Apartments for Rent in Woodland Hills, CA

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Renter’s City Guide to Woodland Hills, San Fernando Valley, CA
Introducing Woodland Hills Expenses & Housing Stats Jobs & Education Lifestyle & Renting Tips

The relaxed suburban area named after 300 California Pepper Trees makes a stark contrast to the hustle and bustle of LA, the second-largest city in the U.S. The Los Angeles neighborhood is quite popular among young professionals wanting to enjoy proximity to the big city and the shining lights of Hollywood, while still having access to a calmer pace of life. 

Where is Woodland Hills located? 

The suburb lies in the San Fernando Valley, 22 miles from downtown LA, 17 miles from Hollywood and 22 miles from the beach resort of Santa Monica. Ventura Highway (US Route 101) actually runs through the area, providing Woodland Hills with easy access east and west. 

How big is Woodland Hills? 

Woodland Hills is nearly 50 times smaller than Los Angeles and has a population of around 77,900. It’s nearly twice as big — both in terms of area and population — as nearby Tarzana. In fact, Woodland Hills is considered to be one of the least densely populated neighborhoods in LA.

What is the weather like in Woodland Hills? 

The San Fernando Valley generally experiences subtropical Mediterranean weather, which features hot, dry summers and is complimented by mild, rainy winters. Summer temperatures can reach three digits, but winter temperatures tend to be among the lowest in the valley due to its proximity to the Santa Monica Mountains.


What are the pros of living in Woodland Hills? 

The abundance of hiking and cycling opportunities — along with the balanced combination of modern amenities and natural attractions — make Woodland Hills a desirable place to live in due to its proximity to both man-made and natural sights. It has suburban vibes and enjoys low levels of crime, with residents feeling safe when they’re out in the town. The large number of modern amenities provide many great shopping experiences, top-quality restaurants, fun bars and ample entertainment options. 

What are the cons of living in Woodland Hills? 

Lengthy commute times for those working outside the suburban area, along with congestion during rush hour, are some of the largest drawbacks of living in Woodland Hills.

Woodland Hills Demographic Highlights
Total Population 70,466
Median Age 41

What is the public transportation system like in Woodland Hills? 

Local public transportation is ensured by the Orange Line Metro, which has numerous stations within the neighborhood. Those wanting to reach LA via public transportation need to take a combination of bus and metro lines, which can be quite time-consuming. Because of this, most people prefer to get around via their own private vehicles, with a liter of gasoline usually costing $1. 

How much does public transportation cost in Woodland Hills? 

One-way tickets on the Orange Metro Line cost $1.75, while a monthly pass will cost you $100. 

How much does a meal cost in Woodland Hills? 

A single meal at an inexpensive restaurant costs $15, on average, while a three-course meal for two at a mid-range restaurant will set you back $70, on average. A regular cappuccino is priced at $4.50. 

How much do utilities cost in Woodland Hills? 

For a standard 915-square-foot apartment, you’ll pay somewhere between $150 and $200 for utilities, which includes water, electricity, garbage, heating and cooling. A regular internet connection costs around $60 per month.

Woodland Hills Rent Statistics
Apartment Rent Ranges
$501 - $7000%
$701 - $1,0000%
$1,001 - $1,5002%
$1,501 - $2,00031.51%
> $200066.48%
Average Rent Trends
What is the average rent in Woodland Hills?

The average rent for an apartment in Woodland Hills is $2,286 per month.

What is the average apartment size in Woodland Hills?

The average apartment size in Woodland Hills is 918 sq. ft.

What is the rent for a studio apartment in Woodland Hills?

Rent for a studio apartment in Woodland Hills ranges between $1,899 and $4,389 per month.

What is the rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Woodland Hills?

Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Woodland Hills ranges between $1,550 and $6,166 per month.

What is the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Woodland Hills?

Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Woodland Hills ranges between $1,108 and $11,862 per month.

What is the rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Woodland Hills?

Rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Woodland Hills ranges between $3,522 and $7,047 per month.

