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Playa del Rey

Development of the Playa del Rey community began in the late 1920s with the construction of the Del Rey Hills neighborhood. Today, the coastal community Playa del Rey is home to approximately 14,400 residents. It is a walking community with its shops, restaurants, and beaches all in close proximity. The most southerly section of the area contains the Hyperion Treatment Plant, which safely treats all the Los Angeles’ wastewater, and Dockweiler Beach, which is a popular attraction for surfers and beachgoers alike. With clean air, a beautiful coastline, and tight-knit community, Playa del Rey offers a small-town-feel in a large city.

Key Information

8726 S. Sepulveda Blvd PMB 191A
Los Angeles, CA  90045

Board Meetings on 1st Tuesday

7114 W Manchester Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 90045

(310) 348-1096

(310) 645-5151

Public Safety

8900 S. Emerson Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90045

(818) 756-9674

Public Schools

7751 Paseo del Rey
Playa del Rey, CA 90293

(310) 823-2356

Private Schools

9100 Falmouth Ave.
Playa del Rey, CA 90293

(310) 823-4651

Places of Worship

8505 Saran Dr.
Playa del Rey, CA 90293

(310) 823-4275

Neighborhood Organizations