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The Engineering Division is responsible for residential parking permits, driveway/sidewalk permits, dumpster/street use permits, transportation permits, utilities and capital improvement projects.
Maintenance Operations is responsible for graffiti removal and maintenance of streets, trees, sewers, parking meters, streetlights and traffic signals.
|environmental programs & operations (EPO)|
EPO is responsible for street sweeping, trash collection, recycling, stormwater management, environmental programs and sewer system management.
|Public Works Administration|
Public Works is responsible for construction and maintenance and oversight of the City’s infrastructure. Services provided include management of the City’s capital improvement program, permitting of utility and other work in the public right-of-way, development review including setting requirements for and inspection of related improvements to the public right-of-way, traffic engineering, street parking (including the residential permit parking program), parking meters, street and sidewalk maintenance, street tree maintenance, sewer maintenance, municipal building maintenance, traffic signs and signal operation and maintenance, graffiti removal, residential and commercial refuse and recycling collection and disposal, street sweeping, and storm water pollution prevention program.
Charles D. Herbertson, P.E., L.S., Public Works Director / City Engineer
Engineering Division - Mate Gaspar, Engineering Services Manager
Maintenance Operations - Eric Mirzaian, Maintenance Operations Manager
Environmental Programs & Operations (EPO) - Kim Braun, Environment Programs & Operations Manager
- Residential Parkway Guidelines (Download Parkway Permit Application)
- Urban Forest Master Plan
- 2016-2017 Capital Improvement Program Projects Map
- 2017-2018 Capital Improvement Program Projects Map
- Renewable energy is on its way to Culver City.
- The project will save nearly 192,000 kWh of electricity annually and $318,000 over its 12-year life.
- Do you want to help determine what City Hall's landscaping will look like in the future?