The 54th Assembly District is a constellation of neighborhoods and communities. The hard-working residents, business owners, entrepreneurs, families, veterans, students, children and retirees in the 54th stimulate and energize a diverse area on the west side of Los Angeles County. The district encompasses all or parts of Culver City, Baldwin Hills, Ladera Heights, View Park-Windsor Hills, Century City, Crenshaw, Leimert Park, Mar Vista, Mid-City, UCLA, West Los Angeles, Westwood, and Inglewood.
- Culver City is a five-square mile city mostly surrounded by the city of Los Angeles and is a hub for motion picture and television production, and the location of West Los Angeles College, one of the nine colleges that comprise the Los Angeles Community College District.
- Baldwin Hills is home to Kenneth Hahn State Regional Park, was the site of the first Olympic Village, built for the 1932 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games.
- Ladera Heights is a small but densely populated area in unincorporated L.A. County, and is known as the home of many African American athletes, celebrities and professionals.
- View Park-Windsor Hills is in unincorporated L.A. County and one of the wealthiest primarily African American communities in the country.
- Century City is an important business district and one of Los Angeles County’s biggest employment centers.
- Crenshaw is a largely working-class residential area with a commercial corridor, and in the 1970s formed – along with Leimert Park and other nearby neighborhoods – one of the largest African American communities in the United States.
- Mar Vista and Mid-City are highly diverse residential and commercial neighborhoods and home to two of the oldest high schools in the city – Hamilton High and Venice High – with many notable alumni across film and television, professional sports, music, politics, and business.
- Westwood is where you can find UCLA, one of the largest and most prominent public universities in the country.