City of Calabasas is the gateway to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area in northern Los Angeles County about 17 miles west of Los Angeles. Incorporated in 1991, the relatively young city has population of 23,735 as of 2009. Nestled in the oak-filled foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, the upscale community with small town charm has a progressive economy, safe neighborhoods, blue ribbon schools and healthy lifestyle. In addition to its desirable location surrounded by scenic open space, Calabasas is conveniently located near employment opportunities and all of Southern California’s finest attractions.

Major attractions in the area are Farmer's Market in Old Town Calabasas, John & Juliana Gensley Demostration Garden and Leonis Adobe Museum & Calabasas Creek Park



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