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Granada Hills is a residential community located in north Los Angeles, California. Granada Hills is an affluent, high-income neighborhood with commercial establishments, schools, recreational facilities, and country clubs located throughout the region. The Granada Hills community is divided into North Granada Hills and South Granada Hills by the Ronald Reagan Freeway which traverses the district from east to west.

Residents that want to access services on foot will find commercial areas along some main roads in Granada Hills, although most of the commercial services are located in the south along Chatsworth Street. Residents to the north have more limited options for walking to retail areas but pet owners in Granada Hills will find several pet supply stores and services. 

Residents who take their dogs walking in Los Angeles experience hot, dry weather the vast majority of the time. Rain is rarely a factor and even winter weather is temperate with few cold or wet days. 

Terrain in Granada Hills
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
The northern sections of Granada Hills are primarily residential and lie at the foot of the Santa Susana Mountains. The terrain in this region is hilly with steep sections and winding roads that follow the natural terrain which can make for some challenging or strenuous walks. South of the Ronald Reagan Freeway, the terrain becomes much more level, houses are denser, and there is more commercial activity and traffic. Many homes in the area, especially in the north, are quite large and even palatial with large well-landscaped properties, pools, and unique houses with mid-century modern architecture. 


The mountains to the north can be seen from the community providing spectacular scenery and there are plenty of natural areas associated with northern locations. When walking with your dog in the more active South Granada Hills, keep your dog leashed, stay on pedestrian sidewalks, and watch out at the intersections of main roads in commercial areas for traffic.

Greenways in Granada Hills
11 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Los Angeles have an average of:
19 Greenways
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The north section of Granada Hills is adjacent to large natural areas in the foothills of the mountains. O'Melveny Park located just north is 672 acres in size which makes it the second largest park in Los Angeles. Most of this enormous park is undeveloped and natural with trails for hikers and their hounds to explore. There are sweeping views of the surrounding areas and local wildlife to be discovered on the trails. Keep your dog leashed as there are also equestrians and cyclists that use these trails and you don't want to run afoul of dangerous critters like rattlesnakes. 


In the West, Aliso Canyon extends further south along the border of Granada Hills and features a 3.4-mile greenway that is more accessible and convenient for many residents. Schools, playgrounds and recreation areas are distributed throughout Granada Hills and many locals can find a green area a short walk from their homes.

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