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Tarzana is a neighborhood in San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles County and it neighbors Topanga State Park,  Encino, Woodland Hills, and Reseda. Most residents here own their own homes. There is a lot of shopping, restaurants, coffee shops and parks and the public schools are above average.

Yes, Tarzana is named after a fictional jungle character Tarzan! It is a site of a former ranch owned by Edgar Rice Burroughs, an author of the popular Tarzan novels, who named the ranch after his fictional hero.

Tarzana History


In 1797 Tarzana was occupied by Spanish settlers and missionaries who established the San Fernando Mission. In 1848 it was surrendered to the United States. It was then purchased by the Los Angeles Homes company in 1909 and the founder of the LA Times, General Harrison Gray Otis invested into the area and bought 550 acres of the modern Tarzana. Edgar Rice Burroughs bought the ranch from Otis in 1919 and established Tarzana Ranch.

Trzana Demographics

According the the latest census, there are 24,524 people living in Tarzana, 66% White, 17% Hispanic, 6% Asian, 6% two or more races, 5% African American.

Median Household income in Tarzana is $111,710

Notable people

Tarzana and Schools

Schools within Tarzana are:

  • Gaspar de Portola Middle School, LAUSD, 18720 Linnet Street
  • Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies (4–12), LAUSD alternative, 18605 Erwin Street
  • Vanalden Avenue Elementary School, LAUSD, 19019 Delano Street
  • Tarzana Elementary School, LAUSD, 5726 Topeka Drive
  • CHIME Institute’s Schwarzenegger Community School, LAUSD charter, 19722 Collier Street
  • Wilbur Charter for Enriched Academics, LAUSD K–5, 5213 Crebs Avenue
  • Nestle Avenue Elementary School, LAUSD, 5060 Nestle Avenue

Zoned high schools serving Tarzana include:

Private schools include:

Postsecondary schools

Public libraries

Encino-Tarzana Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library

The Los Angeles Public Library operates the Encino-Tarzana Branch on Ventura Boulevard in Tarzana.

Tarzana Recreation Center

  • building capacity 600
  • gymnasium with an auditorium
  • Lighted baseball fields
  • lighted basketball courts
  • playground
  • community room
  • indoor gym with weights
  • picnic tables
  • lighted volleyball courtes

Caballero Canyon

  • offers multiple trails for hiking and mountain biking
  • great views of the San Fernando Valley

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