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.
Culver City learn how to Garden Smart!
Culver City residents can attend a free Smart Gardening workshop in 2015.
CalRecycle’s 2015 Used Oil/HHW Awards and Conference
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 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.
New Household Hazardous Waste Educational Program for Residents!
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”!
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.
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.