Valley Village is a district located in the San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles, California, north of Studio City, west and south of North Hollywood, and east of Sherman Oaks. Approximately 22,000 residents live within the boundaries of Valley Village, which consists mostly of single family homes and small shops and businesses. Valley Village has a significant Jewish population. The Valley Village Post Office encompasses the 91607 zip code.
The community of Valley Village was first formed in 1939. It was originally considered part of North Hollywood, although it was more upscale than most of North Hollywood. In the 1990s, Valley Village was officially recognized as a separate community by the Los Angeles City Council.
The interests of the residents of Valley Village are represented by a citizen advisory board known as the Neighborhood Church Valley Village (NCVV), which functions as a conduit or bridge between City Hall and Valley Village. Neighborhood Council Valley Village consists of 15 board members elected by the Stakeholders. In order to give a voice to every segment of the community the board is elected from qualified representatives as follows: Three residential homeowners, three residential renters, three business owners/representatives, one educational community, one faith-based community, one community-based senior organization, one community-based service organization, one community-based cultural organization, and one at-large representative.
Residents of the neighborhood attend school in the Los Angeles Unified School District . Some residents are zoned to Colfax Elementary School while others are zoned to Burbank Elementary School; both schools are in Valley Village. All residents are zoned to Walter Reed Middle School (in Studio City) and North Hollywood High School (in Valley Village).
The high school campus of Oakwood School, a private school, is in Valley Village.