Culver City is at the center of economic, cultural and environmental growth and change. The City's Division of Environmental Programs & Operations (EPO), as part of the Public Works Department, has championed significant efforts to provide environmental education opportunities as well as improve services in the areas of resource conservation, environmental and public health protection, and solid waste diversion.
Tackling Culver City's environmental challenges requires hard work, cooperation and a commitment from City staff as well as every individual, business and institution in the city. By working together, we can all ensure we are protecting and beautifying the City for generations to come.
Below is a collection of resources to help you learn more about Culver City and how it is helping keep the community environmentally safe, as well as options for the community to get involved.
- Use one of the public Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
- Attend a future Sustainability Subcommittee meeting
- Learn about the history of Ballona Creek and how you can be a part of its future.
- Learn about the City's Water Conservation efforts
- Read about the Polystyrene Ban
- Sign up for My Recycle Coach the new recycling and waste management smart phone application.
- Learn how the City cares for trees and maintains the urban forest.
- Ride along as the City implements active transportation plans through bicycle and pedestrian initiatives.
- Learn more about how the Sustainable Business Certification Program works with local Culver City businesses to implement best practices and policies that reduce energy use, conserve water, reduce pollution, and divert waste
- Check out upcoming Events on the Community Calendar
If you have questions about Culver City's environmental programs, please contact Catherine Vargas, Environmental Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-253-6414.