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The San Fernando Valley

Population

  • 1,435,854 population in 2000, according to the U.S. Census
  • 224.56 square miles, divided into 34 neighborhoods
  • 6,394 people per square mile. The most dense neighborhood is Panorama City, and the least dense neighborhood is Shadow Hills.

Ethnicity

Ethnicity

Income

Household income in thousands of 2000 dollars

Education

Education level
  • 26.3% of residents 25 and older have a four-year degree. The neighborhood with the highest rate is Porter Ranch, and the neighborhood with the lowest rate is Pacoima.

Age

Age
  • The neighborhood with oldest population is Encino, and the neighborhood with the youngest population is Pacoima.

Housing

Occupied housing units
  • 49.1% of households are renters. The neighborhood with the highest rental rate is North Hollywood, and the neighborhood with the lowest rental rate is Porter Ranch.

The San Fernando Valley

is a region of Los Angeles County containing 34 neighborhoods.
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About This Project
The San Fernando Valley is one of the 16 regions in Mapping L.A., the Los Angeles Times’ resource for crime, neighborhoods, demographics and schools in Los Angeles County.
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