Palms-Mar Vista-Del Rey Community Plan
Existing plan adopted in 1997
The Palms-Mar Vista-Del Rey Community Plan Area (CPA) contains 5,257 acres which is approximately two percent of the land in the City of Los Angeles. The plan area is located in the western portion of Los Angeles with roughly irregular boundaries. The terrain varies from flat land in the southern section to rolling hillside in the north.
The community is bisected by a narrow strip of the City of Culver City along Washington Boulevard. The northern section proceeding in a clockwise direction is bounded by the City of Santa Monica, Pico Boulevard, southerly along the San Diego Freeway up to National Boulevard, Exposition Boulevard and Southern Pacific Railroad Company line, Robertson Boulevard up to National Boulevard, Venice Boulevard, Washington Boulevard, City of Culver City and Walgrove Avenue.
Palms-Mar Vista-Del Rey | Land Use Map
Coastal Transportation Corridor (update in progress)
Playa Vista Area B/C/D
West Los Angeles Transportation Improvement and Mitigation Plan (update in progress)
Community Design Overlay District
West Pico Boulevard
Historic Preservation Overlay Zone
Gregory Ain Mar Vista Tract
Expo Corridor (in progress)
Palms-Mar Vista-Del Rey Demographic Profile
Population and Housing Figures