Agenda Changes for March 18 City Council Meeting – Council Reorganizes Around Coronvirus

Tonight’s City Council Meeting will be broadcast only, and the agenda has been changed since the original release last week.

The City Council will not consider whether to establish a residential rental registration fee of up to $71 per unit. The item, which would also address fees for late payments, failure to register, and change in ownership, at a future City Council meeting to be determined.

Special Meeting is scheduled in replacement of the March 16 Regular City Council Meeting due to new recommendations from public health officials to postpone or cancel certain gatherings due to safety concerns surrounding novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Special Meeting will take place via teleconference in order to allow for social distancing to help slow the spread of coronavirus and protect at-risk populations (such as older adults, those with underlying health conditions, and pregnant women) as recommended by public health officials. The Council will participate from remote teleconference locations and will not be in the Council Chambers.  In the interest of public health, the public is encouraged to participate remotely and submit any comments via email.

How to Participate Remotely:

Meetings can be viewed live in Culver City on Channel 35 by Time Warner subscribers, on Channel 37 by Verizon FIOS subscribers and, for AT&T Uverse subscribers, by going to Channel 99. A live stream is available on as well as the City’s website.

  Click here to view the agenda when available and to watch the live stream beginning at 7PM on the meeting date.

How to Submit a Comment via Email:

If you would like to make a comment for placement in the record, please email [email protected]. At this meeting, comments received via email will be read aloud into the record.

More information on the City of Culver City response to coronavirus is available online.




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