Los Angeles: City vs. Neighborhood

Are these locations cities in Los Angeles County, or just neighborhoods of Los Angeles?
All answers refer to the location in Los Angeles County
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Last updated: February 26, 2021
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1. Burbank
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Neighborhood
Burbank is often referred to as the "Media Capital of the World", due to its significant number of studios and media companies located there.
2. West Hollywood
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Neighborhood
The city was incorporated in 1984, largely in part to a coalition of seniors, Jews, gays, and renters who advocated for maintaining rent control.
3. Northridge
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Neighborhood
The neighborhood is often most associated with the large 1994 earthquake that was centered here.
4. San Pedro
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Neighborhood
San Pedro was formally a separate city, but was consolidated into Los Angeles in 1909.
5. Inglewood
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Neighborhood
Home to the famous Randy's Donuts, The Forum, and the newly built SoFi Stadium
6. Hollywood
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Neighborhood
Hollywood was merged with Los Angeles in 1910, in large part to gain access to the Los Angeles water supply and sewage system.
7. Glendale
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Neighborhood
Glendale is home to one of the largest Armenian communities outside of Armenia.
8. Pasadena
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Neighborhood
Pasadena is known for its numerous cultural and scientific locations, but also has a large population of non-indigenous parrots.
9. Studio City
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Neighborhood
The Treaty of Cahuenga, which ended the fighting of the Mexican-American war in present day California, was signed here at the Campo de Cahuenga.
10. Watts
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Neighborhood
Watts is home to the iconic Watts Towers, a sculptural/architectural towers built solely by Sabato Rodia.
11. Compton
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Neighborhood
Compton is known as the "Hub City" due to is geographic centrality in Los Angeles County.
12. Culver City
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Neighborhood
Culver City's unusual shape is in large part due to the city annexing more than 40 pieces of adjoining land around the city.
13. Century City
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Neighborhood
Century City is named after 20th Century Fox, as the district was developed on the studio's former backlot.
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