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INTRODUCTION TO DEL REY

Del Rey is a Westside Los Angeles neighborhood located East of Venice-Marina del Rey, and West of Culver City. Its borders sit East of Lincoln Blvd, North of Ballona Creek, South of Washington Blvd, and generally West of Sawtelle Blvd. Del Rey has a population of approximately 32,000 that includes a lot of military veterans.

Del Rey features a variety of residential neighborhoods and commercial zones. On the residential side, there are approximately 6,300 homes and multi-family properties in the Del Rey grid. About 64% of these are single family residences.

Del Rey residents have a median household income of about $63,000 (according to 2008 data).

The Los Angeles Police Department operates the Pacific Community Station in the area. This is located at 12312 Culver Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066.

SCHOOLS

There is also a wide mix of schools located within the Del Rey neighborhood. The following is a list of these schools:

  • Culver City Christian School (Private) – This serves grades K-3. It’s located at 11312 Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066.

  • Stoner Avenue Elementary School (LAUSD – Public) – This serves grades K-5. It’s located at 11735 Braddock Drive.

  • ICEF Vista Elementary Academy (Charter Elementary – Public) – This serves grades K-5. It’s located at 4471 Inglewood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066.

  • Braddock Drive Elementary School (LAUSD – Public) – This serves grades K-5. It’s located at 4711 Inglewood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066.

  • Short Avenue Elementary School (LAUSD – Public) – This serves grades PK-6. It’s located at 12814 Maxella Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90066.

  • Marina del Rey Middle School (LAUSD – Public) – This serves grades 6-8. It’s located at 12500 Braddock Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.

  • Goethe International Charter School (Charter- Public) – This serves grades PK-5. It’s located at 12500 Braddock Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.

  • Ocean Charter School (Charter – Public) – This serves grades K-8. It’s located at 12606 Culver Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066.

Additional information can be found by reviewing sites such as: https://www.greatschools.org/california/los-angeles/schools/

*Readers should always verify school zones, ratings, etc to their own satisfaction.

AREAS

According to the Neighborhood Council, Del Rey is arranged into eight areas (which include some portions of Venice, Marina del Rey and Playa Vista adjacent locations):

Del Rey Area A: Includes Short Elementary School, Barnes & Noble Bookstore, Equinox, AMC Dine-in Theater, FedEx, etc.

Del Rey Area B: Includes Courtyard by Marriott, Pavilions, Jerry’s Deli, Glen Alla Park, Culver/Marina Little League Fields, etc.

Del Rey Area C: Includes Paco’s Tacos, Sakura Japanese Restaurant, Culver Blvd. Median Bicycle Path, Marina del Rey Middle School, Marina Christian Fellowship, Ronnie’s Diner, etc.

Del Rey Area D: Includes St. Gerard Majella Roman Catholic Church, Marina Music Center, Casa Sanchez Mexican Restaurant, etc.

Del Rey Area E: Includes California Department of Motor Vehicles, Culver Blvd. Median Bicycle Path, etc.

Del Rey Area F: Includes Stoner Elementary School, Venice Buddhist Temple, Braddock Drive Elementary School, LAPD Pacific Division, Venice Japanese Community Center, etc.

Del Rey Area G: Includes Mar Vista Gardens

Del Rey Area H: Includes Westside Neighborhood School (Private), Home Depot, Playa Christian Church, Playa Del Rey Elementary School, Kaiser Permanente Medical Offices, etc.

PARKS & MORE

There are a variety of parks throughout the Del Rey neighborhood as well. Parks include:

Glen Alla Park – This park is located at 4601 Alla Road, Marina del Rey, CA 90292. It features Basketball Courts (Lighted / Outdoor), a Children’s Play Area, Picnic Tables, Paddle Tennis, and more! Street parking is available. It’s hours of operation are:

Monday – Friday: Dawn to Dusk

Saturday – Sunday: Dawn to Dusk

Culver Boulevard Bike Path – This bike path is approx. 1.9 miles long, and ranges from Culver Blvd (South of Elenda Street) and runs to Culver Blvd & McConnell Ave. It’s considered a “Rail-Trail” and the surface of the trail is asphalt. Users include bikers, inline-skaters, walkers, and it is wheelchair accessible.

Ballona Creek Bike Path – This bike path is approx. 7 miles long, and runs from National Blvd through to the Pacific Ocean.

It’s considered a “Greenway/Non-RT” and the surface of the trail is asphalt and concrete. Users include bikers, inline-skaters, and walkers.

Culver Slauson Park – This park is located at 5070 South Slauson Ave, Culver City, CA 90230. It features Barbecue Pits, Basketball Courts (Lighted / Outdoor), a Children’s Play Area, Picnic Tables, Bike Path, and more!

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