I do, and its not far from where I live. 40 years ago this week was the San Fernando Quake that caused extensive damage and some loss of life here in LA. As a result of that quake legislation was pass requiring you to disclose earthquake faults near or on your property when you sold it.
The California Geological Survey has had the task forever of mapping those surface faults that put homes and humans at risk. Up until this week you had to either buy their CD or paper maps to get the information. Now you can download the forms in PDF format, if only out of morbid curiosity, to find what faults are near your home. The link to the CGS site HERE. Metro Los Angeles is covered in the maps. Although the map isn’t labeled by street, it does drill down to street level when mapping out the known surface fault lines.
Of course knowing where the faults around you is half the battle. The bigger one we seem to get lax with is quake preparedness…check out CA Shakeout for more information on how to prepare for quakes, especially big ones.