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Best Places To Live Near Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA

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  • Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA
  • Your matching location
  • Population: 45,798
Nearby Areas With A High Livability Score86
  • Manhattan Beach, CA
  • City: 22.2mi / 35.7km away
  • Population: 35,573
  • After living in and around Manhattan Beach for nearly a decade, I think that this beach city is filled with great things to do at all times of the year. The neighborhood features great restaurants and…[read more]
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  • Marina del Rey, CA
  • City: 15.3mi / 24.7km away
  • Population: 9,782
  • I live near there and visit someone there a lot. It’s cool but small lol. A a a a a a a a a…[read more]
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  • Agoura Hills, CA
  • City: 8.8mi / 14.1km away
  • Population: 20,689
  • I personally live in Agoura Hills. The crime is worse than it says, the crime apparently is an A, I say it should be a B or worse. My school has fights, there's a serious drug problem there too. People…[read more]
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  • Westlake Village, CA
  • City: 11.9mi / 19.2km away
  • Population: 8,443
  • My family moved to Westlake a couple years ago, and some of my extended family a few years prior to that. Having come from Santa Clarita (about 35 minutes northeast) this was a major improvement in…[read more]
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  • Ladera Heights, CA
  • City: 17.4mi / 28.1km away
  • Population: 7,195
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  • Oak Park, CA
  • City: 9.1mi / 14.7km away
  • Population: 14,885
  • I call Oak Park, California Home and this place is absolutely wonderful. Living in Oak Park, California means that we can easily commute into Los Angeles if we need to, but this local community actually…[read more]
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  • Bel Air, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 9.5mi / 15.4km away
  • Population: 8,746
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  • Hidden Hills, CA
  • City: 2.9mi / 4.7km away
  • Population: 1,573
  • This is not a horse "friendly" community. Hidden Hills tries to sell itself on being an equestrian community to keep the property values up, but only a few horse people are left and they won't be here…[read more]
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  • Thousand Oaks, CA
  • City: 13.0mi / 20.9km away
  • Population: 128,623
  • I have lived in the Oak Park/Westlake/Thousand Oaks area for 30 years. I agree that the cost of living is an F, it’s ridiculous. Like anywhere else in California, you pay steep fines for using too much…[read more]
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  • Beverly Hills, CA
  • City: 13.1mi / 21.0km away
  • Population: 34,627
  • My home is Beverly Hills, CA, and I am overjoyed to live here. Yes, it is an enclave of the rich and famous, but it also has many great neighborhoods as well. My favorite place is Beverly Hills Park, a…[read more]
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  • Stevenson Ranch, CA
  • City: 16.0mi / 25.7km away
  • Population: 19,737
  • Stevenson Ranch is one of the best places I’ve had the pleasure of living in. Located near the Santa Clarita Valley, Stevenson Ranch has loads of wonderful hiking and outdoor activities. After a long day…[read more]
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  • Santa Clarita, CA
  • City: 16.6mi / 26.8km away
  • Population: 180,303
  • Santa Clarita is nice, but it is way over crouded, far to many people, to many cars and not enough streets, very boring place to live, the teens have nothing to do, they get into the drug scene because…[read more]
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  • El Miradero, Glendale, CA
  • Neighborhood: 18.7mi / 30.1km away
  • Population: 3,627
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  • El Segundo, CA
  • City: 20.5mi / 32.9km away
  • Population: 16,901
  • I have lived near El Segundo for my entire life and know all the things that a tourist or new resident would want to know about the city. El Segundo is right next to the Los Angeles Airport and there…[read more]
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  • Westwood, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 11.6mi / 18.7km away
  • Population: 55,285
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  • Moorpark, CA
  • City: 17.6mi / 28.3km away
  • Population: 35,594
  • I have experienced life in and around the city of Moorpark in Southern California for several years. Moorpark is relatively isolated from some of the denser regions of the south bay in California, there…[read more]
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  • Malibu, CA
  • City: 12.9mi / 20.7km away
  • Population: 12,853
  • Malibu is a beautiful city, located in western Los Angeles County. It is one of the most beautiful city I've lived in. The beaches are the most popular known facts about Malibu. There are several schools…[read more]
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  • West Hills, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 3.8mi / 6.1km away
  • Population: 31,007
  • In West Hills, you are close to all of your shopping and service needs. It's usually pretty quiet except on Fourth of July night. Mail and package theft is a problem. The average summer temperature is…[read more]
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  • Topanga, CA
  • City: 4.2mi / 6.7km away
  • Population: 7,858
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  • Toluca Lake, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 14.7mi / 23.7km away
  • Population: 3,727
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  • Encino, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 5.9mi / 9.5km away
  • Population: 56,158
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  • Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 3.1mi / 5.0km away
  • Population: 20,130
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  • Calabasas, CA
  • City: 3.7mi / 6.0km away
  • Population: 24,091
  • I lived here for ten years, mostly in the '90s. It had a little bit of a rural feel. Now it is overdeveloped and crowded. There is shopping but I dare you to find a parking spot. I would give the…[read more]
