As part of its General Plan Update (GPU), the City of Culver City is hosting a Speaker Series to inform, educate, and discuss issues that are important to everyone who lives, works, plays, and learns in Culver City. With the community’s help, the project team will create a GPU plan that maintains Culver City’s uniqueness while creating opportunities for improving our economic growth, transportation, housing, climate change resilience, and more. We’ve established the Speaker Series to inspire you to help shape the future of Culver City.
On Wednesday, March 4, Culver City welcomes Kevin Klowden for a presentation on Regional Economics – How Culver City Functions as Part of a Larger Regional Economy. As the Executive Director of the Milken Institute’s Center for Regional Economics and California Center, Klowden advises both the state and the federal government on regional economic development issues. He specializes in the study of key factors that underlie the development of competitive regional economies and how they are influenced by public policy. What is Culver City’s role within the regional economy? Klowden will address this question, in addition to speaking on key trends, challenges, and issues — such as the relationship between transportation, jobs, and housing.
Learn more about the event and RSVP on Eventbrite.
Complimentary on-site childcare and reasonable accommodation are available upon notifying staff by Tuesday, March 3, before 5:00 PM. Children must be toilet trained to be eligible for childcare services. Please email City staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call tel:1-310-253-5740 to arrange for childcare and/or reasonable accommodation and learn more about the event.
Advance Planning, a Community Development Department division, leads the General Plan Update process and Speaker Series. Advance Planning staff and the City’s consultants will conduct various studies and update the General Plan to plan for the future of Culver City and address factors that can improve daily life for all—from getting around town more easily, to breathing cleaner air, to building more community-friendly spaces.