Canoga Park, California, is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles. Woodland Hills, West Hills, Chatsworth, and Winnetka border this community. There are about 60,500 residents with a median age of 30. The lack of an independent water supply led to annexation by the City of Los Angeles in 1917.
California is in the Western United States. It shares borders with Nevada, Arizona, the Pacific Ocean, Oregon, and Baja California. There are more than 39,500,000 people in about 163,696 square miles, making it the third-largest state. The state capital is Sacramento, and Los Angeles is the most populous city.