Valley Glen is a highly diverse community in the southeastern portion of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, California. Almost half its residents were born outside the United States. It includes a community college, seven public schools—including a high school—and six private schools. There is a city park. Valley Glen is noted for a half-mile-long California-history mural painted on the side of a flood-control channel.
Valley Glen Community Park (formerly Erwin Park) is an unstaffed park located in Valley Glen. The park has an unlighted baseball diamond and picnic tables.
In the “Mapping L.A.” geographical section of the Los Angeles Times website, the 4.81 square miles of Valley Glen are bounded on the north by Raymer Street, Sherman Way or Vanowen Street, on the west by the Tujunga Wash, Woodman Avenue or Hazeltine Avenue, on the south by Burbank Boulevard and on the east by the Hollywood Freeway. In most of its area it is bisected by the Tujunga Wash, which runs north to south.