By city staff
Culver City’s Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations (EPO) Division invites the Culver City community to a discussion about the upcoming Washington Boulevard Stormwater Diversion Project, from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30 at the Coeur d’Alene Elementary School Auditorium (810 Coeur d’Alene Avenue).
When construction begins this summer, street parking will not be permitted on Washington Boulevard (from Walnut Avenue to Tivoli Avenue). In the preceding months, Culver City’s Public Works EPO Division will inform community members about potential traffic and parking impacts, starting with this community meeting.
The Washington Boulevard Stormwater Diversion Project will reduce pollutants from reaching the Marina del Rey Harbor and local beaches by diverting the discharge of stormwater and dry-weather runoff into the sanitary sewer system.
Additionally, it will result in Culver City’s compliance with the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permit and the Marina del Rey Enhanced Watershed Management Program Plan.
To learn more about this project, visit the Washington Boulevard Stormwater Diversion Project webpage for more information.
For questions regarding the community meeting, contact Senior Civil Engineer Lee Torres at 310-253-6457 or email@example.com.