History of the Town
The area now known as Valley Village was originally considered to be part of North Hollywood. In the late 1930s, however, residents began to seek separation from the Hollywood area. In 1939, the residents' wishes were granted and the town was incorporated under the name Valley Village in honor of the Valley Village post office located on Magnolia Boulevard. After its separation, more residents began moving into the area and neighborhoods began to form. It was not until 1991, however, that the town was official considered a stand-alone community by the LA City Council.
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