The Public Works Department Environmental Programs and Operations Division is executing the Culver City Citywide Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP) Implementation Project (Project) in conformance with the Stormwater Quality Master Plan (SWQMP) adopted in 2021.
The SWQMP was developed to guide the City’s stormwater quality compliance strategy, prioritize best management practices, prioritize spending, identify potential project partners, and maximize grant funding opportunities. SWQMP is used to achieve compliance with the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit, the Ballona Creek Enhanced Watershed Management Program (EWMP), the Marina del Rey EWMP, and multiple Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) requirements.
Stormwater BMPs are solutions for controlling the quality and quantity of stormwater the runoff on land and waterways during storm events.
The Project will provide multiple benefits in addition to addressing regulatory requirements.
Construction schedules are subject to change.
The Citywide Stormwater BMP Implementation Project is currently in the concept design phase.
Design/Public Outreach 2024
None at this time.
Culver City Citywide Stormwater BMP Implementation Project includes improvements at eight (8) residential locations throughout the City. The stormwater capture approach for each location varies.
View maps of Stormwater BMP Implementation Project locations:
Multiple Locations, Culver City View Map
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Public Works Department
Environmental Programs and Operations Division (EPO)
Javier De La Cruz
Senior Civil Engineer