Top 11 Neighborhood Amenities in Valley Village, Los Angeles, California
Geography: Valley Village is located in southern-most part of Los Angeles' beautiful San Fernando Valley. We are a small community east of the Tujunga Wash, north of the Ventura (101) Freeway, west of the Hollywood (170) Freeway and south of Burbank Boulevard. We are close to everything a family could want (libraries, shopping, parks, schools, churches, restaurants, and a theater arts district). Valley Village is home to 22,000 residents. Quaint, quiet, with tree-lined streets, it is off the beaten paths of our larger, sister communities. We encourage all residents to join the Valley Village HOA. Valley Village is a 2.09-square-mile city that lies centrally located to all attractions throughout the Los Angeles area. Education: Students of the neighborhood attend schools that are within the LAUSD. Elementary schools are Colfax, Burbank (Valley Village) and Riverside Elementary School (in Sherman Oaks). Middle schools include Walter Reed and Millikan Middle School. High School students attend either North Hollywood High School or Grant High School. Oakwood School is a private school in Valley Village. Recreation: Valley Village Park, as well as the North Hollywood Recreation Center serve the area of Valley Village. The recreation center has an auditorium, lighted indoor baseball diamond courts, lighted outdoor baseball diamonds, lighted outdoor basketball courts, a children's play area, lighted handball courts, picnic tables, an outdoor unheated seasonal pool, and lighted tennis courts. In addition, the center has an indoor gymnasium, which can be used as a second auditorium and a community room; the gymnasium's capacity is 250 people. Dining: Fine, Casual, Mom & Pop’s style dining within minutes of your new home! Entertainment: Universal Studios, Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood Bowl, Wax Museum, The Getty Museum, too many to list. Valley Village Homeowner Assoc. continues to work hard to make this a better place to live where neighbors know and care about each other. VVHA gained a powerful ally in Neighborhood Council Valley Village as a champion for quality of life issues. Development plans are routinely required to be presented to the neighborhood council for review and amended if warranted. The two organizations work closely for the betterment of life for the stakeholders of our community. NCVV, along with the community at large, is indebted to the VVHA for its pioneering efforts to insure Valley Village remains a great place to live.