The 38th Annual Los Angeles Marathon will run through the City of West Hollywood on Sunday, March 19, 2023. Some West Hollywood streets will close on March 19 from 4 a.m. to 2 p.m. to accommodate runners participating in the 26.2-mile Stadium to the Stars course.
Celebrating its 38th running, the Los Angeles Marathon course will begin, once again, at Dodger Stadium. It will conclude at Century Park in Century City, as it did last year. The portion of the route that runs through the City of West Hollywood remains unchanged.
The Los Angeles Marathon route for 2023 will guide runners westbound into the City of West Hollywood along Sunset Boulevard at Marmont Lane, just west of N. Crescent Heights Boulevard. From the Sunset Strip, runners will turn left (south) onto N. San Vicente Boulevard; then right (west) onto Santa Monica Boulevard; then left (south) onto N. Doheny Drive, where they will enter the City of Beverly Hills. The Marathon will run through West Hollywood between miles 14 and 15 of the course.
To ensure the safety of the large numbers of Los Angeles Marathon runners, there will be several street closures in the City of West Hollywood on Sunday, March 19, 2023 from 4 a.m. to 2 p.m.; crews will work to reopen roads to vehicle traffic as quickly as possible as the Marathon moves through the City of West Hollywood:
- Sunset Boulevard between Marmont Lane and Clark Street/N. San Vicente Boulevard (the route enters the City of West Hollywood from the City of Los Angeles west along Sunset Boulevard from Marmont Lane, just west of N. Crescent Heights Boulevard);
- N. San Vicente Boulevard between Sunset Boulevard and Melrose Avenue;
- Santa Monica Boulevard between La Cienega Boulevard and N. Doheny Drive;
- N. Doheny Drive between Santa Monica Boulevard and Beverly Boulevard (the route exits the City of West Hollywood to the City of Beverly Hills south along N. Doheny Drive).
Los Angeles Marathon spectators and community members who are searching for alternative parking solutions in West Hollywood during the Los Angeles Marathon are encouraged to visit the City of West Hollywood’s website, where a directory of parking structures and municipal lots with hours of operation and rates is available online. Members of the public are encouraged to carpool and to use public transportation, taxis, or ridesharing options.