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Van Nuys - Photo

Van Nuys

Lake Balboa - Photo

Lake Balboa

Van Nuys Airport - Photo

Van Nuys Airport


As the most populous neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley, Van Nuys is known for its rich culture and urban environment. The city is within walking distance of several restaurants, cafes, parks, museums, and schools and is surrounded by attractions like Lake Balboa, the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve, and Woodley Park. It is conveniently located near many major highways, including the 405 San Diego Freeway, making traveling to and from the city a breeze. The Van Nuys Airport is admired as one of the busiest non-commercial airports in California.


  • Population of approximately 102,000

  • Neighboring Communities: Lake Balboa, North Hills, Northridge, Panorama City, Sepulveda Basin, Sherman Oaks, Sun Valley and Valley Glen.

  • 21 miles from LAX

  • 14 miles from Rodeo Drive

Japanese Gardens - Photo

Japanese Gardens

Anthony C. Beilenson Park  - Photo

Anthony C. Beilenson

Information from Los Angeles Times

“Van Nuys Profile.” Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Times,

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