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2016 San Fernando Valley Census Data
Released December 7, 2017 and Now Available for Public Use
In our eleventh year of developing census data for the San Fernando Valley, the Mulholland Institute is pleased to announce the availability of the results of the 2016 American Community Survey--United States Census data for the San Fernando Valley Census County Division.
More than a decade ago, Mulholland Institute launched an effort to create a San Fernando Valley Statistical District. The need was great, with our thousands of non-profits, government offices, businesses and community organizations seeking more reliable data on this place called the San Fernando Valley. These data have important applications in planning, land use, transportation, grant seeking, marketing, and the overall physical, social and economic future of the Valley region.
In the process, the institute also obtained approval from the City and County of Los Angeles, and the State of California to generate breakouts of Valley data at those levels as well.
The San Fernando Valley has been added to the many major geographies throughout the United States for annual demographic updates through the American Community Survey program. We have also succeded in establishing the San Fernando Valley Council of Governments (SFV COG), a Joint Powers Authority of the citiies of Burbank, Glendale, Los Angeles, San Fernando and Santa Clarita. Through the excellent work of the COG we have established the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys as a planning subregion of the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), and as a planning subarea for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO).
Links to the Metro Measure M Documents
(Updated on 12/07/17)
Link to City of Los Angeles Historical Annexation Map 1781 through 1916