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From Rural Beauty to Small-Town Bustle

Situated along the north slope of the Santa Monica Mountains just south of the Sepulveda Basin, Encino is a quiet urban community tucked into the heart of lush natural beauty. With a bustling commercial area surrounded by walkable neighborhoods, as well as long winding roads rising into the hills and homes situated privately on spacious lots, Encino perfectly blends a thriving urban lifestyle with breathtaking rural living, giving it a much-loved small-town charm. From outstanding businesses to stunning views, this city-within-a-city truly has it all!

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Why Do Residents Choose Encino?


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Things to Do

Looking for some fun and enjoyment? There’s plenty to be found in Encino! Visit the Encino Velodrome, an outdoor bike racing track. Head to Ventura Boulevard, home to Encino Commons, “The Valley’s Miracle Mile”. With over 300 businesses, Encino Commons features everything from local ethnic restaurants to specialty grocery stores, and everything in between. Fast food, fine food, discount shopping, upscale boutiques, services, businesses, and so much more. And for those who want to truly experience the best of Encino, don’t miss out on the annual Taste of Encino, a showcase of the community’s best businesses and services, from local restaurants to arts and crafts.

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Parks & Recreation

Want to get outside and explore? There are so many ways to enjoy the great outdoors in Encino! Visit the Los Encinos State Historic Park, which features historic buildings such as the Ossa Adobe, the Garnier Building, and a blacksmith shop, as well as a museum, pond, and a stream. To the north of Encino, the Sepulveda Dam Recreation Area offers nearly endless possibilities for outdoor recreation. The area is home to miles of hiking and biking trails, a large lake for boating, fishing, and picnicking, an off-leash dog park, a community garden, two golf courses, grass cricket pitches, a Japanese garden, and numerous sporting fields and courts.

To the south and rising into the breathtaking Santa Monica Mountains, the Marvin Braude Mulholland Park and the Westridge-Canyon Wilderness Park each offer over 1,500 acres of beautiful undisturbed wilderness ideal for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Both parks connect with the 20,000-acre “Big Wild” urban wilderness park. You can also enjoy beautiful lawns, scenic picnics, and absolutely breathtaking city and mountain views.

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Local Businesses & Employment

Searching for a local job? Though many of LA’s largest employers are just a short drive away, Encino is actually home to many top employers and businesses. In fact, it boasts over 3,800 businesses that employ over 27,000 people! Its primary industries include healthcare, social services, and professional services (including accounting, real estate, financial planning, and legal services). It is also home to the Tarzana Regional Medical Center.

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Local Education

Encino public school students are served by Los Angeles Unified School District. Schools in the community include Hesby Oaks Leadership Charter School, Encino Charter Elementary, Emelita Street Elementary, Lull Special Education Center, and Lanai Road Elementary. There are no public high schools within the community, but students have the options of attending nearby schools, such as Birmingham Charter High, Reseda High, High Tech LA, or Independence Continuation.

Additionally, the community is home to numerous public schools, including Sage Academy, Westmark School, Crespi Carmelite High, Our Lady of Grace School, Los Encinos School, and Valley Beth Shalom Day School.


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Encino at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 44,581
Size: 9.5 sq mi
Zip Code: 91316
Median Home Value: $867,300

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Travel & Commute

Hollywood: 15 miles
Burbank: 15 miles
Downtown: 25 miles
Public Transit: Metrobus


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