Saturday, February 28, 2015
Overtone Industries Presents The Spontaneous Combustion Choir
Overtone Industries is currently presenting The Spontaneous Combustion Choir World Tour of Los Angeles.
Culver City Arts District Nominated as one of the Best Arts Districts!
Voting takes place until March, 2, 2015 and the public can vote once per day!
Annual Spring Egg Hunt on March 21st
Join the fun at our FUN-tastic and EGG-cellent annual Spring Egg Hunt at Veterans Memorial Park.
West Basin Rain Barrel Program
Help conserve water in this drought with a FREE rain barrel. Collecting and reusing rainwater reduces the amount of water flowing into storm drains, local waterways, and ensures that every drop of water is being used efficiently.
Smart Gardening Workshops
Culver City residents can attend a free Smart Gardening workshop in 2015.
Saving the Planet...one drop at a time.
Do you know of a HHW program that had a positive impact on our community or profession this past year? All awards will be presented during CalRecycle’s 2015 Used Oil/HHW Training & Conference.
Culver City Julian Dixon Library to Begin Significant Renovations
Julian Dixon Library to Start Long-Awaited Renovations on January 5, 2015.
Culver City Rain Gardens!
The Culver City Rain Gardens capture rain and surface runoff, filters noxious contaminants that would otherwise flow into the Ballona Creek, and beautifies the urban landscape.
Not All Trash is Created Equal
Check out our new webpage with everything you need to know about Household Hazardous Waste. And be sure to watch our video filmed right here in Culver City, hosted by acclaimed Joel Green of “Curiosity Quest Goes Green”!
City Holds Community Meeting on LAX Airport - Overflights and Other Impacts
On Tuesday, February 24, the City held a community meeting on LAX Airport - Overflights and Other Impacts.
Sewer Main Rehabilitation Project
This project consists of approximately 17 miles of sewer main rehabilitation using trenchless lining technology to minimize construction impacts to the public.
Urban Forest Management Plan
The City of Culver City is working with the consultant, Artecho, to develop an Urban Forest Master Plan (Plan) setting forth a comprehensive vision for a robust and resilient urban forest in the City.
Reserve Firefighter Program
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.
ASCE Outstanding Public Civil Engineering Project
The Jefferson Boulevard Streetscape at Hetzler Road Project was selected to receive a 2013 Outstanding Public Civil Engineer Project Award for Transportation.
Culver City Fire Department Achieves Accreditation
For the fourth time since 1998, the Culver City Fire Department has been granted International Accredited Agency Status with the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI).
CCPD Featured on ABC News for Smart 911
Culver City is pleased to announce that we are the first city in California to implement a new system to improve 9-1-1 services for all citizens.
CCUSD Schools Begin Composting Program
Linwood E. Howe Elementary School became the first school in the Culver City School District to begin a pilot program aimed at reducing and reusing food waste.
Information about the Inglewood Oil Field
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.
Exposition Light Rail Information
Read up on the latest news and announcements about the Exposition Light Rail project.