Community Benefits

We place an emphasis on programs and initiatives that improve science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education to help students acquire the skills necessary for success in a global, knowledge-based economy and society.

Landscaping Plan

Landscaping improvements began in 2005 with a major visual enhancement at the intersection of Stocker Street and Fairfax Avenue. We are proud to announce that the implementation of the seven-phase Landscaping Plan has started, the existing landscaping along the public thoroughfares of La Cienega Boulevard and Stocker Street (installed a decade ago by LA County) will be significantly enhanced and new landscaping will be installed along Fairfax Avenue and La Brea Avenue to visually improve the appearance of those corridors.

We pride ourselves on being a leading corporate citizen.Our charitable contributions are geared towards supporting programs that improve the quality of life for citizens in the communities where we have a presence.

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Sheriff’s Youth Foundation of Los Angeles County –
American Cancer Society –
American Diabetes Association –
Blues School
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City Lites Network –
Culver City Community Musical Theater Program -
Culver City Community Scholarship Fund
Culver City Education Foundation –
Culver City Police Officers Association –
Energy Partners Fund –
Foundation for the Junior Blind –
Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce –
Habitat for Humanity –
J. Technical Institute
Ladera Little League –
LARP Literary Council –
Los Angeles County Alliance for Boys & Girls Clubs –
Los Angeles County Police Canine Association –
Make-A-Wish –
March of Dimes –
My Friends Place –
Pan African Film Festival –
People to People Ambassador Program –
Special Needs Network –
Special Olympics –
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United Way –
Urban Policy Roundtable -
West Los Angeles College –
World Impact –
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About The CSD

This C.S.D. ordinance itself actually establishes a new standard for mitigation monitoring in Los Angeles County.

- Bruce McClendon: (former) Planning Director for Los Angeles County