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About Malibu

Few beach towns in America have the instant name recognition enjoyed by Malibu: palm trees, white sands, and the quintessential boardwalk and pier. While tourism certainly brings its fair share of people to this SoCal city, its year-round residents total more than 12,000.

In addition to the 21-mile stretch of prime Pacific coastline, people in Malibu have a wide variety of cultural and community-based recreational opportunities, from the annual Chumash Day Powwow at Malibu Bluffs Park to film festivals at the Civic Center.

Malibu is served by not one but two top-rated school districts, depending on your address: Las Virgenes and Santa Monica-Malibu Unified, with most students attending the latter. Pepperdine University also has its main campus in Malibu, if you’re looking for a four-year degree option that’s truly local.

While most Malibu residents use a car to get around, you can catch the MTA bus for Route 534, which regularly shuttles tourists and locals alike down the coastline to and from the Culver City area by way of Santa Monica.

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