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News

Vollyball Coaches Wanted

Vollyball Coaches Wanted

Supporting the growth of youth volleyball participation in Culver City, former Centaur volleyball head coach and athletic director Marty Siegal is recruiting volleyball coaches for next season of the Culver City Middle School team and Culver Volleyball Club. “If you enjoy coaching volleyball and working with young enthusiastic players give us a call,” said Siegal. Applicants must be [...]

Expo Construction – Lane Closures This Weekend

Expo Construction – Lane Closures This Weekend

Expect weekend lane closures for roadway improvements from 9:00 p.m., Friday, June 12 – 3:00 p.m., Monday, June 15, 2015 on the Southbound National Boulevard, just north of Venice Boulevard and the Northbound Robertson Boulevard, just south of Venice Boulevard Southbound National Boulevard will be reduced to one lane of traffic between Venice Boulevard and 200 feet north of the intersection. [...]

Jet Noise? Comments Open for FAA

Jet Noise? Comments Open for FAA

The City Council wants the community to be aware that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced its intention to release a Draft Environmental Assessment (Draft EA) related to the implementation of the Southern California Metroplex on June 10, 2015. The City has posted the information received from the FAA on the City's website at the above link. Once the Draft EA has been [...]

Film Screening to Celebrate 25 Years for ADA

Film Screening to Celebrate 25 Years for ADA

This July marks the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The landmark legislation was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush in 1990 and ushered in civil rights protections to individuals with disabilities. The ADA assured equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities for access to businesses, employment, transportation, government programs and services, and [...]

CC Lacrosse Takes Second in All-Ocean League

CC Lacrosse Takes Second in All-Ocean League

All-Ocean League, the local standard for Lacrosee the set end of the season rankings with Culver Cit coming in second to El Segundo at the top of the list. Lacrosse Coach Brooks Roscoe of El Segundo (13-5) was named Coach of the Year.  The El Segundo boys lacrosse team captured the Ocean League title in its first season in the league, defeating Culver City 12-11 in its [...]

Water Use and Public Opinion

Water Use and Public Opinion

Californians see water and drought as the most important issue facing the state, and most residents say people in their region are not doing enough to respond. These are among the key findings of a statewide survey released today by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), with funding from The James Irvine Foundation. For the first time in a PPIC survey, Californians are most likely [...]

City Schedules Meeting for Info on Smoking Ban

City Schedules Meeting for Info on Smoking Ban

On June 11, 2015 at 6:30 p.m., the City will be holding the second of several meetings throughout the community to provide outreach and education to landlords, tenants, HOA boards and homeowners of multi-unit housing regarding the City Council adopted smoking ban in multi-unit housing (including apartments, condominiums and townhomes). Please visit the following link for more details about [...]

Expo Phase 2 Meetings – Los Angeles and Santa Monica

Expo Phase 2 Meetings – Los Angeles and Santa Monica

As construction on Phase 2 of the Expo Line nears completion, the Expo Construction Authority invites you to a final construction update meeting. Stakeholders will receive an overview of remaining construction work and train testing activities, and will also hear from Metro staff regarding plans for system startup and transit safety education. The format will include a short presentation followed [...]

Culver-Palms YMCA Repaves Parking and Primps Preschool

Culver-Palms YMCA Repaves Parking and Primps Preschool

Renovations to the driveway and back parking lot at Culver-Palms Family YMCA didn't just repair the potholes and line up the parking spaces - It also included the grading and paving of the preschool's bike yard. On Tuesday, May 26, Chairman of the Y Board Mike Snell, Board Member & President of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce Steve Rose, and Board Member David Oliver joined the Y's [...]

State Water Board Cites Improved Conservation Rate

State Water Board Cites Improved Conservation Rate

With a mandatory average conservation rate of 25 percent beginning this month for all state residents, the State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) announced that Californians in cities and towns increased their water conservation to 13.5 percent in April. In addition, nearly 400 water suppliers responded to a first-ever enforcement report, indicating a high level of local [...]

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