The Ronald Reagan Freeway (SR 118) runs right through the middle of the suburban community of Mission Hills. The neighborhood also sits at the north end of snaking and long Sepulveda Blvd, which stretches from the northern starting point, all the way down through the city of Los Angeles. It is bordered by Granada Hills, Sylmar and Pacoima as well as the City of San Fernando. It is a small and fairly upper-middle class community with a relatively high median income in comparison with other Valley communities.

It was the original location of the Mission San Fernado Rey de Espana and is also home to the Andres Pico Adobe, the second oldest residence that is still standing in Los Angeles. The historical San Fernando Mission Cemetery is also still in use today.

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Updated: 23rd June, 2021 9:15 AM (UTC).