Landale Square is known for being a tight-knit community with wonderful tree-lined streets and restaurants. Landale Square has charming traditional Valley home architecture in the highly desirable Studio City area. With excellent public and private schools nearby, conveniently located for commuting by car or public transit, close to wonderful restaurants and shops and lush landscaping makes it quite an inviting community.
Landale Square is situated between Laurel Canyon Boulevard, Colfax Avenue, the 101 freeway and Moorpark Street in the heart of Studio City.
The Landale Square Neighborhood Watch Block Party celebration is where residents can get to know their neighbors. Local neighborhood block parties like the ones we have in Landale Square are so Studio City residents can get to know their neighbors. Landale Square is celebrating its Seventh Annual Neighborhood Watch Block Party and Picnic during the Fall season.
Walter Reed Middle School is the public school within the Los Angeles Unified School District for Landale Square. There is also the option of Carpenter Community Charter School and many private schools are also available.
In the south west corner of Landale Square is Moorpark Park, a Landale Square hot-spot for community events. This is a pocket park which features a children’s play area and picnic tables. There is a great play yard that is fenced in for extra safety, swings and a sponge ground, shade and fun for ages 2 to 12. The Park is open from dawn to dusk.
Moorpark Park Art Festival in Landale Square
Arts and Crafts Show
Put on by the Rotary Club of Studio City and Sherman Oaks this show has been held for the past 40 years and is a successful event for artists and art lovers alike. All the merchandise at the show is original and handmade by over 120 artists who successfully exhibit their crafts during this two-day event. An estimated 5,000 visitors attend the show. The ultimate beneficiaries of these events are people “in need”. Every year, numerous charity organizations benefit from the funds raised by the Rotary Club.
The event takes place at Moorpark Park in Landale Square (the same location where the event has been held for nearly 40 years). Enjoy browsing new artists, DIYers, and talented crafters. Fun in the sun and a playground for the kids. Interesting and unique stuff, both highbrow & some more simple crafts, too. Really packed with vendors and the ambiance is very pretty in this park. The park provides excellent ambience to view the various vendors and artists featuring painting, photography, pottery, ceramics, jewelry and much more.
The show is held one weekend in May and one weekend in October at Moorpark Park in Landale Square where the admission is free.
A Pet friendly Community
On the corner of a busy Los Angeles intersection, dogs bark, tug at leashes, nuzzle against potential adopters or just lazily languished in the warm sun. The lush greenery at Moorpark in Landale Square, Studio City serves as the backdrop for the “Great Escape”, a pet adoption drive, held on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month.
Animals come from various Los Angeles area shelters run by two different organizations.
A cat sits in a cage during the “Great Escape” event at Moorpark Park in Landale Square, Studio City on Sunday.