It’s a gated community and city in LA County, CA. Hidden Hills is nestled near Calabasas and is situated inside the San Fernando Valley. Hidden Hills has notoriety of being home to several celebrities and actors. Hidden Hills had a population of 1,856, according to the 2010 census.
History and geography
It’s inside the Simi Hills Transverse area near Santa Monica Mountains.
The neighborhood was developed and designed in the ‘50s by a California planned community developer and landscape architect, A.E. Hanson. Hanson’s earlier projects involved Palos Verdes and Rolling Hills Estates, as well as the ‘20s ‘Greenacres’ Beverly Hills Harold Lloyd Estate. It’s a gated community that has an overall land area of 1.7 sq. mi.. One elementary school is accessible by the public at 1 of the 3 community gates. Hidden Hills offers a summer camp for kids, children’s and community theatre programs, carnivals, annual parades, welcome wagon, parties, snow days, as well as week-to-week community-wide BBQs all summer.
The city is bordered by the north by the greenbelt and nature reserve of a park that has miles of hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian trails, the Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve. Close by towards the south is the Leonis Adobe Landmark that offers a museum and gardens of historic value. It is across the El Camino Real of the Mexican Alta California and Spanish Las Californias eras, currently U.S. Rt. 101.
Hidden Hills was the scene of a sitcom on NBC Hidden Hills that aired from 2002 to 2003.
Within 568 households, there were 1,875 inhabitants, which includes 506 families, in Hidden Hills, according to the 2000 census. Its population density was 1,135 people per sq. mi. There were around 592 housing units at a median density of 358.3 per sq. mi.. The racial composition of Hidden Hills was Latino or Hispanic of any race 6.24 percent, 1.83 percent from 2 or more races, 1.55 percent from other races, 2.71 percent Asian, 0.12 percent Native American, 0.44 percent African American or Black, and 88.70 percent White.
Of those 568 homes 50.4 percent had kids under 18 residing with them, 81.7 percent were married and were living together, 5.3 percent had a female householder without any spouse present, and 10.9 percent were non-families. About 7.6 percent of homes were a single inhabitant and 3.2 percent were one person of 65+. The average size of a family was 3.39 and the average household size was 3.30.
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