity of 300 people, picnic tables, a lighted soccer field, lighted tennis courts, and lighted volleyball courts. The Annual Cherry Blossom Festival, co-sponsored by the West Los Angeles Japanese American Community Center, is held at the park.[12] Other parks and recreations in the area are Cheviot Hills Park, Rancho Park Golf Course and Reynier Park. Sawtelle Boulevard has become one of the most prominent food streets in the city[13] and the entire 90025 zip code, encompassing both sides of the 405 freeway, is undergoing more teardowns of old residences than anywhere other in the city.[citation needed]

Media[edit] Fox Broadcasting Company maintains studio operations on South Bundy Drive for local stations KTTV and KCOP-TV, as well as national Fox Sports programming. West Los Angeles is also home to The Village recording studio, which has been used for musical projects including albums, motion picture and television soundtracks, and radio programming.

Notable people[edit] Juliet Landau, actress Mitchell Schwartz, NFL football player David Avadon, illusionist[14] Pat Doyle, baseball coach Juliet Landau, actress[15] Geoff Schwartz, NFL football player[16] Mitchell Schwartz, NFL football player[16]

Videos[edit] FREE Things To Do In West LA on YouTube

References[edit] ^ Automobile Club of Southern California, map, Los Angeles Central and Western Area, copyright 2002-2013 ^ a b c d [1] Mapping L.A. ^ [2] ^ a b June Casagrande, "In the Vicinity of Everything in West L.A.," Los Angeles Times, January 19, 2003 ^ [3] ^ [4] ^ "Sawtelle". Mapping L.A. Retrieved 2016-09-01.  ^ "About Us." Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. Retrieved on March 18, 2010. ^ LAPD West LA Station ^ West LA neighborhood Council Schools ^ "West Los Angeles Regional Library." Los Angeles Public Library. Retrieved on March 19, 2010. ^ "Stoner Recreation Center." City of Los Angeles. Retrieved on March 19, 2010. ^ Okazaki, Manami (November 4, 2017), "Sawtelle Japantown: A return to one's roots?", The Japan Times  ^ Valerie J. Nelson (2009-09-04). "David Avadon dies at 60; illusionist specialized in picking pockets". Los Angeles Times.  ^ Good housekeeping - Google Books. 2007-07-27.  ^ a b Rebecca Meiser (June 18, 2012). "Friday Night Lights: Geoff and Mitchell Schwartz are the First Jewish Brothers in the NFL Since 1923". Tablet Magazine.  Greater Los Angeles portal Wikivoyage has a travel guide for West Los Angeles. v t e Westside region, Los Angeles Districts and neighborhoods Bel Air Benedict Canyon Beverly Crest Beverly Glen Beverly Hills Post Office Beverlywood Brentwood Brentwood Circle Brentwood Glen Century City Cheviot Hills Crestview Del Rey East Gate Bel Air Holmby Hills Kenter Canyon La Cienega Heights Mandeville Canyon Marina del Rey Marina Peninsula Mar Vista Palisades Highlands Pacific Palisades Palms Playa del Rey Playa Vista Rancho Park Reynier Village Rustic Canyon Sawtelle South Robertson Venice West Los Angeles Westchester Westdale Westside Village Westwood Wilshire Vista Points of interest Getty Center LAX Loyola Marymount University Sunset Strip UCLA Neighboring cities and communities Beverly Hills Culver City Ladera Heights Malibu Marina del Rey Santa Monica West Hollywood LA Regions Crescenta Valley Downtown Eastside Harbor Area Greater Hollywood Northeast LA Northwest LA San Fernando Valley South LA Westside Wilshire Mid-City West Mid-Wilshire v t e City of Los Angeles Topics History Timeline Transportation Culture Landmarks Historic sites Skyscrapers Demographics Crime Sports Media Music Notable people Lists Government Flag Mayors City Council (President) Other elected officials Airport DWP Fire Department Police Public schools Libraries Port Transportation LA Regions Crescenta Valley Downtown Eastside Harbor Area Greater Hollywood Northeast LA Northwest LA San Fernando Valley South LA Westside Wilshire Mid-City West Mid-Wilshire Retrieved from "" Categories: West Los AngelesNeighborhoods in Los AngelesWestside (Los Angeles County)Hidden categories: Use mdy dates from August 2013All articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from September 2016

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