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File #: 24-12    Version: 1 Name: SK Park Stormwater Project Presentation
Type: Presentation Status: Action Item
On agenda: 7/6/2023 Final action:
Title: PRCS - PRESENTATION: Receive Presentation of Syd Kronenthal Park Stormwater Project Feasibility Study
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PRCS - PRESENTATION: Receive Presentation of Syd Kronenthal Park Stormwater Project Feasibility Study

Meeting Date: July 6, 2023

Contact Person/Dept: Sean Singletary/Public Works - Environmental Programs & Operations
Phone Number: (310) 253-6457

Fiscal Impact: Yes [X] No [] General Fund: Yes [] No [X]

Attachments: []

Public Notification: (E-mail) Meetings and Agendas - Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission (06/29/2023); (E-mail) Parks, Recreation & Community Service Department Updates (06/29/2023)

Department Approval: Armando Abrego, PRCS Director (06/29/2023)


The City of Culver City's stormwater pollution efforts are driven by the Los Angeles County Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permit (MS4 Permit), which became effective on December 28, 2012, in accordance with the Clean Water Act. In 2021, the permit was updated to include 85 cities of Los Angeles County, Ventura County Watershed Protection District, the County of Ventura, and 10 cities within Ventura County. Culver City takes a regional approach at compliance by partnering with other agencies within the watershed for annual reporting, water quality monitoring, project implementation and other tasks. The Ballona Creek Watershed Management Group (WMG) is comprised of Culver City, County of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFCD), and the Cities of Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Santa Monica, and Inglewood. In addition to regional compliance efforts, Culver City also addresses stormwater pollution through the construction of capital projects; enhanced street sweeping and catch basin cleaning efforts; hazardous waste, electronic waste and used oil events; inspections of businesses and construction sites to confirm no pollutants are entering the storm drain system; sanitary sewer overflow prevention efforts; and other programs intended to ens...

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