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Culver Expo Returns

The 2022 Culver Expo is coming up on September 14th, from 3-7 pm at Ivy Station. This year we are celebrating our business community and connecting them with prospective customers, residents, and the...

 

Suspend Outdoor Watering Sept 6-20

The West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) is calling on residents and businesses in the service area to temporarily suspend outdoor watering for a fifteen-day period beginning Sept. 6 to...

 

Leadership Culver City Seeks Applicants For 3rd Annual Program

After a two-year hiatus because of the COVID pandemic, Leadership Culver City is pleased to announce that it is seeking applicants for this year’s class, which will begin in September. Interested...

 

City Council Moves Forward with Plan to Create 'System of Reparations'

The Culver City Council has taken a step toward “making reparations a reality.” At its recent meeting, the Council unanimously agreed to start an effort to create “a system of reparation...

 

Women in Business Nominees Sought

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking nominations for its 7th Annual Women in Business Leadership Awards. “We are so proud to, once again, recognize the contributions of...

 

CC Planning Commission to Consider Mixed-Use Development Project Next to Kirk Douglas Theatre

The Culver City Planning Commission will soon consider a mixed-use development plan for a couple of vacant buildings located next door to the Kirk Douglas Theatre. The proposed project, named the...

 

City Council Backs Measure to Raise Minimum Wage for Health Care Workers

The Culver City Council this week backed a proposal to raise the minimum wage for health care workers, approved minor changes to the Housing Element and rejected the idea to ban commercial and informational booths at Fiesta La Ballona. At its Monday...

 

Violent Crimes, Property Thefts Up in Culver City in 2022

Violent crimes and property crimes are up this year, according to the Culver City Police Department. This week, the Police Department released its 2022 Mid-Year Report, which contains crime statistics, police arrests, traffic citations, mental...

 

City Council to Consider Changes to 2021-28 Housing Element on August 8

The Culver City Council will consider at its next meeting on August 8 minor changes to the Housing Element which identifies and plans for its housing needs between 2021 and 2029. In January, the...

 

City Council to Consider Changes to 2021-28 Housing Element on August 8

The Culver City Council will consider at its next meeting on August 8 minor changes to the Housing Element which identifies and plans for its housing needs between 2021 and 2029. In January, the...

 

Wende Museum Breaks Ground for Creative Community Center

The Wende Museum will soon start building the Glorya Kaufman Creative Community Center in the southern portion of its armory property at 10858 Culver Boulevard. Last month, the Museum and its...

 

Stormwater Project to Capture Water Runnoff

City’s infrastructure can prevent 19 acre-feet of water per storm from overflowing to Ballona Creek and Santa Monica Bay At a June 30 event in Culver City, the West Basin Municipal Water District...

 

Culver City Chamber of Commerce Launches Nationwide Search for New President & CEO

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce has launched a nationwide search for a new President & CEO, following the departure of Colin Diaz earlier this year. Contracting with the executive search firm of...

 

Stormwater Project to Capture Water Runnoff

City’s infrastructure can prevent 19 acre-feet of water per storm from overflowing to Ballona Creek and Santa Monica Bay At a June 30 event in Culver City, the West Basin Municipal Water District...

 

Culver City Starts Car-Free Weekends on Main Street

Main Street is now a car-free zone on the weekends. Last Friday, Culver City began closing Main Street between Culver Boulevard and the city limit to car traffic on weekends. Water-filled barricades...

 

12 Culver City Businesses Achieve Sustainability Certifications

On June 1, 2022, Culver City Mayo Daniel Lee commended 12 newly certified sustainable businesses as part of Culver City's Sustainable Business Certification Program (Certification Program) at Temple...

 

Culver City Inks $12-Million Contract With Exodus Recovery to Manage New Housing for the Homeless

Culver City Council this week approved a three-year, $12-million agreement with Exodus Recovery to serve as the lead operator, supportive service provider and property manager for the two new housing...

 

Affordable Housing Complex Proposed for Methodist Church Property on Sepulveda

The Culver City Council has approved a request from a non-profit developer to modify a proposed affordable complex at the site of Culver Palms United Methodist Church, located at 4464 Sepulveda Blvd....

 

Culver City Gets Jump On Independence Day Celebrations

On July 3rd, Exchange Culver City will present it 52nd annual Charity Independence Day Family Picnic and Fireworks Extravaganza. This Culver City tradition will be held at West Los Angeles College....

 

Culver City Receives $645,750 to Develop Sustainability Roadmap

The Federal Transportation Administration has announced that the Culver City Transportation Department will receive $645,750 to analyze the city’s transit system and develop a sustainability roadmap...

 

Culver City Bus to Host One-Day Job Fair June 25

Culver CityBus will host a one-day, hiring event on Saturday, June 25, to fill vacant bus operator positions. To meet its goal of recruiting bus drivers, Culver CityBus will conduct same-day...

 

Drought Conservation Emergency Regulations

West Basin’s SUPER-CALI-FRUGALISTIC drought campaign calls on our local communities to save water amid this unprecedented drought. We offer a variety of water saving programs to help our residents and businesses save water and money. What wasteful...

 

Council Moves to Hike Business Tax

At the City Council meeting on Monday, June 13, the Council voted in favor of putting a business license tax raise on the November election ballot. Action Item A3 read, “Discussion and...

 

Rocket's Red Glare Arrives Early in Culver City

On July 3rd, Culver City will kick-off the Independence Day celebrations with its 52nd annual Fireworks Extravaganza and Family Picnic at West Los Angeles College. The event includes live music,...

 

Culver City Extends Tolling Agreement with Sentinel Peak Relating to Oil Termination Ordinance

Culver City and Sentinel Peak Resources have extended the term of the existing Tolling Agreement for an additional period of time, currently through July 29, and are continuing their discussions to...

 

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