Friday, July 31, 2015
The five member elected City Council is the legislative body and provide overall policy directions which serve to maintain and improve the quality of life in the City of Culver City.
Culver City has partnered with The Westside Cities Council of Governments and its partner cities to promote tourism in the Westside through the development of a collective “hidden gems” page on the WSCOG website.
The Information Technology (IT) Department in collaboration with the Community Development Department have launched an interactive map of current development projects that is available on the City’s website.
This project consists of approximately 17 miles of sewer main rehabilitation using trenchless lining technology to minimize construction impacts to the public.
Apply now to request bicycle racks on public rights-of-way and other public property.
This project was initiated because the City has observed a growing demand for high speed broadband from the business community.
The vision builds upon the hotels and regional mall that exist in the area and proposes a mix of uses, a more predominate southern gateway for the City.
Read up on the latest news and announcements about the Exposition Light Rail project.
On Tuesday, February 24, the City held a community meeting on LAX Airport - Overflights and Other Impacts.
The Culver City Fire Department is proud to announce that we are implementing a new Reserve Firefighter Program. This is an excellent opportunity to volunteer for your local Fire Department to get hands on experience.
On this page the City will post the latest information, schedules, meetings, public notices, documents, related links and other information concerning the Inglewood Oil Field.