Fort Moore was an historic U.S. Military Fort in Los Angeles, California, during the Mexican-American War. Its approximate location was at what is now the Hollywood Freeway near the intersection of North Hill Street and West Cesar Chavez Avenue, downtown.
The hill on which it was built became known as Fort Moore Hill, most of which was removed in 1949 for construction of the freeway. The hill was located one block north of Temple Street and a short distance south of present Day Cesar Chavez Avenue, between the Los Angeles Civic Center and Chinatown. The fort is now memorialized by the Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial.