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Woodland Hills

Woodland Hills is a community in the southwestern region of the San Fernando Valley located east of Calabasas and Hidden Hills, west of Tarzana, south of West Hills, Canoga Park and Winnetka and north of the Santa Monica Mountains. Originally known as Girard, after the developer who founded it, Woodland Hills was renamed in the early 1940’s. The Girard Golf Course, completed in 1925, continues to operate today as the
Woodland Hills Country Club.

Within the San Fernando Valley, Woodland Hills generally experiences some of the more extreme temperature changes season to season – having the hottest summers and the coolest winters. It is also one of the least dense neighborhoods in Los Angeles.

Some popular residential areas include the gated community of Westchester County, Vista de Oro and the Artist Colony south of the Blvd. plus Walnut Acres, Carlton Terrace, Woodland West and Valley Circle Estates north of the Blvd. Warner Center is home to many corporate headquarters, multi-residential complexes and a burgeoning shopping mecca with several new as well as established malls. Woodland Hills is also home to Pierce College and highly rated public and private schools – including El Camino Real High School, Hale Charter Middle School and Woodland Hills Elementary School plus Chaminade College Preparatory High School, Crespi Carmelite High School
and St. Mel’s Pre-School Through 8th Grade School.

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