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city hallIncorporated:
November 29, 1984
84th City in Los Angeles County

Form of Government:
Council/Manager

City Council:

John D’Amico, Mayor
Lindsey P. Horvath, Mayor Pro Tempore
John J. Duran, Councilmember
John Heilman, Councilmember
Lauren Meister, Councilmember

City Manager:
Paul Arevalo

Area:
1.9 square miles
Bounded by the Cities of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

Population:
34,399 (2010 Census)
Visit https://www.weho.org/business/interactive-data-tools/demographics for more information on the City's population

Budgeted:
Visit budget.weho.org for information on the City's budget

Density:
18,000 persons per square mile (approx.)

Fire Protection:
Los Angeles County Fire Department

Police Protection:
Contract with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

Parks:
Plummer Park – 7377 Santa Monica Boulevard
West Hollywood Park – 647 N. San Vicente Boulevard
William S. Hart Park – 8341 De Longpre Avenue
Kings Road Park – 1000 N. Kings Road
Sal Guarriello Veterans’ Memorial –Holloway Drive & Santa Monica Boulevard

Water:
Provided by the Department of Water and Power (LADWP) and the City of Beverly Hills

Sewers:
Los Angeles County Sanitation District No. 4
205,800 Linear feet (39 miles)