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Palms is a densely-populated neighborhood within the Westside region of LA, roughly triangle-shaped within the boundaries of the 405, I-10, and Venice Boulevard.
Parents in Palms have a wide variety of school options to choose from: private schools within this area include the Overland campus of Le Lycée Français and Redeemer Baptist, while award-winning Clover Avenue Elementary serves those who prefer a public school.
While Palms is mostly made up of businesses and housing, there is a small pocket park on the northeast side of the neighborhood, Woodbine Park, that has gotten many positive reviews as a clean, well-lit place to bring children to play or to shoot a few hoops.
Palms is also one of the most convenient Los Angeles neighborhoods if you don’t want to drive to get around. With a WalkScore of 85 out of 100, most errands can be done on foot, and there are many bike lanes you can use if your favorite mode of transportation is 2-wheeled instead of four. Also, though you may have to walk a few blocks first, you can usually access the buses that run regularly on Palms Blvd. if you need public transportation to carry you farther than your legs can manage.