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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.
7:30 am to 5:30 pm
(Closed every other Friday)
EPO is responsible for street sweeping, trash, recycling, organics, and construction and demolition debris collection, stormwater management, environmental programs and sewer system management.Envs. Programs and Operations
5:30am - 3:00pm
The Division is responsible for residential parking permits, dumpster/street use permits, transportation permits, bicycle and pedestrian projects.
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
Mobility & Transportation Engineering - Heba El-Guindy, Mobility & Transportation Engineering Manager
- Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
- Wireless Utility Permits
- 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
2017 Pavement Rehab Project to Start
The 2017 Pavement Rehabilitation Project will begin in June 2017 and will be substantially complete this fall!
The Culver City Public Works Department is enhancing several of our residential and arterial streets as part of the Pavement Rehabilitation Project. The City’s pavement management system and expert recommendations determine which deteriorating streets will be resurfaced with new rubberized asphalt concrete.
Construction near the I-405 freeway ramps and at La Cienega Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue will be limited to weekends and evenings. The remaining streets will be closed as required for construction during the project. We encourage you to review the following streets that will undergo construction to determine if you are affected and to plan accordingly:
Jefferson Boulevard - Kinston Avenue to Sepulveda Boulevard
Sepulveda Boulevard - Centinela Boulevard to Green Valley Circle
Sepulveda Boulevard - Venice Boulevard to Washington Boulevard (localized repairs only)
Buckingham Parkway - Hannum Avenue to Slauson Avenue
Slauson Avenue - Sepulveda Boulevard to Hannum Avenue
La Cienega Boulevard - Fairfax Avenue to Washington Boulevard
Wesley Street - National Boulevard to Higuera Street
Matteson Avenue - Albright Avenue to Sawtelle Boulevard
Stevens Avenue - Vera Way to South End (Playa Street)
Esterina Way - Cranks Road to Hill Road
Centinela Avenue - Sepulveda Boulevard to Mesmer Avenue (northbound curb lane only)
McLaughlin Avenue - Adjacent to Washington Boulevard
Inglewood Boulevard - Adjacent to Washington Boulevard
Willat Avenue - Hoke Avenue to the end of the cul-de-sac
Hines Avenue - Washington Boulevard to Adams Boulevard
Vinton Avenue - Farragut Drive to Le Bourget Avenue
Minor work on Braddock Drive, near Duquesne Avenue, and at the intersection of Garfield Avenue/Coombs Avenue
Braddock Drive (Jackson Avenue to Overland Avenue and Duquesne Avenue to Irving Place)
Selmaraine Drive (Jefferson Boulevard to Bankfield Avenue)
Studio Drive (Pickford Way to Rhoda Way)
Both endeavors are a part of the City of Culver City’s efforts to maintain and improve our facilities and infrastructure. This project is being partially funded by the Gas Tax Fund and a grant from the California Department of Resource Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) for using rubberized asphalt concrete on the project. With this project, 18,016 Passenger Tires were diverted from the waste stream.
For more information, please contact Reny Quijano, Associate Engineer, at (310) 253-5606 or via email at email@example.com, or Vern Nickerson of Nickerson Company, construction inspector, at (310) 916-3036.
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