Woodland Hills Housing Statistics
Occupied Housing Units 27,281
Owner occupied 57.59%
Renter occupied 42.42%

Where to work in Woodland Hills? 

The median household income of around $102,473 is much higher in Woodland Hills than the national average of $60,000. The highest paid jobs are held by physicians and surgeons. Woodland Hills is home to a large number of residents employed as actors, producers, directors and artists. Management roles, retail and sales roles are some of the most common jobs here. 

What are the most common industries in Woodland Hills? 

Hospitality, construction and education are some of the most important industries here. However, there are also plenty of people working in the sound recording, motion picture and production industries in Woodland Hills.

Woodland Hills Employment Statistics
White Collar 32,497
Blue Collar 3,366
White Collar 90.61%
Blue Collar 9.39%
Self Employment 7,637
Private Companies 23,045
Governmental Workers 2,698
Not for Profit Companies 2,484
Self Employment 21.29%
Private Companies 64.26%
Governmental Workers 7.52%
Not for Profit Companies 6.93%

What is the Woodland Hills school system like?

Local public schools come under the jurisdiction of the Angeles Unified School District. It is home to a total of seven elementary schools, two middle schools, three high schools and one education center, along with seven charter schools and eight private schools. Calabash Charter Academy and the Woodlake Elementary Community Charter School are the top performing schools here. When it comes to charter high schools, El Camino Real Senior High School and William Howard Taft Senior High School are the top performers. 

What are the top colleges in Woodland Hills? 

Woodland Hills is home to the Los Angeles Pierce College, which is part of the LA Community College District that offers 111 degree programs, transfer education and occupational training. In line with its agricultural profile, it is also home to more than 226 acres of farmland and agricultural training grounds.

Woodland Hills Education Statistics
No High School1.69%
Some High School16.05%
Some College24.57%
Associate Degree7.93%
Bachelor Degree31.81%
Graduate Degree17.94%

What sports activities are available in Woodland Hills? 

The Woodland Hills Recreation Center located at Shoup Park boasts a wide range of sports amenities for residents to enjoy, ranging from floodlit baseball diamonds and soccer pitches to tennis and basketball courts. 

What parks are there in Woodland Hills?

Serrania Park is in high regard among dog walkers and hikers, featuring trails that lead up to the ridge for stunning valley views. 

Where to shop in Woodland Hills? 

Warner Center offers an impressive selection of high-end boutiques mixed with mainstream stores for everyday essentials. The giant food court comes complete with artisan coffee shops and cafes and serves meals from across the globe. 

Where to eat in Woodland Hills?  

The suburb offers many other fantastic gastro pubs, restaurants and bars you need to check out, including the burger joint named Eureka! and the Local Peasant, a favorite among residents serving high-quality, simple dishes. 

What cultural attractions are there in Woodland Hills? 

Woodland Hills is home to numerous theaters, playhouses and three high-quality movie theaters.

Woodland Hills Household Statistics
Total Number of Households 27,281
Average People Per Household 3
Median Household Income$102,868
Average Household Income$138,182
No Children

What to know about renting in Woodland Hills?

The rights of local renters is governed by California law, and caps are placed on basically anything you need to pay for — from the application process ($35 maximum) to the security deposit, which can only be a maximum of two to three months’ rent, depending on whether the apartment is furnished. The rental price is not capped, so make sure you look around to get a good bargain. And, because comfort and security are in high regard in California, every bedroom and sleeping area needs to have a smoke alarm. Subletting is permitted with a separate agreement to cover it, and the main tenant is responsible for each month’s rental payment. 

What are the obligations of landlords in Woodland Hills? 

In the event of termination of the lease, landlords need to give you 60 days’ notice under normal circumstances. However, if your rental payment is late, they’re only required by law to give you a three-day eviction notice. If the lease is violated, renters are given three days to make amends. Landlords also need to disclose specific information regarding the rental, which includes lead paint hazards, shared utilities, asbestos hazards, and other information that might affect the health and safety of the tenant.

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