Woodland Hills-Warner Center sits in the San Fernando Valley.

Woodland Hills-Warner Center is a neighborhood on the far northwest side of Los Angeles. Major streets in the area include Ventura Freeway and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. There are bus stops in the area, but most Woodland Hills-Warner Center residents drive to travel around the city. It takes about 40 minutes to get to the city center. 

Woodland Hills-Warner Center sits in the San Fernando Valley and has a great view and gorgeous year-round weather. Residents can enjoy these perks by hiking through the hills or jogging in a park. You'll also find plenty of bike paths. The further south you travel, the more mountainous the terrain becomes. When you reach the top of a mountain, you can look down into the valley to see Woodland Hills-Warner Center in its entirety. 

The Westfield Shopping Mall Promenade is Woodland Hills-Warner Center's most popular mall. This outdoor strip mall features chain cafes, restaurants, clothing stores, bookshops and courtyards for lounging in the sun. For a more local shopping experience, take a walk down Ventura Boulevard. You'll find mom-and-pop diners and homestyle Italian restaurants.

Spend your weekends enjoying Woodland Hills-Warner Center's night life. You can choose from bars, restaurants, karaoke spots and more. 

The neighborhood is full of schools, including several charter programs, making Woodland Hills-Warner Center a great place for families.