Named for the graceful animal once found throughout California.
Named for Juan Bandini, a powerful local ranch owner.
Named for developer Alfonso Bell.
An Indian name, probably derived from the name of a local Indian village in the Cahuenga Pass
Believed to be named after Canoga, New York, which derived its name from the Native American village Ganogeh.
Italian place name, "Castle by the Sea."
A local large oak tree was said to have reminded someone of the famous Charter Oak tree in Hartford, Connecticut.
The present day name is actually a misspelling of the Spanish word "cienaga", meaning "marsh" or "swamp." The misspelling began with the name of the local ranch.
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