Woodland Hills has a population of over 67,000 residents. The city offers all types of lifestyles, from acres+ gated homes to condominium buildings with amenities. Situated on both sides of the freeway, residents have quick access to the 101, and more affordable housing when compared to its surrounding cities of Calabasas and Hidden Hills.
Why People Want To Live Here
Woodland Hills real estate is typically a lower price per square foot when compared to other cities in Los Angeles county, while still providing strong schools and access to many amenities. With good proximity to Los Angeles, it offers a convenient Valley lifestyle to commuters and families.
Things To Do
Woodland Hills is home to popular Westfield malls: The Village and Westfield Topanga. The Village is an outdoor mall with upscale shopping and dining. The Westfield mall is an indoor mall with family activities, shopping, and a mix of high-end and common-day restaurants. The Woodland Hills Rec Center was recently remodeled in 2017, offering a clean playground for children and an array of classes for children and adults.
Jimmy’s Famous Tavern
Woodland Hills Elementary School
Calabash Charter Academy
Woodlake Elementary Charter School
Lockhurst Drive Elementary Charter
Serrania Avenue Charter For Enriched Studies
Calvert Charter For Enriched Studies
George Ellery Hale Charter Academy
Woodland Hills Charter Academy
El Camino Real Senior High School
William Howard Taft Senior High School