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    North Hills

    North Hills is a district in the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles, California.

    North Hills is one of the oldest communities in the San Fernando Valley, and was formerly known as Sepulveda. It was renamed North Hills 1992. Northridge is to the west, Panorama City is to the east, Van Nuys is to the south, and Granada Hills to the north. The 405 Freeway (San Diego Freeway) runs through North Hills. Major thoroughfares include Lassen, Plummer, and Nordhoff streets, Hayvenhurst, Woodley, and Haskell avenues, and Roscoe and Sepulveda boulevards. North Hills is roughly bounded by Balboa Boulevard to the west, Lassen Street to the north, Sepulveda Boulevard on the east, and Roscoe Boulevard to the south.

    The Sepulveda family, for whom the district was originally named, has roots  dating back to the founding of Los Angeles. Sepulveda Boulevard begins at the north end of the San Fernando Valley and extends all the way south to Long Beach, running through most of the populated section of Los Angeles County.

    Panorama City

    Panorama City is a district in the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles, California. It is known as the San Fernando Valley’s first planned community.

    Panorama City was developed as a planned community by industrialist Henry J. Kaiser. Contrary to popular perceptions of the development of the central and western San Fernando Valley as solely being a bedroom community for jobs in downtown Los Angeles and Burbank, Panorama City originally included General Motors’ largest assembly plant to date, as well as a Schlitz brewery that eventually came under the ownership of Anheuser-Busch.

    Sylmar

    Sylmar is a district in the San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles, California. The northernmost neighborhood in the city, Sylmar is located east of Interstate 5 and north of the city of San Fernando. Sylmar was once the site of the world’s second largest olive grove, which gave it its name, meaning “sea of trees.”
    The current population of Sylmar is 81,970. Sylmar is located just north of Burbank and West Hollywood.

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