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Community Profile

  • Community Profile

  • East SF is served by the LAPD, although City of San Fernando has their PD; While the whole area is served by LAFD.

  • According to redrawca.org the ethnicity breakdown is: Latino 66.37%, White 21.0%, Asian 7.1%, Black 3.66%

  • The average income is $54,916, and the average number of people per household is 3.5.

  • The neighborhoods are economically, and socially compatible, contiguous, and very similar. They are working class communities.

  • Japanese community center located in Arleta, with several retirement villages.

  • The areas share a common watershed, environmental concerns, similar poverty rates, and educational level.



The areas share a common history of being one of the first established areas in Los Angeles County with the founding of the San Fernando Mission, and Rancho Maclay.

  • The areas share a common history of being one of the first established areas in Los Angeles County with the founding of the San Fernando Mission, and Rancho Maclay.

  • The communities come together to celebrate the 4th of July Celebration, and the CA State Fair at Hansen Dam Recreation.

  • Students attend the Los Angeles Unified School District Schools.

  • Similar issues with unemployment and the loss of blue collar jobs due to the closing of several manufacturing business. Ex. GM, & Pfister-Black and Decker.

  • COI include: Historically African American Neighborhoods in Lake View Terrance and Pacoima, Japanese Community in Arleta, Filipino community in Panorama City, small Salvadorean community in Arleta, Buddist community in Panorama City. Large Spanish language speaking community.



Proposed CD 28 map conforms close to the population requirement with 702,196, with a deviation of -0.10% of the ideal population.(redrawca.org)

  • Proposed CD 28 map conforms close to the population requirement with 702,196, with a deviation of -0.10% of the ideal population.(redrawca.org)

  • The proposed CD 28 map conforms with the Section 2 requirement of achieving a minority-majority district. We encourage the commission to adhere to the Voting rights Act.

  • Contiguous & Compact

  • Maintains local government boundaries.

  • Maintains neighborhoods together.

  • Keeps Communities of interest together.

  • The pieces fit together.



10 years ago, area was gerrymandered combining affluent areas characterized by well established business interests with economically depressed areas

  • 10 years ago, area was gerrymandered combining affluent areas characterized by well established business interests with economically depressed areas

  • Include Canoga Park, Winnetka, Lake Balboa, Reseda, North Hills east of the 405, Van Nuys, Valley Glen, North Hollywood. Granada Hills.

  • Characterized as working class, low levels of home ownership, public schools face major challenges, residents highly dependent on bus transportation, public schools face major challenges, significant immigrant population

  • Low income--e.g Canoga Park, $51, 606

    • Van Nuys, $41, 134. Compared to West Hills,
    • $103, 008 Encino $78,529
  • Do not include West Hills, Tarzana, Woodland Hills, Northridge



  • AD 39th

  • - AD 39 is a VRA District.

  • - Should included all of Sylmar, this community of interest was divided in the last drawing of the districts.

  • Senate District 20

  • Includes the following communities: Canoga Park, Winnetka, Northridge, Pacoima, Arleta, Reseda, San Fernando, Sylmar, North Hills, Granada Hill, Mission Hills, Sun Valley, Van Nuys, Panorama City, North Hollywood.

  • Nest AD 39 and AD 40 in the same district.

  • Urge the Commission to adhere to the VRA Guidelines.




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