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  • Beverly Glen, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 12.5mi / 20.0km away
  • Population: 52,653
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  • Brentwood, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 8.4mi / 13.5km away
  • Population: 23,965
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  • Studio City, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 8.9mi / 14.4km away
  • Population: 48,533
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  • West Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 13.7mi / 22.0km away
  • Population: 42,797
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  • West Hollywood, CA
  • City: 14.5mi / 23.3km away
  • Population: 35,661
  • I've lived in a few different cities in southern California and West Hollywood certainly places near the top of the list. It's close enough to both the ocean and downtown LA that you can easily enjoy…[read more]
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  • Burbank, CA
  • City: 16.4mi / 26.4km away
  • Population: 104,583
  • I'm not sure anyone can really rank all aspects of a city, so as a disclaimer I am a retiree who does not go to nightclubs, have children in school, or walk a dog. Having acknowledged some blind spots,…[read more]
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  • Glenwood, Glendale, CA
  • Neighborhood: 19.3mi / 31.1km away
  • Population: 9,401
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  • Sunland, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 19.2mi / 30.9km away
  • Population: 19,165
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  • Los Feliz, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 18.8mi / 30.2km away
  • Population: 32,513
  • I'm a current visitor of Los Feliz, Los Angeles. I walk all the way to Los Feliz from Glendale, CA; of which people would think that it's a crazy idea but its a good amount of walking and workout to stay…[read more]
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  • Simi Valley, CA
  • City: 10.9mi / 17.6km away
  • Population: 126,126
  • I've lived in Simi Valley for 20 years and moved here from the midwest after college. If you're looking for nightlife, high end shopping or anything trendy/high fashion, look elsewhere. Simi Valley is…[read more]
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  • Santa Rosa Valley, CA
  • City: 17.8mi / 28.6km away
  • Population: 3,601
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  • Riverside Rancho, Glendale, CA
  • Neighborhood: 17.8mi / 28.7km away
  • Population: 4,108
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  • North Torrance, Torrance, CA
  • Neighborhood: 25.3mi / 40.7km away
  • Population: 34,684
  • North Torrance is a simple middle class Southern California neighborhood that was very typical all over the region in the 50’s -70’s, with nicely maintained simple homes, basic shopping, schools,…[read more]
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  • Culver City, CA
  • City: 16.1mi / 25.9km away
  • Population: 39,395
  • I enjoyed living in Culver City, there are many positives to living in this area of California. There are great recreational areas, such as biking routes that go on for several miles. There are also…[read more]
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  • Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 12.8mi / 20.6km away
  • Population: 48,263
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  • Westside, CA
  • City: 12.0mi / 19.3km away
  • Population: 269
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  • View Park-Windsor Hills, CA
  • City: 18.8mi / 30.2km away
  • Population: 11,640
  • View Park-Windsor Hills is a city within Los Angeles County that houses about 10,200 residents. It's one of the most wealthiest cities in LA and the city proves this with its upscale layout and…[read more]
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  • Sawtelle, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 11.9mi / 19.2km away
  • Population: 44,552
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  • Portar Ranch, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 9.5mi / 15.3km away
  • Population: 22,688
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  • Glendale, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 17.4mi / 28.0km away
  • Population: 1,744
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  • Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 6.3mi / 10.2km away
  • Population: 41,309
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  • Playa Del Ray, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 16.6mi / 26.8km away
  • Population: 16,056
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  • Century City, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 13.2mi / 21.3km away
  • Population: 5,574
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  • Mar Vista, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 14.1mi / 22.7km away
  • Population: 42,620
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  • Santa Monica, CA
  • City: 11.8mi / 19.0km away
  • Population: 92,247
  • After george floyd’s desth in minneapolis mn i have come to the conclusion ur people are a bunch of cunts for stealing shit in A clothing store dude youre a joke. Why the fuck are you LETTING EM LOOT…[read more]
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  • Granada Hills, Los Angeles, CA
  • Neighborhood: 11.2mi / 18.1km away
  • Population: 43,697
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  • Grandview, Glendale, CA
  • Neighborhood: 18.4mi / 29.6km away
  • Population: 11,971

Listed above are the best places to live in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA for 2020. The list of best places is compiled using the AreaVibes Livability Score which is calculated from a score out of 100 and based on various categories. These categories include: amenities, cost of living, crime rates, education, employment, housing and weather. Displayed first is the matching location - Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA, followed by the best places to live near Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA, sorted by Livability Score.

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