A Guide to Search Results for "San Fernando Valley"
The search term "San Fernando Valley" is an unequivocal geographic reference to the San Fernando Valley, located primarily in the city and county of Los Angeles, California, north of downtown Los Angeles. The exact boundaries of the San Fernando Valley are somewhat vague, but it is well within the boundaries of Los Angeles County, and arguably contains five incorporated cities within the boundaries of Los Angeles County: Burbank, Glendale, San Fernando, Calabassas, and Los Angeles. Within the boundaries of the City of Los Angeles, there are 26 unincorporated communities in the valley: Universal City, Sylmar, Chatsworth, Granada Hills, Mission Hills, Pacoima, Lakeview Terrace, Sunland, Tujunga, Northridge, North Hills, Arleta, Sun Valley, West Hills, Canoga Park, Winnetka, Reseda, Van Nuys, North Hollywood, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Encino, Sherman Oaks, Valley Village, Studio City, and Toluca Lake. Additionally, the valley communities of Bell Canyon and Hidden Hills exist within the unincorporated fringe of Los Angeles County.
Are you looking for "San Fernando Valley" portals and Web directories?
Valley of the Stars
A comprehensive guide to the Valley and the communities that comprise the valley.
- Yahoo! Directory - San Fernando Valley
A comprehensive directory of annotated links.
- Wikipedia - San Fernando Valley
A freely licensed encyclopedia article.
- San Fernando Valley Guide
A guide to the San Fernando Valley via DiscoverLosangeles.com.
- MainTour.com - San Fernando Valley
An overview and review of various attractions, museums, theme parks, and entertainment venues.
- GoCityKids - San Fernando Valley/East
A city guide for parents seeking activities, events, and services for their children.
- Los Angeles Times - San Fernando Valley
Local version of the daily newspaper.
Are you looking for information about the history and culture of the "San Fernando Valley"?
- San Fernando Valley History Digital Library
An image database of historically significant documents, manuscripts, photographs, and related graphic materials from public and private collections in the San Fernando Valley.
- The San Fernando
Valley History Digital Project: a Collaborative Digital Project Between Local Historical
Societies and a University Library (pdf)
[PDF file] Abstract: The University Library at California State University, Northridge and thirty-one historical societies, members of the San Fernando Valley Heritage Network, collaborated to create a digital history of the Valley, providing access to materials otherwise difficult to access. This case study illustrates how a modest grant and a spirit of cooperation can produce a Web site that supports the educational goals of their community.
Are you looking for Web sites that cover the law, government, and political issues in the "San Fernando Valley"?
San Fernando Valley Bar Association
A local voluntary bar association, serving the Valley since 1926.
City of San Fernando
The official Web site of the oldest city in the San Fernando Valley, both named after Saint Ferdinand III, King of Spain in the 13th Century.
- City Journal Autumn 2001 - Adios San Fernando Valley
A somewhat dated article by Howard Husock narrating how the drive to break up Los Angeles into smaller cities was then gaining ground.
Commentary on the defects, fallacies and Constitutional damage of the "war on drunk driving".
- Los Angeles
Legal information from an 8-attorney Los Angeles law firm (Woodland Hills).
Are you looking for Web sites that cover environmental issues in the "San Fernando Valley"?
- San Fernando Valley Audobon Society
Local chapter, dedicated to nature education and conservation of wildlife.
- United States Environmental Protection Agency - San Fernando Valley
Area 2 (Glendale)
San Fernando Valley (Area 2) is an area of contaminated groundwater covering approximately 6,680 acres near the Crystal Springs Well Field in the Cities of Los Angeles and Glendale.
- United States Environmental Protection Agency - San Fernando Valley
Area 3 (Verdugo)
San Fernando Valley (Area 3) is part of the Verdugo Basin which is situated in the eastern portion of the San Fernando Valley Basin (SFV), and covers an area of about 4,400 acres.
- San Fernando Valley Greens
Local chapter for the Green Party of California.
Are you looking for Web sites covering gay and lesbian issues in the "San Fernando Valley"?
Local organization addressing the needs of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and the transgendered.
Are you looking for non-commercial organizations in the "San Fernando Valley"?
- National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors - Chapter 75
A non-profit, educational organization which was organized to assist NAWCC members in the study, repair, and collection of horological items.
- The San Fernando Valley NRA Members' Council
A group of gun owners working to preserve the Second Amendment to the Constitution.
San Fernando Bicycle Club
Providing opportunities for recreational bicycle rides.
- San Fernando Valley Amateur Radio Club
Providing education and exams for ham radio operators.
- The San Fernando Valley Genealogical Society
Organized in 1981, the Society exists to encourage genealogical research and interest in family history; help others gather genealogical information; and preserve historical and genealogical material.
- Valley Swing Dance Club
Meets every Wednesday night for West Coast Swing dancing in the San Fernando Valley with Sonny Watson, Deanna Mollmann and Jack Smith.
- Boxer Club of San Fernando Valley
An association of breeders and owners.
Are you looking for business and commerce Web sites in the "San Fernando Valley"?
- Economic Alliance of the San Fernando Valley
A private, non-profit economic development and marketing collaborative made up of private and public investors organized for the purpose of growing and sustaining the economic base of the San Fernando Valley, and improving the quality of life in our five-city region.
- Ventura County, San Fernando Valley & Santa Clarita Valley Real Estate
Find homes for sale in the San Fernando Valley and neighboring regions. Site sponsored by the National Association of REALTORS.
Are you looking for "San Fernando Valley" chapters of professional and trade associations?
- Society of Allied Weight Engineers - San Fernando Valley Chapter
Dedicated to promoting recognition of mass properties engineering as a specialized discipline in the entire spectrum of professional engineering.
- Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers - San Fernando Valley Section
Local chapter, promoting the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electro and information technologies and sciences for the benefit of humanity and the profession.
San Fernando Valley Dental Society
A component of the California Dental Association and the American Dental Association, encompassing an area from the Santa Monica Mountains on the south; as far west as portions of Westlake; east to the Los Angeles river and north to Palmdale and Lancaster. The Society has over 1,000 member dentists, with general and all specialties of dentistry represented.
Are you looking for libraries and museums in the "San Fernando Valley"?
- San Fernando Library
A library located in the City of San Fernando in the San Fernando Valley, part of a network of community-focused libraries in the Los Angeles area.
- Mid-Valley Regional Branch Library & Bookmobile Headquarters
Local branch of the Los Angeles Public Library.
- ArtScene - San Fernando Valley
Listings of local galleries and museums with contact and exhibit information, artist files, and critical reviews.
Are you looking for maps and views of the "San Fernando Valley"?
- Visible Earth - San Fernando Valley, California
A spaceborne radar image showing the San Fernando Valley with its dense network of streets and freeways in the center. Image available as a JPEG file (600w x 416h), 65 kb color (true), or as a PNG file (3894w x 2702h), 24.69 MB color (true).
- Los Angeles
Department of City Planning Long Range Land Use Diagram San Fernando Valley
A graphic depiction of the General Plan Framework.
Are you looking for information about transportation in the "San Fernando Valley"?
Transportation Authority - San Fernando Valley/Burbank/Glendale Routes
A comprehensive collection of bus and rail schedules and route maps.
- Photovault Aviation Museum - Van Nuys Airport (VNY)
Aerial photographs available for purchase and licensing.
Are you looking for information about the movie "San Fernando Valley"?
- Rotten Tomatoes - San Fernando Valley (1944)
A classic Western film starring Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Charles Smith, and John English.