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Welcome to Reseda, Los Angeles.
Reseda is a suburban neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, founded in 1912. The name Reseda was first used for a siding on a branch of the Southern Pacific Railroad, which ran between Burbank and Chatsworth. Reseda was long dedicated to agriculture, and the central business district in Reseda began to develop in 1915. Today, Reseda is a highly diverse neighborhood where an equal amount of residents own and rent their residences. You'll find a mix of simple single-family dwellings and newer apartment buildings, and the median price of a home is slightly higher than the average home in Los Angeles County. However, compared more central Los Angeles locations, Reseda is more affordable. The neighborhood is home to fifteen public schools and five private schools, and community amenities include several public parks, a senior center and a regional branch library. The Reseda Park and Recreation Center features barbecue pits, a baseball diamond and tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, as well as a playground, picnic tables, a pool and much more. Those who are interested in learning more can enroll in a variety of sports programs and classes held at the park. In addition, the Reseda Park is home to a beautiful lake where you can fish, as well as a large duck pond. In the 1950s and 1960s, the duck pond also featured a boathouse where one could rent electric boats. Residents in Reseda have access to all kinds of amenities, restaurants and stores, and Sherman Way features a long strip of various establishments. With multiple school choices, an excellent park and vicinity to a variety of entertainment, shopping and dining nearby, Reseda offers an affordable alternative to Los Angeles living!
"Reseda Park" by Laurie Avocado as licensed under CC BY 2.0
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