Otobots auto repair proudly serves the thriving community of Reseda CA with industry certified technicians. Reseda was founded in 1912 and its central business district started in 1915. The neighborhood was devoted to agriculture for many years. Earthquakes struck the area in 1971 and 1994. The neighborhood has fifteen public and five private schools. The community includes public parks, a senior center and a regional branch library. Parts of Reseda have been used in several motion picture and television productions.
The Reseda Country Club, of Boogie Nights fame, was a well-known concert venue during the Los Angeles punk rock and new wave scenes of the 1980s. Located at the intersection of Canby Avenue and Sherman Way, the Country Club was host to bands, including Oingo Boingo, U2, Culture Club, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, and Roxy Music, from 1980 to 1982. The site which began in the 1950s as one of the first Sav-On Drug stores in the San Fernando Valley, later became a night club and remained a dance hall and music venue throughout the 1990s; it was also used as a boxing venue. The site later became and since remains a Spanish-language Christian church.
A number of motion pictures have been filmed or set in Reseda: Targets (1968); In The Karate Kid (1984), Tuff Turf (1985); In Boogie Nights (1997); Magnolia (1999); Erin Brockovich (2000); Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991).