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Below is some general information about Westwood:

Westwood is a neighborhood in the northern central portion of the Westside of the city of Los Angeles, California. It is the home of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Westwood is bordered by Brentwood and West Los Angeles (Sawtelle) on the west, Bel-Air on the north, Beverly Hills on the east, West Los Angeles on the southwest, and Century City on the southeast. The district’s general boundaries are considered to be Santa Monica Boulevard on the south, the city limits of Beverly Hills on the east, Sunset Boulevard on the north; and the San Diego Freeway on the west.

Westwood was developed on the lands of the historic ‘Wolfskill Ranch’, a 3,000-acre parcel that was purchased by Arthur Letts, the successful founder of the Broadway, and Bullock’s department stores, in 1919. Upon Arthur Lett’s death, his son-in-law, Harold Janss, vice president of Janss Investment Company, inherited the land and developed the area and started advertising for new homes in 1922. The Los Angeles Times reported the news: Westwood, the subdivision of the Wolfskill Ranch, 3,300 acres of scenic territory between the city and Santa Monica, is to be opened to homeseekers and investors today by the Janss Investment Company. The tract comprises approximately 1000 residential and business lots, situated west of the Los Angeles Country Club on Santa Monica Boulevard and the Rancho Country Club on Pico Boulevard.

Westwood’s major thoroughfares include Santa Monica, Sepulveda, Beverly Glen, Wilshire, Westwood, and Sunset Boulevards. The district is served by the San Diego Freeway. Local bus service is provided by Big Blue Bus and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Culver CityBus’s Line 6 also serves Westwood. The area’s notorious traffic has led to calls for the extension of the Purple Line subway to Westwood from its current endpoint at Western Avenue in Koreatown. The Metro and Caltrans have also begun a project to widen the San Diego Freeway between the interchanges with the Marina Freeway in Culver City and the Ventura Freeway in Sherman Oaks; the project, which will finally add a northbound carpool lane to the congested route, is not scheduled for completion until 2011 at the earliest.

As of the census of 2000, it is estimated that there were 47,916 people residing in the Westwood neighborhood. The ethnic or racial makeup was 62.53% non-Hispanic White, 2.10% Black, 7.0% Latino, 0.15% Native American, 23.06% Asian, 0.15% Pacific Islander, 3.19% from other races, and 5.46% from two or more races. The median income for a household was $68,716, and for a family was $89,946. The per capita income was $47,428. Many of the area’s permanent residents are of Asian, Middle Eastern and European ancestry and generally affluent, living in high-rise apartment buildings and, in Holmby Hills. Single-family homes tend to be east and southeast of UCLA, particularly in the areas behind the LDS temple. Housing in the portion of the district bounded by Sepulveda, Santa Monica, Westwood, and Wilshire Boulevards is mostly low- or medium-rise apartment buildings catering to upscale young professionals, as well as some UCLA students. Most UCLA students in Westwood, however, live in the hilly area of low-rise apartments between Veteran Avenue and the campus’s western boundary or South of Wilshire. Businesses owned or operated by the Iranian community are clustered along Westwood Blvd., earning it the sobriquet Little Persia.

The Los Angeles Police Department operates the West Los Angeles Community Police Station at 1663 Butler Avenue, which serves the community. Law enforcement for the UCLA campus is the responsibility of the UCLA Police Department, a division of the independent, statewide University of California Police Department. As a state police agency, the UCLA PD has full law enforcement powers on and off campus. Fire and emergency medical services are provided by the Los Angeles Fire Department. UCLA Emergency Medical Services, a division of the UCLA Police Department, operates a Basic Life Support ambulance for the UCLA campus and supports LAFD on medical aid calls in the surrounding community. UCLA also maintains a small fire suppression apparatus staffed by campus fire marshals that responds to university-owned properties and assists the outside community when requested to by LAFD.

Source: Westwood on Wikipedia