The City Hall for Culver City -- "The Heart of Screenland" -- is the center of municipal administration and many of…More the city's services. The offices and departments here include: the city attorney, city clerk, community development, credit union, enforcement services, finance department, fire department, human resources, information technology, parks, recreation, community services, police department, public works and transportation. A full directory of departments and staff is available on the website. This building opened in 1995, replacing the original City Hall that was built in 1928.
Check the City's main calendar for City Council meetings, minutes, activities, and the City Hall schedule.
Transpacific Management Service 6101 W Centinela Ave, Culver City, CA90230 Since 1966, Transpacific Management Service has combined leadership with advanced financial and customer service systems…More to serve community associations. The company helps facilitate community meetings, budgeting and elections, in addition to guiding builders and developers through the planning process. As the first community association management firm in Orange County, the company currently represents more than 275 community associations, including small communities, large master-planned developments, high-rise condominiums and mixed-use developments.
The Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City is the newest member of Center Theatre Group's family of…More theatres (which includes the Mark Taper Forum and Ahmanson Theatre at the Los Angeles Music Center). The 317-seat venue, located in a renovated historic theatre, opened in October 2004. Artistic Director Michael Ritchie selects classics, world premieres, and original musicals to broaden the audience and artistic range of the venue.
Annually, Center Theatre Group has the option to offer dates at the Kirk Douglas Theatre for use by Culver City-based community and cultural organizations. This is made possible through The Kirk Douglas Theatre Community Access Program, which was developed as part of the lease arrangement for the theatre.
For more information about the program, contact Susan Obrow at 310-253-5762.
Turning Point School provides a Montessori education for students from pre-school through 8th grade. The curriculum…More for all levels is divided into academic studies, creative development, physical education, social development and character-building activities, while special programs include Community Service Learning, Human Development, a family program, a mentor program and the school's own K-1 Model. Child care, after-school programs and summer camp are also offered.
The school was established in 1970 in Bel Air, and has been at its current location since 1989. With the acquisition of a neighboring building, the school is currently undergoing an expansion to accommodate more students and facilities.