Granada Hills-Neighborhood Boundary Map
Granada Hills is a district in the San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles, California.
It is located just north of the North Hills and Northridge districts, west of the Mission Hills and Sylmar districts, and just east of the Porter Ranch district. It is accessible by the Ronald Reagan (SR 118), San Diego (Interstate 405), and Golden State (Interstate 5) Freeways. Major thoroughfares include Balboa Boulevard, Woodley, Hayvenhurst, and Haskell Avenues, as well as Rinaldi Street, San Fernando Mission Boulevard, Chatsworth Street, and Devonshire Street.
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Neighborhood Boundary Maps
Community Boundaries: Within the City of Los Angeles there are many communities such as Sherman Oaks, Woodland Hills, Valley Village, Valley Glen, etc. The Los Angeles City Council is the governmental entity that approves the actual boundaries of these neighborhoods. The official boundaries of each of these communities are delineated in the official maps approved by the LA City Council. These maps can be found on the LA City Council website. Buyer and Seller are advised not to rely on the US Postal Service or LA County Assessor’s information to determine the actual boundaries of any particular community as these records are not always accurate. Buyer and Seller are advised to check the official LA City Council maps to determine the actual boundaries of the various communities. SRAR has also provided the following interactive maps, based on the official City Council maps, for your convenience.