An eruv chatzerot
(עירוב חצרות), commonly known in English as a community eruv
, is a symbolic boundary that allows Jews
who observe the traditional rules concerning Shabbat
to carry certain items outside of their homes that would otherwise be forbidden during Shabbat
This is a list of eruvin, both historic and modern, that are or were rabbinically recognized.
- Long Beach.
- Los Angeles:
- Beverly Hills, Hancock Park, Pico-Robertson, West Hollywood, & Westwood.
- Chatsworth, Granada Hills, North Hills, & Northridge.
- North Hollywood, Valley Village, Van Nuys, Sherman Oaks, Sherman Village, and Panorama City.
- Woodland Hills/West Hills.
- Palo Alto.
- San Diego.
- Santa Monica/Venice (Not yet functional).
- East side
- West side.
- Barnaby Woods, Brightwood Park, Chevy Chase, Hawthorne, and Rock Creek Gardens.
- Adams Morgan, Burleith, Capitol Hill, Cleveland Park, Crestwood, Downtown, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, Georgetown, Le Droit Park, Mount Pleasant, Navy Yard/Near Southeast, Petworth, Trinidad, and Woodley Park.