Zoning Code Change Approved to Pave Way for Digital Kiosks

Digital wayfinding kiosks could come to Culver City in the future. The City Council, in a 3-2 vote, approved a zoning code amendment that could allow for interactive digital kiosk to be installed on public property. Vice Mayor Dan O'Brien and Council Members Albert Vera Jr. and Goran Eriksson voted in favor of the ordinance. Mayor Yasmine-Imani McMorrin and Council Member Freddy Puza voted against.

The kiosks would be permitted to provide public information and other messaging selected by the City, and may include commercial advertising. City Council included language that would limit the size of the screen on a kiosk to 15 square feet. Staff will submit a request for information from kiosk companies prior to gathering proposals.


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