The City of Agoura Hills was incorporated as a city in 1982, becoming the 83rd city in Los Angeles County. The city is 8.2 square miles in size and is considered to be part of the Conejo Valley, lying between the Santa Monica Mountains and Simi Hills. Its boundaries are roughly east of Lindero Canyon Road on the west (bordered by Westlake Village), south of Agoura Road on the south, portions of Chesebro Road on the east (including part of the Liberty Canyon Road area) and on the north, just above Fountainwood and Timberlane Streets (with Oak Park lying above). There are other unincorporated areas referred to as Agoura.
Regency Agoura Hills 8 for movies
Paramount Ranch for hiking and checking out old movie sets
Peter Strauss Ranch for hiking and exploring (NOTE: Peter Strauss Ranch suffered extensive damage in the Woolsey Fire of 2018 and is currently closed as of February 2019.)
Bands, comedians and more at the popular Canyon Club in Agoura Hills
The Play Destination indoor playground is geared towards toddlers to 6 years old
The Great Race of Agoura Hills is one of the most popular running events in the Greater Los Angeles area, with 5K, 10K, two half marathons and more. Takes place in March of each year.
We Rock the Spectrum Kid's Gym for infants through age 13
Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center has year-round activities, a kids' interpretive center, senior programs, teen center and more.
To learn more about the City of Agoura Hills, visit the City's website at www.ci.agoura-hills.ca.us.