City of West Los Angeles

West Los Angeles (often referred to as West L.A.) is a subregion in Los Angeles, within a larger region known as the “Westside.” The district’s general boundaries are the Santa Monica Freeway (I-10) on the south, and the borders with the neighborhoods of Century City (Century Park West) and Rancho Park on the west. The northern border of the portion of West L.A. that is east of the I-405 is Santa Monica Boulevard (north of which is Westwood). This part of the neighborhood is represented by the Westside Neighborhood Council, which it shares with Century City, Cheviot Hills, and Rancho Park. The northern border of the portion of West L.A. that is west of the I-405 is Wilshire Boulevard (north of which is Brentwood). The western border of the district is the city limits of Santa Monica. This part of West L.A. is represented by the West Los Angeles Neighborhood Council, and is also called Sawtelle.

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