Laurel Hill Valley Citizens

Overview
The physical boundaries of the Laurel Hill Valley neighborhood are defined as the watershed bounded by a ridge line around the valley that starts at Hendricks Park at the west to 30th Avenue to the south, and continuing along knolls of 870 feet and 897 feet elevations at the southeast, and northward to a knoll of 898 feet elevation, and continuing northwest and north along Laurel Hill Drive to the Glenwood exchange and Interstate 5. The key word is watershed, and includes the knoll known locally as Moon Mountain.