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About Hollywood Hills
Hollywood Hills (and next-door neighbor Hollywood Hills West) gets a lot of traffic. That might just have something to do with the unmistakable 45-foot tall letters on the hillside that spell out exactly where to find this world-famous Los Angeles-area suburb. (And, if you’re looking for a great place to take a photo of said sign, try Beachwood Drive in the Beachwood Hills neighborhood of Hollywood Hills.)
Getting around town is easy for tourist and townie alike: walkability is excellent and public transportation options are abundant. Bike lanes are not as plentiful, but cyclists can connect with several well-used bike paths and trails in the area.
Public schools serving the Hollywood Hills area are part of the LAUSD system, though families often choose nearby charter schools or private education. If you’re planning on working towards a post-secondary degree, many locals study at Emerson College or AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts.
Yes, it’s true that the area of Hollywood Hills north of Sunset has the largest number of famous residents in Los Angeles—but if stargazing of the celebrity variety isn’t your style, you can take a hike around Lake Hollywood (also known as Hollywood Reservoir) and make the city feel miles away.