The Greek Theatre, The Getty Center, and Dodger Stadium. The uniquely compact city boasts the Sunset Strip, Santa Monica Boulevard, Robertson, and Melrose; truly Los Angeles’ Mecca for fashion, fine dining, unparalleled nightlife, and the world-renowned entertainment industry. Incorporated in 1984, West Hollywood has been instrumental since its start in achieving cultural, environmental, and political breakthroughs. An incredibly influential area, West Hollywood continues to be recognized for its progressive, diverse and innovative atmosphere.
West Hollywood is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. All of West Hollywood is zoned to Fairfax High School; some areas are jointly zoned to Fairfax High School and Hollywood High School.