COG DescriptionThe Westside subregion of Los Angeles County contains the cities of Beverly Hills, Culver City, Santa Monica and West Hollywood plus portions of the City of Los Angeles and unincorporated areas of County of Los Angeles. The subregion is bounded by the Pacific Ocean on the west and generally by portions of the City of Los Angeles on the north, east and south.
The Westside Cities COG’s combined population represents over 750,000 individuals and 60,000 businesses—one of the highest population and employment densities in Los Angeles County, as well as one of the highest proportions of transit ridership. The Westside subregion has some of the nation’s most visited attractions including pristine beaches, world-class hotels, museums, shopping, and entertainment destinations. The Westside is the hub of the entertainment industry and Los Angeles International Airport is the world’s third busiest airport in terms of passenger and cargo movement. The area is home to several nationally recognized sustainable building projects ranging from housing to office space to award- winning environmental projects that protect the spectacular natural beauty of Santa Monica Bay.
|Beverly Hills||City Website||City Council|
|Culver City||City Website||City Council|
|Los Angeles||City Website||City Council|
|Los Angeles County||County Website||Board of Supervisors|
|Santa Monica||City Website||City Council|
|West Hollywood||City Website||City Council|
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