Human tracks everyday activity in Van Nuys (United States) and 900 other cities worldwide. This is how 5 people with Human in Van Nuys stay in shape with daily activity like walking, running, cycling, and other exercise.
The average activity for people in Van Nuys local time.
So far, 0 people in Van Nuys tracked 0 minutes of activity in total today, an average of 0 minutes per user. Yesterday 0 people clocked 120 minutes of total activity in Van Nuys, an average of 0 minutes per active user.
Compare an average day in Van Nuys to the average of all other cities on Human.
In the last 14 days 5 people in Van Nuys tracked 1,265 minutes of activity. That's 1 days of activity. The daily average for people in Van Nuys was 25 minutes in the past 14 days.
Van Nuys /vænˈnaɪz/ is a neighborhood in the central San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles, California.
The town was founded in 1911, and named for Isaac Newton Van Nuys, one of its developers. It was annexed by Los Angeles on May 22, 1915, after completion of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, providing it with the water required for further growth. Van Nuys was the first new stop on the San Fernando Line of the Pacific Electric Railway red cars system, which boosted its early land sales and commercial success.
Van Nuys became the Valley's satellite Los Angeles municipal civic center, with the 1932 Art Deco Valley Municipal Building (Van Nuys City Hall), a visual landmark and Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument starting the present day Government Center complex of government services buildings.
In 1991 Marvin Braude, a member of the Los Angeles City Council, redesignated a 45-block area from being a part of Van Nuys to being a part of Sherman Oaks. This redesignated area included the community of Magnolia Woods.More about Van Nuys on Wikipedia