The following websites provide access to data that is collected and/or analyzed by the related organization or agency. Many of these agencies repurpose data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau.
- Demographic Research Unit Statistical Reports (City of Los Angeles Planning Department). Census data from 2010 and more recent estimates; data is by Los Angeles City community planning areas (such as Encino-Tarzana and Northridge), by census tract, and by Area Planning Commission (e.g. North Valley and South Valley). See also Community Plan Profiles and Statistics.
- Mapping L.A. Neighborhoods (Los Angeles Times) both maps and provides demographic data about neighborhoods within the City of Los Angeles, including some comparisons to other neighborhoods.
- Demographic Research Unit (California Department of Finance). A variety of demographic reports on cities and counties.
Economic and Housing Data
- The Valley Library (Economic Alliance of the San Fernando Valley). Statistics and many reports on the geographic San Fernando Valley. Some files require either Adobe Reader or Powerpoint.
- FFIEC Census Reports (Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council) includes recent estimates of Tract Median Family Income by census tract number within a county or metropolitan area.
- CSUN Geography Department Master's Theses By Region / San Fernando Valley The CSUN Geography Department Map Library, as well as the Oviatt Library, owns copies of these Master's Theses.
- United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley includes links to a number of local business organizations and Chamber of Commerce members.
- FAA Passenger Boarding and All-Cargo Data (Federal Aviation Administration) include some data on Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena and Van Nuys airports.
- Van Nuys Airport information.
- Bob Hope Airport (previously known as the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport).
- Demographic Research Unit Statistical Reports (City of Los Angeles Planning Department). Data on building permits by Los Angeles City community planning areas such as Encino-Tarzana and Northridge.
- Housing Vacancy Data (City of Los Angeles Housing Department). Some tables are by community planning area name, others by zip code or census tract.
- Interactive City Maps (City of Los Angeles). Links to LA GeoQuest and other mapping options.
- Los Angeles Department of City Planning provides a general plan for Los Angeles City plus Los Angeles City Community Plans (for 35 planning areas) as well as related maps, land use, and zoning information.
- City of Burbank General Plan