Fox Hills, Culver City, California

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Coordinates: 33°58′59″N 118°23′14″W / 33.98308°N 118.3873°W / 33.98308; -118.3873

Fox Hills
Country United States
State California
County Los Angeles
CityCulver City
Time zonePacific
Area code(s)310/424

Fox Hills is a neighborhood of Culver City, California. It is roughly triangular in shape, bounded by West Slauson Avenue to the north, Centinela Avenue on the south, the San Diego Freeway to the southwest, and Canterbury Drive to the southeast.

Fox Hills Country Club sign in mid-twentieth century.

Fox Hills was annexed to Culver City in 1964, at which time it consisted of undeveloped land, riding stables, and golf courses. In the 1970s, the neighborhood was developed with apartments, condominiums, and the Fox Hills Mall, an indoor shopping center that opened in 1975.[1]

The Fox Hills neighborhood is home to Fox Hills Park, which is located at the intersection of Green Valley Circle and Buckingham Parkway. The ten-acre park includes a playground, basketball court, soccer field, tennis court, jogging trail, picnic areas, barbecues, and restroom facilities.[2]


  1. ^ Lugo Cerra, Julie: Culver City, Arcadia Publishing
  2. ^ "Culver City Government Parks, Recreation, and Community Services". Archived from the original on 2014-02-27. Retrieved 2013-11-21.

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