ADVANCE PLANNING

(310) 253-5740 Main

The Advance Planning Division is responsible for articulating the long-range vision of the City of Culver City through land use and policy planning.

Building Safety

(310) 253-5800 Main (Permits, Inspections, Plan submittals)

The Building Safety Division is responsible for the enforcement of all building codes adopted by the City and the State of California for local jurisdiction enforcement.

Code Enforcement Services

(310) 253-5940 Main
(310) 253-5555 Hotline

The Division is responsible for enforcing the City Code.

We strive to provide excellent customer service and to protect, preserve and improve the quality of life of our citizens. 

Current Planning

(310) 253-5710 Main
(310) 253-5725 Zoning
(310) 253-5721 FAX

Current Planning Counter Hours:
9:00 am to 3:30 pm

General Office Hours:
7:30 am to 5:30 pm

(City Hall closed every other Friday)

The Current Planning Division maintains and implements the City's General Plan, Zoning Ordinance and prepares other specialized planning documents, including Specific Plans.

Economic Development

(310) 253-5760 Main

Economic Development is dedicated to enhancing the City’s economy by attracting investment to the community, expanding the City’s tax base, and balancing private sector needs with neighborhood quality of life issues. For more information please see our Economic Development Implementation Plan or learn about our Current Projects.

Housing

(310) 253-5780 Main
(310) 253-5786 Info Line
(310) 253-5785 Fax

The Culver City Housing Authority is responsible for developing, preserving, and administering affordable housing programs and projects for low to moderate income households to ensure that all neighborhoods are quality livable places that are free of blight, where residents feel safe, and can access resources and services.  Our mission is to support and enhance the social well-being of the citizens of Culver City and expand affordable housing opportunities for low and moderate income families.

Community Development

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The Community Development Department is responsible for guiding, monitoring, and facilitating development within Culver City. The six divisions that make up the Department each play a separate but mutually supporting role in community building.

Administration

Sol Blumenfeld - Community Development Director
310-253-5700 email
Administers and supervises all Community Development activity and operations

Lisa Pangelinan - Senior Management Analyst
310-253-5761 email

 

REACH Codes Public Outreach Meeting

REACH codes are a set of statewide optional construction standards for energy efficiency that exceed the requirements of the state’s mandatory codes.

REACH Codes Presentation from Public Outreach Meeting

Read the public notice about the REACH codes and community meetings.

Seasonal Shelter Maps (coming soon)

  • Cal Trans Site Map
  • Culver City Laydown Lot
  • LA City Site
  • Metropolitan Water District Site
  • Venice Blvd Parking Lot
  • Virginia Lot 

Temporary Shelter Matrices (coming soon)

  • Final RFP 1916 Temporary Shelter Summary Dot Matrix
  • Proposed Seasonal Shelter Site Summary Matrix
  • Preliminary Study Seasonal Shelter Site map

 

  

 

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Culver City Firefighters Grow Mustaches for Men's Health Awareness

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by Culver City Fire Department11/01/2019 12:00 AM
Updated: 11/01/2019
Movember

Movember is a month-long campaign geared towards raising awareness and funds for men’s health. When it comes to their health, too many men don’t talk, don’t take action and die too young.

Men's Health Stats:

  • 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime
  • Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in young men aged 15 – 34 years
  • 1 in 4 adults in the US will experience a mental health problem in a given year
  • 3 out of every 4 suicides are men
  • Moving on a regular basis can reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer by up to 50% and lower your risk of death by up to 30%

Participating Culver City Firefighters will start November 1st clean-shaven and grow only a mustache for 30 days to raise awareness and funds to help save and improve the lives of men and their families affected by prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health problems. To donate, visit the Culver City Firefighters' Movember page.