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HARBOR CITY
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Welcome to Harbor City, Los Angeles.
Situated within the Los Angeles Harbor Region, Harbor City is a very diverse neighborhood with around 36,000 residents. The area was originally part of the Rancho San Pedro Spanish land grant, which was granted by the Spanish Empire in 1784. After the Mexican-American was ended in 1848, many American settlers acquired rancho land in the area. The 2.58-square-mile Harbor City was brought into Los Angeles as a first step to consolidate with the port cities of Wilmington and San Pedro. Harbor City is home to two high schools and seven other schools, and the neighborhood's percentage of high school graduates is actually larger than Los Angeles as a whole. Residents can find recreational opportunities in the green Harbor City Park, which is situated on Frampton Avenue at Lomita Boulevard. The park also includes the Harbor City Recreation Center and the Harbor City Childcare Center. The recreation center features a combined gymnasium and auditorium, as well as a baseball diamond, indoor basketball courts, outdoor basketball courts, a soccer field, a children's playground, a community room, picnic areas, and a senior center. For more fun, head to the Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park on South Normandie Avenue, where you'll find barbecue pits, a baseball diamond, bike, hike and jogging trails as well as a pretty little lake and a lighted soccer field.
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