Los Angeles County residents celebrate diversity in cultures, economic ventures, and landscapes. The most populated county in the nation, Los Angeles County is home to approximately 3,928,864 California residents. Comprised of 88 cities and even more unincorporated communities, there are plenty of incredible places to call home within this county.
Los Angeles County is a splendid mixture of people who come from all over the world and from many different cultural backgrounds. This blending of cultures creates amazing opportunities for residents of the county.
The landscape of the county is just as diverse as the population. There’s plenty of oceanfront fun for those who prefer to live near on the coast. For those who would rather make their home in a more rustic area, there are the mountains, deserts, and canyons in Los Angeles County. Protected areas within the county include Angeles National Forest, Los Padres National Forest, and Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
Well-known for the stars that walk red carpets, Los Angeles County is home to major film studios that include Sony, Warner Bros., and Paramount Pictures. Other industries that support the thriving economy include international trade, medicine, law, music production, and aerospace. In fact, many large companies use Los Angeles County for their headquarters location.
The Los Angeles County Office of Education serves students in the county. There are more than 75 primary and secondary school districts that are supported by this county office. There are 13 post-secondary districts that include Los Angeles Community College District, Long Beach Community College District, and Glendale Community College District.
Beautiful weather compliments stunning scenery in this county. Residents enjoy an average high temperature of 79 degrees in August. The average low temperature is 51 degrees in January. With an average of 5.08 inches, February is the month with the most precipitation.
Los Angeles County has you covered when it comes to traveling by land, air, or sea. There are two major seaports that handle commercial and cruise traffic. Amtrak, Los Angeles Metro, and Metrolink offer rail services to county residents. Los Angeles International Airport, Long Beach Municipal Airport, and Bob Hope Airport are notable options for air travel.
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