The San Fernando Valley (locally known as "The Valley") is an urbanized valley located in the Los Angeles
metropolitan area of southern California, defined by the dramatic mountains of the Transverse Ranges circling it. Home to 1.76 million people, it lies north of the larger and more populous Los Angeles Basin. The San Fernando Valley is about 260 square miles.
Life in the San Fernando Valley is an exquisite adventure. Perhaps this is because our "Valley of the Stars" has so much to offer. We can revel in safe neighborhoods that favor the traditional values the early ranchers and farmers brought with them. Nights are always exciting, too, with world-class clubs, concerts, movie theatres and playhouses to choose from. Well-kept and regulated parks and recreation areas abound, and a remarkable freeway system makes it simple to take quick jaunts to cool beaches, majestic mountains and sun-baked deserts. And, yes, there's also our enviable climate that residents of New York, Chicago and just about every other metropolis can only dream of.
Los Angeles major shopping centers such as Sherman Oaks Galleria, Northridge Fashion Square, Glendale Galleria, and more.
Los Angeles Studio Tours, Kodak Theatre, Disneyland, Los Angeles Zoo, Santa Monica Pier Studio City and more.
Los Angeles grocery stores, pharmacies, dry cleaners, pre-schools, middle schools, high school, universities and colleges and more.