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Crestview, located on the Westside of Los Angeles, is a residential neighborhood north of the Santa Monica Freeway with commercial areas along the main thoroughfare of Robertson Boulevard. Community residents can reach services, shops, and eateries along this main road. Surrounding residential neighborhoods with services and features are also accessible on foot and the sunny California weather is almost always cooperative for pedestrian travel. 

Residents with dogs who enjoy walking will rarely be hampered by inclement weather, although summer temperatures can become excessively hot at the height of the day and you may want to avoid travel at this time. Crestview has an active community association that works to increase effective communication within the neighborhood and other governing bodies and promotes programs that improve the district. Community activities help form bonds between residents and result in an increase in community development and initiatives that increase the neighborhood's walkability.

Terrain in Crestview
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Crestview is located to the north of the Santa Monica Freeway and pedestrian traffic in the freeways vicinity is not encouraged. Residential and commercial streets located in Crestview provide more pedestrian-friendly thoroughfares. The terrain is relatively flat, but areas to the north and west slope up towards neighboring communities of Cheviot Hills and Beverlywood. There are a variety of residential homes in Crestwood including walk-up apartments, complexes, and single-family homes. Small districts in the neighborhood include Faircrest Heights, La Cienega Heights, and Reynier Village. Most properties have landscaped yards with lawns and trees or dry climate-friendly landscaping features.

Surrounding neighborhoods include Beverlywood, Palms, Culver City, Mid City and Pico-Robertson. La Cienega Boulevard and Robertson Boulevard contain commercial areas with heavier traffic accessing businesses along these roadways. Dogs should be kept leashed and close to their owners on busy streets with traffic and watch for vehicles entering and exiting side roads and parking lots.

Greenways in Crestview
Neighborhoods in Los Angeles have an average of:
18 Greenways
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Reynier Park is located in the neighborhood. This small but vibrant park has lighted basketball courts, a playground, picnic tables, lawns, and trees with paved pathways for pedestrians with pets. 

Area residents looking for a long, natural greenway will find it to the north in the mountains which are a short drive away. There are multiple trailheads originating in the communities at the base of the hills. The terrain is steep and rough and requires good hiking footwear, however, views of the ocean and Los Angeles area are spectacular and well worth the effort. These natural wilderness areas are home to area wildlife such as coyotes, rabbits, snakes, birds, and lizards and even larger predators like mountain lions and bears in the backcountry. Be careful and keep your dog leashed to avoid them taking off after local critters or running afoul of a cranky rattlesnake in wilderness areas.

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