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Sahli-Wells to be Honored with Innovator Award @ Firefly Ball

Sahli-Wells to be Honored with Innovator Award @ Firefly Ball

The Firefly Ball Innovator Award is presented yearly to a local official whose cycling advocacy efforts have made a broad impact in Los Angeles County. LA County Bicycle Coalition recognizes a innovative champion of bicycling who recognizes that communities that are better for people who bike are better for all community members. Meghan Sahli-Wells will be receiving this year's award following [...]

‘Eggs & Issues’ Gets a Centennial Spin with History Book Donation

‘Eggs & Issues’ Gets a Centennial Spin with History Book Donation

On September 7th, 2016 the Culver City Chamber met for its Issues and Eggs Forum where Dr. Josh Arnold, the new superintendent of Culver City Unified School District, spoke on his plans for each school. During this event, Dr. Arnold was the recipient of 24 centennial history books.  The Chamber will be contributing two history books to each private school in Culver City that is a chamber [...]

September 11 Remembrance @ Fire Stations One, Two and Three

September 11 Remembrance @ Fire Stations One, Two and Three

The City of Culver City will have a remembrance ceremony to honor the men, women, children and first responders who lost their lives as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The Fire and Police Departments will host memorial services at each of the three City Fire Stations on Sunday, September 11, 2016. Members of the public are cordially invited to attend. Below is the ceremony schedule [...]

‘Kids at Hope’ Symposium Adds Space for … Kids!

‘Kids at Hope’ Symposium Adds Space for … Kids!

Tonight's 'Kids at Hope' Symposium has just added free childcare onsite from 6:15 to 8:30 pm. Parents who are wishing to attend can skip the phone calls to baby sitters and just bring the family. CCUSD and CCEF are thrilled to be partnering for tonight's symposium at the Robert Frost Auditorium from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday September 7, 2016. This FREE evening event will feature both [...]

IndieCade Will Move to USC Campus for 2016

IndieCade Will Move to USC Campus for 2016

The University of Southern California, home to one of the nation’s most respected and popular video game design programs will be hosting IndieCade, one of the industry’s biggest festivals. Going into it's 10th year, IndieCade has held the West Coast arm of the fest in Culver City since 2010. According to the Los Angeles Times, increasing development in Culver City forced the move. City [...]

Centennial Parade Still Open to New Entries

Centennial Parade Still Open to New Entries

The Culver City Centennial is kicking off this month with a parade up Culver Boulevard, and according to Parade Coordinator Laura Chardiet, "We are wrapping up our parade participant outreach but if someone still wants to join they can until Sept. 9th." This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and any group that's still considering participating should make plans quickly. Chardiet is enthused [...]

Pumilla Named as Assistant Superintendent

Pumilla Named as Assistant Superintendent

The Culver City Unified School District has announced that it has named Tracy Pumilia the District’s new Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, effective immediately. Tracy brings 26 years of service as a Bilingual Educator, Coordinator, Elementary Principal, and most recently, Director of Curriculum And Instruction to her new CCUSD role; and during her nine years as principal of [...]

Visioning Meeting on Transit Oriented Development

Visioning Meeting on Transit Oriented Development

The City Council is pleased to invite your participation in a Public Meeting concerning the release of the proposed Request for Proposals (RFP) for consultant services to conduct a Culver City Transit Oriented Development (TOD) District Visioning Study to inform the planning, design and operation of future TOD projects and identify area mobility improvements. Your input is needed. City [...]

Downtown Sets the Date to Kick Off Centennial Celebrations

Downtown Sets the Date to Kick Off Centennial Celebrations

Culver City is turning 100, and the city’s hip and historic downtown area is excited to kick off the year-long festivities. Downtown Culver City’s ‘Block Party of the Century’ will take place on Saturday, September 24 from 12:30 p.m. until 4 p.m. (immediately following the opening day ceremonies). A neighborhood-wide, interactive celebration of creativity, community and cuisine, the [...]

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar

It’s the bi-weekly report from City Manager John Nachbar – find out all the latest on Development, Police, Parks and Rec, Transportation and more.  Fire Department • Water First Program – Dr. Ira Diamond, Culver City resident, and Christine Parra, the City’s Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, were invited to give a presentation to the Los Angeles County Public Health [...]

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