The Conejo Valley population was reported to be at 1.77 million in 2012. The largest city in the Conejo Valley is Glendale. The Conejo Valley is a place where population growth and urbanization continues to happen ever since the introduction of aircraft, automobile, and motion picture industries to the Valley. Due to the large growth in population over the years, 34 of the 95 neighborhood councils, in the Los Angeles city section, belong to the Conejo Valley. The Conejo Valley is a part of Los Angeles County and Los Angeles School District.
The Conejo Valley Includes: Burbank, Calabasas, Conejo, Glendale, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Granada Hills, Knollwood, Mission Hills, North Hollywood, Northridge, Pacoima, Panorama City, Porter Ranch, Reseda, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Sun Valley, Sylmar, Tarzana, Valley Village, Van Nuys, Warner Center, West Hills Winnetka, Woodland Hills and many more!
The Conejo Valley in mainly comprisied of Latinos and Caucasians, which are nearly even in numbers. The Conejo Valley has a population of about 1,700,000. The larger communities and cities in the Conejo Valley are Burbank, Glendale, North Hollywood and Van Nuys. There are various school districts in the Conejo Valley, the largest being the Los Angeles Unified School District.