Northridge, Los Angeles, California

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Northridge is a community in the San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles, California, United States.

The 1994 Northridge earthquake is named for the community based on early estimates of the location of the quake's epicenter; however, further refinements showed it to be technically in neighboring Reseda. The area was also heavily damaged in the 1971 Sylmar earthquake.

In 1994, the Northridge Little League Baseball team won the United States Little League Championship game, but lost the World Series game to the international team from Coquivacoa-Maracaibo, Venezuela.

The U.S. Metric Association is based in Northridge.

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Location and geography

Northridge is 17 square miles (44 km2) in area and is approximately 807 feet (246 m) above sea level. Located within the San Fernando Valley, adjacent neighborhoods with Northridge include Granada Hills, Chatsworth, North Hills, Reseda, Porter Ranch, and Winnetka. Major streets in the area include Roscoe Boulevard, Devonshire Street, Nordhoff Street, Corbin Avenue, Tampa Avenue, and Reseda Boulevard. The Ronald Reagan Freeway (State Route 118) runs along the northern edge of Northridge, and provides access to the rest of the Los Angeles area freeway system. The area code is 818 and zip codes are 91324 through 91330.

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