UNINCORPORATED LOS ANGELES COUNTY MAP
Los Angeles County covers 4,000 square miles. The unincorporated areas include more than 2,600 square miles, represent two-thirds of the County's land. Unofficially grouped into 137 non-contiguous areas, some of the unincorporated areas are as small as a few blocks, some are urban centers with more than 150,000 residents and some, with sparse populations, cover hundreds of square miles in the high desert. If they comprised a single city, the unincorporated areas would be the third most populous in the State, after Los Angeles and San Diego. The unincorporated areas are both socially and economically diverse.