Valley Village is a district in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California. The median age of its population, at 36, is “old for the city of Los Angeles.” and its average household size of two people is low, compared to other parts of the city.
The community of Valley Village was formed in 1939. It was originally part of North Hollywood, but local people sought a separate identity as part of a precedent that swept through the San Fernando Valley since the 1980s.Unlike many communities that changed their names during this period, Valley Village had historical precedent for its name in that the original 1939 articles of incorporation cited the name and inspired the Valley Village post office on Magnolia Boulevard. Valley Village was officially recognized as a separate community by the Los Angeles City Council in 1991.
As of 2008, there were a reported 25,665 people. 66.7% White, 18.9% Hispanic/Latino, 5.5% Black, 4.4% Asian, and 4.4% of Any other race.
The Los Angeles Times’s “Mapping L.A.” project supplied these Valley Village neighborhood statistics. As of 2008, population: 25,665; median household income: $55,470.
The percentages of divorced men and women, divorced women and widowed women are among the county’s highs. The percentage of white people, at 66.7%, is high for the county. Other ethnicities are Latino, 18.9%; black, 5.5%; Asian, 4.4%; and other, 4.4%.
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