Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Sherman Oaks Population: 61, 698

By Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council District Counts:

Area 1: 10,664
Area 2: 9,400
Area 3: 8,143
Area 4: 7,562
Area 5: 9,276
Area 6: 9,730
Area 7: 6,923

TOTAL: 61,698

That Said...
(this is in response to a few Google searches that have led people to this blog)

Sherman Oaks is not a city. It does not have city limits. Nor a city hall or a mayor. It is a neighborhood in the City of Los Angeles. It has an official City of Los Angeles Neighborhood Council with elected volunteer community members.

Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council: www.ShermanOaksNC.org


Anonymous said...

I don't know if you noticed but area #1 with a population of 10,664 has
3,741 more persons than area #7 with a population of 6,923. According to the VBCN (Ventura Boulevard City Nerd) who also informs me that area #7 is approximately 2 1/2 times as large as area #1.

Motoholic said...

That makes sense - the areas north of Ventura Blvd. (1 through 5) are predominantly apartment buildings and condos, whereas areas south of the Boulevard (6 & 7) are mostly single-family homes.