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Text to 9-1-1 Available in Culver City

Mobile users in Los Angeles County, including Culver City, can send text messages to 9-1-1, giving hearing and speech impaired residents, or those in situations where it is too dangerous to dial...

 

Council Rushes to Pot

In what is a rare display at city hall the council rushed to approve three retail marijuana stores in Culver City. There was much public discussion with those opposed to the stores citing higher crime rates near the stores and the influence it would...

 

Bus Stops Get New Look

Culver CityBus has begun to upgrade the City's Bus Stop Furniture. The Project, scheduled to begin this month includes 31 bus stops along Sepulveda Boulevard, a segment of Washington Boulevard...

 

Road Rage Shooting Nets Arrest

In what police thought would be a difficult case to crack, police said a KTLA news story, in which police asked for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect, resulted in an anonymous tip that led to the suspect’s arrest. Lucian Wayne...

 

Hope Parrish Named Historical Society President

On Wednesday, January 17, 2018 former Vice President of Programs Hope M. Parrish will be taking the helm of the Culver City Historical Society as its next president. Hope is a third-generation motion...

 

Police Chase Ends in Culver City Crash

Santa Monica Police pursed an assault subject into Culver City on Monday. According to Lt. Saul Rodriguez of the Santa Monica Police Department, at approximately 2:40 pm Oscar Garcia, 38, allegedly...

 

Culver City Schools Open Despite Skirball Fire

The Culver City Unified School District announced this morning that all schools in the district are open. The Skirball Fire erupted early Wednesday morning above Bel Air filling the air on the...

 

Senior Citizens Thanksgiving Dinner

40th Annual Lions Club Senior Citizens Thanksgiving Dinner served over 250 meals last week to seniors. Food was donated by Sorrento Market. Pictured on right are from left: Elliot Heffler, Albert...

 

Annual Culver City Holiday Tree Lighting On December 7

Celebrate peace, good will and the holiday season at this annual event. See Santa Claus as he makes a very special visit all the way from the North Pole, in honor of Culver City's Centennial on Thursday, December 7 at 6 pm. The festivities will be he...

 

Woman's Club Has Successful Fashion Show

The Culver City Woman's Club had a very successful fashion show on November 11 at Talbot's in Manhattan Beach. The clothes and models were beautiful, the breakfast was delicious, and everyone...

 

The Wende Is Open and Better

On Saturday Nov 18 Wende Museum, a museum that preserves Cold War art, opened its doors to the public once again. Located at what was formerly known as the National Guard Armory, the Wende has...

 

The Culver City Friends of the Library Present: A Snowless Snow Party

Join us for our Annual Snowy Saturday Holiday Event and help us welcome Winter! ●Enjoy free arts and craft stations ● Make a tubesock snowman ● Make your own “Snowman Soup”! ● Build a marshmallow snowman ● Pop-in book sale ● Knitted...

 

Discount Compost Bins For Sale

The Culver City's PW - Environmental Programs & Operations Division is now selling discounted Soil Saver Classic Compost Bins for easy at home composting. Soil Saver bins are durable, strong, and...

 

Council Candidate Marcus Tiggs to Hold Campaign Kickoff BBQ

Marcus G. Tiggs, a Culver City resident for over 20 years and candidate in the 2018 Culver City Council race will hold his campaign kickoff party/barbeque on Sunday, December 3. The event will be...

 

George Petrelli's Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner

The Petrelli family invites you to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner in a most traditional way. That’s the way George Petrelli and his Uncle Joe insisted it be done and the tradition carries on. You will think you’re at family dinner with the...

 

Albert Vera Kicks Off City Council Campaign With Packed House of Supporters

Business owner, commissioner and lifelong Culver City resident Albert Vera kicked off his campaign for a seat on the Culver City Council in the April, 2018 election in front of a packed house on Sunda...

 

Pre Owned DVD Sale

The Friends of the Library will be holding a DVD sale on December 2 at the Julian Dixon Culver City Library from 11 am to 3 pm. There will also be a member’s only preview sale on December 1 from 3 pm to 6 pm. Non-members can sign up to become...

 

Wende Museum Opens to the Public

It’s a fitting location for the Wende Museum: the former National Guard Armory. The Armory, built in 1949 has fallout shelters in anticipation of a nuclear attack on the United States. Fortunately the bomb hardened shelters were never needed. The...

 

Residents Balk at 30 New Oil Wells and Fracking

After receiving numerous requests from residents the Culver City City Council granted a 120-day extension of the public review period for the submission of written comments on the Inglewood Oil Field...

 

Turning Point Robotics Team Earns Top Spot in Regional Qualifier

On Saturday, November 11 the Turning Point School "Green Tornadoes" took the top spot out of 25 teams from around the Los Angeles area who were competing for the chance to advance to the regional...

 

Daniel Lee's City Council Campaign Kick-Off Is November 19

City Council candidate Daniel Lee, a local activist and Culver City Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee Member, will launch his campaign on Sunday, November 19 from 5-7 pm at the home of Culv...

 

Grab 'N Give Bags to Feed the Needy

The holidays are a time of giving and many residents want to know how they can help. Well here is a direct way not only to help, buy know what you're giving and where it's going. Sprouts is making it...

 

Tracy Blom Dies

Longtime Culver City resident Tracy Blom died at Southern California Hospital Culver City (formerly Brotman). he worked at his father's plumbing company Ray Blom Plumbing in Culver City. According to several sources he underwent back surgery....

 

Colin Diaz Named Culver City Chamber of Commerce President/CEO

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce announces the appointment of Colin Diaz as the President/CEO of the Chamber of Commerce following the retirement of Steven J. Rose after serving more than 30 years...

 

Landlord Pulls Plug on Culver City Post Office

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is considering relocating services from the current Culver City Main Post Office located at 11111 Jefferson Blvd., Culver City, to a yet-to-be-determined location, as close as possible to the current location. The...

 

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