Rancho Park is a small district in western Los Angeles, California. It is bordered by Palms on the south, West Los Angeles on the west, Westwood on the northwest, Cheviot Hills on the Southeast and South Robertson on the east. The district's boundaries, while somewhat ill-defined, are generally considered to be the San Diego Freeway (I-405) on the west, Olympic Boulevard on the north, Manning Avenue (south of Pico Boulevard) and Beverly Glen Boulevard (north of Pico) on the east, and the Santa Monica Freeway (I-10) on the south. (Los Angeles City signs mark Olympic Boulevard as the district's northern boundary.) Major thoroughfares include Pico, Westwood, Olympic, Sepulveda, and Beverly Glen Boulevards, nearby Santa Monica Boulevard, along with Overland and Manning Avenues.
Cheviot Hills is bordered by Rancho Park on the west and northwest, Palms on the south, Beverlywood on the east, and Century City and Beverly Hills on the north. Principal thoroughfares include Pico and National Boulevards and Manning and Motor Avenues.
Century City is a 176-acre commercial and residential district on the West Side of the City of Los Angeles. It is bounded by Westwood on the west, Rancho Park on the southwest, Cheviot Hills and Beverlywood on the southeast, and the city of Beverly Hills on the northeast. Its major thoroughfares are Santa Monica, Olympic, and Pico Boulevards (its northern boundary, central artery, and southern boundary, respectively), as well as Avenue of the Stars and Century Park East and West.