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Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice. Photo (cropped) by La Citta Vita on Flickr.
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Los Angeles County is the size of a state: it spans 4,000 square miles and contains eighty-eight cities, plus the unincorporated County government.

Each of these communities has its own history, character, and places that help tell its story. And now, each one has its own page on our website, with information about its preservation efforts, how to get involved at the local level, and featured locations on our map of historic places. We'll keep adding content to the pages over time, and we welcome your input.

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Note that we use "community" on this website to describe the cities and County government, since the County isn't a city. We refer to distinct areas within these communities as "neighborhoods."

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Benson House (Frank Gehry, 1984) by Larry Underhill

Calabasas recognizes many aspects of its built environment, from 1920s gems to cultural landscapes, as well as the recent past of the 1970s and '80s.

Beverly Hills City Hall, by L.A. Filming Location Expert/Flickr

Beverly Hills responded in full force to some high-profile demolitions, creating a strong and active preservation program.

Burbank Water and Power, by Xurble on Flickr

Burbank has a rich cultural heritage and some stunning civic architecture.