669 Area Code Map and Stats

Top cities with a 669 Area Code

Where is the 669 Area Code?

The 669 Area Code (or Area Code 669) is located in the state of CA. Area Code 669 is one of the 269 3-digit telephone area codes in the USA. It covers roughly 1 unique phone numbers and 6 individuals near the city of Canoga Park

Location & Map

Most numbers within Area Code 669 are located in the following cities: Canoga Park, Wildwood, West Covina, Holly Bluff, Firebaugh, Butler, San Antonio, Pampa, Ventnor City, Denver, Chilhowee, Sulphur Springs.

Top Cities

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Population Demographics

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Neighborhood

Canoga Park, CA
Neighborhood statistics for Canoga Park, CA
Avg. Property Value
$574,605.00
Avg. Household Income
$49,781.00
Top Occupations
38% Management
28% Sales
Average Age
54 years old
Gender
46% Female
Top Ethnicities
55% Hispanic
37% Caucasian

About Canoga Park, CA

Canoga Park is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California, United States. Its 60,000+ residents are considered to be "highly diverse" ethnically. Before the Mexican War the district was part of a rancho, and after the American victory it was converted into wheat farms and then subdivided, with part of it named Owensmouth as a town founded in 1912. It joined Los Angeles in 1917 and was renamed Canoga Park on March 1, 1931, thanks to the efforts of local prominent civic leader Mary Logan Orcutt.