Welcome to The Times’ neighborhood map of Los Angeles County. This regional view is your portal to individual maps and statistics for 158 cities and unincorporated places and 114 neighborhoods within the city of Los Angeles. In addition, there are maps of 42 unincorporated areas that we have collapsed inside of adjacent cities.
The maps cover the 4,000 square miles of Los Angeles County — by far the most populous county in the nation — from the high desert to the coast. In 2009, there were an estimated 9.8 million residents, up from 9.5 million counted in the 2000 U.S. census, the basis for The Times’ demographic analysis for each neighborhood and region.
Click on a region to see the neighborhoods within it. Then click on any one to see a more detailed map with information about schools, income, demographics and news from that area. Or just select a neighborhood from the search box to the left.
Mapping L.A. began in 2009 with publication of The Times’ map of 87 neighborhoods in the city of Los Angeles, redrawn with the help of readers who agreed or disagreed with our initial boundaries.
But readers didn’t just comment on the boundaries; hundreds sent notes — short essays, really — on the places they live. They were informative, humorous, thought-provoking and often eloquent. Now we expand that conversation to the entire county. Please use these pages to tell us more about the places you live.