The Reseda Station is located at the intersection of Reseda Boulevard and Oxnard Street. It is a transfer or terminus station for several educational institutions, including the public magnet school Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies, Columbia College Hollywood, and California State University Northridge. The study area is equal parts multiple-family and single-family residential, with apartment buildings and condominiums concentrated south of the station and north along Reseda Boulevard. The station area also contains a small amount of industrial and manufacturing land that is located parallel to the Orange Line along Oxnard and Topham Streets. The Reseda transit neighborhood contains a total population of 28,855,* and 4,010 jobs or approximately four jobs per acre.**

The northern half of the station area is located in the Reseda-West Van Nuys Community Plan area, while the southern half is located in the Encino-Tarzana Community Plan area.

More detailed information about the station area can be found in the Existing Conditions Report. Click on the maps below to view high-quality PDF documents.


Existing Land Use                                     Existing Zoning


*2010 US Census data for all census tracts that are located partially or completely within a half-mile radius of the transit station. This data includes areas outside of the half-mile station area and does not reflect the exact boundaries of any future plans.
**US Census Bureau’s Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD)