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News

Culver Volleyball Club Finishes Season with High Marks

Culver Volleyball Club Finishes Season with High Marks

Culver Volleyball Club finished its eight-month season with strong showings among 500 teams in the annual Summer Soiree Volleyball Tournament in Anaheim. The top ranked 16-year olds took second place, the fourth seeded 18-year olds finished fourth, and the seven-seeded 14-year olds placed ninth in the four-day event during the Independence Day holiday. Coaches and players will take a short [...]

Final TOD Workshop – New Date

Final TOD Workshop – New Date

The final design workshop in Culver City's TOD Visioning process has been rescheduled to Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at 7:30 PM. The meeting will take place at Culver Studios Commissary, 9336 Washington Boulevard. Join the community for the last of our workshop series focused on developing a vision for mobility in Culver City. In this final workshop, we will seek comments on the design team's [...]

Culver City’s Jurassic Technology Odditorium – T.S. Owen

Culver City’s Jurassic Technology Odditorium – T.S. Owen

For nearly 40 years, David Wilson has been designing, adding to, rearranging and enlarging his collection of curios, oddities, and fake – or real – science wonders, which he has displayed in a modest row of Victorian homes on Venice Boulevard in Culver City since 1988. He calls it the Museum of Jurassic Technology and it is world famous among certain curious folks who make a special effort [...]

Support a Later Start – SB 328

Support a Later Start – SB 328

The research is clear - later school start times improve the health, safety and academic success of students. California State PTA supports SB 328 (Portantino) to change middle and high school start times in California to no earlier than 8:30 a.m. The bill does not prevent districts from offering zero period. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), “Studies show that [...]

Culver City Wins ‘Elite Fleet’ Fourth Consecutive Year

Culver City Wins ‘Elite Fleet’ Fourth Consecutive Year

For the fourth consecutive year, Government Fleet staff honored Culver City as a 2017 Elite Fleet at last month’s Government Fleet Expo & Conference, held in San Antonio, Texas. Culver City shares this honor with only three other North American Elite Fleets, which are from Boise, Idaho; Columbus, Ohio; and Mesa, Arizona. Elite Fleets are former #1 fleets that continue to perform at a high [...]

Culver City Celebrates its New Renewable Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station

Culver City Celebrates its New Renewable Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station

On June 21, 2017, Members of the City Council of the City of Culver City joined Transportation Department officials and representatives of Clean Energy to open the City’s newly upgraded compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station. The event marked the completion of a $1 million facility improvement project, which included the replacement and installation of two natural gas compressors that [...]

New Home for Repair Cafe

New Home for Repair Cafe

Some things just need a little fixing, so bring them to the Summer Repair Café! Hang out with friends and meet new folks at our new venue, Culver City Presbyterian Church on  Saturday July 15th, 2017. Open to the public from 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm. If you’ve never attended this quarterly event, don’t miss this one! Bring something that’s broken and our talented fixers will do their best [...]

Culver City Wins Platinum

Culver City Wins Platinum

The City of Culver City is a partner in the Westside Energy Partnership, a collaboration between the City, Southern California Edison, SoCalGas, and The Energy Coalition. The City has been a participant in the Westside Energy Partnership since its inception in 2011. Through this partnership, Culver City participates in Southern California Edison’s Energy Leadership Partnership, a tiered [...]

CCPD Warns Against Mortgage Fraud

CCPD Warns Against Mortgage Fraud

Are you in the process of buying a home or refinancing? Are you aware that scammers are targeting email accounts of realtors and escrow/title companies in order to steal your hard earned money? Homebuyers from across the country are being victimized at an increasing rate. Here is how the scam works: The scammer hacks into the email account of the real estate agent or escrow officer. The [...]

CCEF Director Leslie Adler to Step Down

CCEF Director Leslie Adler to Step Down

It is with deep appreciation and lasting gratitude for her years of devotion to the mission of the Culver City Education Foundation that CCEF announces the resignation of our Executive Director, Leslie Adler. Leslie has been a passionate supporter of our students and schools. In her eight years as Executive Director she led CCEF though a transformative period of growth. Among the many highlights [...]

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