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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...

 

Dan O'Brien Venue Change

MAPLE BLOCK 3973 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City Across Washington Place from Tito's Tacos *Same time - Thursday June 9th 7pm* Unfortunately, a reservation SNAFU at Rush Street had us double-booked with an Amazon private party for the back patio at Rush...

 

LA Gives Green Light to Large Development at La Cienega/Jefferson

A large mixed-use development proposed for a 3.5-acre site just on the outskirts of Culver City has received the green light for construction. Recently, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission...

 

Jefferson Blvd. Post Office Closing May 27, Relocating 2 Miles Away

The U.S. Postal Service has announced that it is closing its post office at 11111 Jefferson Blvd. on May 27 and relocating it two miles away to the Fox Hills area. Five years ago, the Postal Service...

 

CCEF Gala Raises over $175K

The Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) is proud to announce the Ruby Gala surpassed its goal of raising $175,000 for the programs we fund across the district! Thank you to the two hundred...

 

Ballona Creek Trash Collection Barge Project Challenged in Court

Two Playa del Rey residents have filed a lawsuit against Los Angeles County, the Board of Supervisors and the Flood Control District, challenging last month's board approval of a trash collection...

 

Dougherty Named to SNHU President's List

Joseph Dougherty of Culver City has been named to Southern New Hampshire University's Winter 2022 President's List. Full-time undergraduate students who have earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.700 and above are named to the President's List....

 

Schulz Inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

Madeleine Schulz of Culver City, California, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Schulz was initiated at University of Southern California....

 

City Council Pondering Higher Minimum Wage in CC

At its Monday’s meeting, the City Council voted 3-2 to create an ad hoc subcommittee to study the potential development of an ordinance setting a Culver City minimum wage. The dissenting votes were...

 

Culver City Car Show

The 18th annual Culver City car show was tremendous success with thousands of people at West LA College enjoying the classic cars, hot rods, bikes, food and entertainment and bikes. Photos by Mary...

 

Did Culver City Hospital Make the Safety Grade?

Many hospitals in California received top scores but the only hospital in Culver City didn’t make the grade in patient safety, according to a report released this week by The Leapfrog Group, an inde...

 

Fiesta LA Ballona Returns to August

The Culver City Council rejected the recommendation of the of the Fiesta LA Ballona Committee to keep the Fiesta in October just prior to Halloween. The council moved it back to the last weekend in August. The 2022 Fiesta was cancelled due to the...

 

Temporary Closure of Ballona Creek Path Between National and Duquesne

Due to work on the Higuera Street Bridge replacement project, the Ballona Creek Bike Path between National Blvd and Duquesne Ave will be closed for approximately 2 weeks beginning May 5, city officials said. Path may be open intermittently during...

 
 News    May 5, 2022

E-Waste Collection, Paper Shredding Event Slated for May 7 in Culver City

Homeboy Recycling will provide Culver City with several convenient electronics recycling services, including hosting quarterly drive-through collection events for the public. HomeBoy will continue the quarterly e-waste and paper shredding events on...

 

Culver City High School Among Best Ranked in State: U.S. News

Culver City High School ranked among the top schools in California and nationwide, according to the latest rankings by U.S. News and World Report. Culver High came it at 237 in California and 1,657 nationally. The school has a 96 percent graduation r...

 

Free Comic Book Day on May 1

Football has the Super Bowl, Dogs have the Westminster show, movies have the Oscars and nerds we have Free Comic Book Day! Free Comic Book Day is the international day, usually the first Saturday in M...

 

CCEF Celebrates 40th Anniversary Supporting Our Schools

Join the Culver City Education Foundation as we celebrate 40 years of connection at our Ruby Gala on Saturday, May 14, 2022 from 6-10 pm at Playa Studios. Presented by Amazon Studios, this elegant...

 

The Culver City Car Show is back for its 18th year on May 7th at West L.A. College.

See special section included in this week’s Culver City Observer for more information...

 

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