About the San Fernando Valley
About The San Fernando Valley
The San Fernando Valley is about 260 square miles situated between the Santa Susana Mountains to the northwest, the Simi Hills to the west, the Santa Monica Mountains and Chalk Hills to the south, the Verdugo Mountains to the east, and the San Gabriel Mountains to the northeast. The Valley is a vibrant, urbanized place, home to 1.8 million people, and lies north of the Los Angeles Basin. Located in Los Angeles County, Calif., nearly two thirds of the Valley's land area is part of the city of Los Angeles. Other incorporated cities in the Valley are Glendale, Burbank, San Fernando, Hidden Hills, and Calabasas.
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Below, you will find a list of resources around the San Fernando Valley to help learn more about the people and places of the 29th Congressional District, as well as an Interactive Map that shows the district, as well as the surrounding areas.
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- The State of California Home Page
- City of Los Angeles
- Los Angeles County Online
- Covered California (health insurance signup)
- California Department of Transportation
- Los Angeles Department of Transportation (offers info on public transit in City of LA)
- Los Angeles Unified School District
- Metropolitan Transportation Authority
- Arleta Neighborhood Council
- Department of Neighborhood Empowerment
- Granada Hills North
- Granada Hills South
- Lake Balboa
- Los Angeles Citywide Alliance of Neighborhood Councils
- Mid-Town North Hollywood Neighborhood Council
- Mission Hills
- North Hills East
- North Hills West
- North Hollywood North East Neighborhood Council
- North Hollywood West Neighborhood Council
- Pacoima Neighborhood Council
- Panorama City Neighborhood Council
- Sun Valley
- Sylmar Neighborhood Council
- Valley Glen
- Valley Village
- Van Nuys Neighborhood Council
- Angeles National Forest (United States Forest Service)
- Santa Monica Mountains (National Park Service)
- Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area
- Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
- Sepulveda Basin
- Tujunga Watershed Council & Stakeholders