The enormous construction project that has kept Culver Boulevard to one lane and closed the bike path on that section of street is part of a long term shift in how Culver City – and Southern California – treats the water that falls from the sky. Why this is important and what its impact will be will be the focus of a community meeting coming later this month.
Members of the public are invited to attend a virtual Public Works Community Meeting regarding the Stormwater Quality Master Plan on June 24 at 6 pm. The Stormwater Quality Master Plan is a customized tool to guide the City’s stormwater quality compliance strategy, prioritize best management practices, prioritize spending, identify potential project partners, and maximize grant funding opportunities.
Based on the physical characteristics of Culver City and current stormwater quality goals and requirements, the Stormwater Quality Master Plan has identified and analyzed over 400 potential project opportunities for capturing and managing stormwater in the Ballona Creek Watershed.
The Environmental Programs & Operations Division (EPO) of the Public Works Department will host the virtual workshop meetings on Thursday June 24, 2021 at 6:00 PM.
Members of the public are invited to these workshops to learn more about the Stormwater Quality Master Plan and the potential project opportunities and provide community input.
To register to attend the workshop or submit question/comment in advance, go to /www.culvercity.org/City-Projects/Stormwater-Quality-Master-Plan-SWQMP/Community-Meeting-PWEPO-Stormwater
Visit the City’s website to Learn More about the Stormwater Quality Master Plan and find links to current and future stormwater projects and other City environmental initiatives.