Hello Culver City! It’s a new adventure for local information to add in a first person presentation on one of our largest neighborhoods, Fox Hills. Hosted by the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association, it’s a chance to find out more about friends and neighbors in a developing part of the city.
Fox Hills Facts:
Fox Hills was annexed to Culver City in 1964 where there were riding stables and golf courses.
Multi-unit complexes were developed in the early 1970’s
Presently there are approximately 5000 residents living in the Fox Hills area
There are approximately 2800 dwelling units ( condos and rentals)- the largest housing density in Culver City
In 1994 Fox Hills residents won a lawsuit to have Fox Hills children attend schools in the Culver City Unified School District instead of having them attend schools in the LA Unified School District.
The streets of Bristol, Green Valley Circle, Uplander Way, Buckingham Parkway and Hannum are home to a large variety of businesses/organizations/offices.
The Fox Hills Park located between Buckingham Parkway and Green Valley Circle is a 10 acre local gem and enjoyed by so many. Typical of Culver Citizens, we love our park!
Coming soon: Latest events planned for Fox Hills and information about the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association. In the meantime check out the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association website at www.fhnacc.org.
A big thank you to Judith Martin-Straw for hosting a Fox Hills column Culver City Crossroads. I hope that it provides the public with useful and fun information about Fox Hills. Come visit if you have not lately! In the venerable Westfield Shopping Center, there is a great variety of retail and dining options or visit the Fox Hills Plaza where you can shop in a very popular Marshall’s as well as enjoying other dining and amenity options which are very convenient for residents and guests from the Marriott Courtyard and the Sheraton Four Points Hotel. Remember the JC Penney’s Furniture store right on Slauson? It has been converted to house Trader Joe’s, Chipotles, Starbuck’s and the California Fish Grill! A great and creative use of space! It is a neighborhood hit.