The Sepulveda Station is located a short walk from the intersection of Sepulveda Boulevard and Oxnard Street. Although a majority of the study area is green space, adjacent to Woodley Park and Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve, the station and park are separated by the San Diego Freeway (I-405). Businesses  along Sepulveda Boulevard are a mix of large-scale stores, such as Costco and Target, smaller strip malls, and a few office buildings. An industrial belt also runs alongside the Orange Line and Oxnard Street east toward the Van Nuys Station. Behind these uses are single-family residential neighborhoods, with very little multiple-family residential. The study area contains a total population of 16,559,* and 9,352 jobs or approximately three jobs per acre.**

The station area is predominantly located in the Van Nuys-North Sherman Oaks Community Plan area, with the exception of the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Area, which is located in the Encino-Tarzana Community Plan area. Portions of the station area are also located in a State Enterprise Zone.

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)