Surrounded by industry-heavy Sylmar to the north, Mission Hills to the west and Pacoima to the southeast, the city of San Fernando is one of the smallest cities in the region.
With only 2.37 square miles, it retains a small-town atmosphere with its own government and chamber of commerce. Yet it’s the namesake city for the entire Valley. The original Catholic San Fernando Mission, founded in 1797, is now located nearby in Mission Hills. ...

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