Welcome to Westlake Village
A warm and welcoming city between Los Angeles and Ventura counties, Westlake Village is one of a kind. With a lake at the community’s center, much of the lifestyle revolves around gorgeous waterside views and a cool yet collected atmosphere. The area is a friendly but exclusive one in which many choose to raise families and retire. The vibrant architecture features lightly-shaded brick and many stunning Spanish tile roofs. Summers in Westlake Village invite the prettiest greenery and dazzling blue waters. The sprawling ranchland, rolling grasslands, and hiking trails are a beauty, and the people are what makes this place home.
What to Love
Family-friendly outings and activities
Gorgeous Spanish-style homes
People & Lifestyle
Westlake Village is home to many different walks of life, from retirees to growing families. It’s a pleasant suburban community with a welcoming feeling in which many own their homes and build their lives. The schools are highly rated, and the community is a tight-knit one. Residents often choose not to commute into the city and are happy with what’s right near them; the parks are popular, as are local events, restaurants, and stores.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Enjoy a stunning sunset and warm meal on the patio at The Landing, which is located on the southwest side of Westlake Lake. The laid-back, family-friendly grill offers both American and Asian cuisine. Stonehaus offers European-inspired small plates and some of the best wines in the area. Brent’s Famous Deli is the go-to deli for delicious NYC-style sandwiches and soup (the Reuben sandwich has been voted one of the best in Los Angeles)
The Promenade at Westlake Village is a sophisticated outdoor retail center fit for all your shopping needs. The complex offers a mix of specialty shops and hip eateries.
Things to Do
The locals of Westlake Village love the awesome activities that happen in the area both seasonally and on a day-to-day basis. The gorgeous tree-lined Westlake Golf Course was built by famed architect Ted Robinson and has a 40-stall driving range. The Westlake Twin Arthouse Theater is a quaint and unique theater that shows indie and international films. Want to get outside? Take a jog, bike ride, or walk around Westlake Lake, which is 25 acres with eight miles of shoreline. Summer evenings are perfect for Concerts in the Park, which offers fun, food trucks, and free entertainment to families in the area.
Westlake Village’s public school districts, Conejo Valley School District and Las Virgenes School District, have several highly rated schools and educational facilities of note, including
White Oak Elementary School, Public, PK-5
Lindero Canyon Middle School, Public, 6-8
Agoura High School, Public, 9-12
Westlake High School, Public, 9-12