Culver City Community Information

Education

Culver City is part of the excellent Culver City Unified School District, which is made up of five elementary schools, one middle school, two high schools, a Community Day School, an Office of Child Development and an adult school. For those who are ready to make the jump into a collegiate environment, there are a number of universities and colleges that are ready to nurture your academic passions. These include the University of California Los Angeles, University of Southern California, California State University Los Angeles, Occidental College, West Los Angeles College, and Antioch University Los Angeles.

Economy

Culver City is home to a booming economy, particularly in the field of the arts. The Culver City Art District and Sony Pictures Studio are both located in Culver City. Areas of employment that provide the most opportunities for residents include Arts, Entertainment and Recreation, Computer Services and Government and Public Recreation. The current unemployment rate in Culver City 11.4% and the median household income is $53,000.

Attractions

Whether you’re a resident or are just visiting, Culver City has a number of attractions and points of interest to check out. Culver City Main Street is known as for its unique shops and as one of the world’s shortest Main Streets. King Fahd Mosque can accommodate more than 2,000 worshippers and is known for its minaret that is more than seventy feet in height. The Actor’s Gang is an experimental theater group and theater that puts on daring reinterpretations of the classics. The Culver City Art District is a cluster of more than twenty contemporary art galleries. The Jazz Bakery is the only nonprofit jazz venue in the greater Los Angeles area. The Culver City Public Theatre is known for its unusual stage productions and summer season of free outdoor classical theatre productions. Other points of interest include the Culver Hotel, where many of The Wizard of Oz cast stayed during the filming of the classic movie, and Sony Pictures Plaza.

Parks and Recreation

There are numerous recreational opportunities in Culver City. The Culver Ice Arena is an ice skater’s dream as it is a public ice skating arena that is open year round. The Ballona Creek Bicycle Path is a six mile path that runs the entire length of the Ballona Creek. In addition, residences may also ride the Culver Boulevard Median Bicycle Path, which is a bicycle path that follows Culver Boulevard. If you’re looking to practice your swing out on the links, there are a number of golf courses located in and near Culver City. A few of these include Westchester Golf Course, Rancho Golf Center, the Beverly Hills Country Club, and the Hillcrest Country Club. Residents of Culver City are also fortunate enough to live next to Santa Monica Beach, one of the prettiest beaches in all of Los Angeles County.

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