Culver City Dumpster Rental
Dumpstars dumpster rental services all neighborhoods of Culver City with 3,4 and 6 yard dumpsters. To work out how what size dumpster your require, see our Dumpster Sizes page.
For trash hauling, trash removal or dumpster rental, call DumpStars on 888-818-6488. Dumpsters can be rented directly through our website. Click on the button above to order.
Alternatively, our West LA local depot can be contacted on 310-745-3607
Culver City Information
First known inhabitants: Gabrielino Indians
Characteristics: peace loving, monotheistic, highly developed language, had a system of money, named for their nearness to the San Gabriel Mission
Early Settlers: Agustin Machado, early 1800s, founded Rancho La Ballona* with his brother Ygnacio Machado and Felipe and Tomás Talamantes
Other early families: Higuera, Ybarra, Lugo, Rocha and Saenz
Culver City's Founder: Harry H. Culver (announced his plans in LA in 1913)
Year of Incorporation: 1917
Charter City : 1947
City's area at incorporation: 1.2 square miles
City's area in 2001: 4.987 square miles, approx. (due to 42 annexations)
Culver City Flower: Lantana
Current Population: 38,000 (2000 census)
Wording on City Seal: City of Culver City-The Heart of Screenland-Incorporated 1917
City Hall: 9770 Culver Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232
Early elected officials: Trustees
Current Elected City Officials:
5 member City Council (elections in April, even-numbered years)
Every April, the Council and Redevelopment Agency rotate jobs, including Mayor and Agency Chair.
Culver City Unified School District-a unified (K-12)district since 1949
5 member Board of Education (elections in November, odd-numbered years)
Culver City has 5 operating public elementary schools (including a language magnet), Culver City Middle school, Culver City High School, Culver Park High School (alternative high school), Adult School, and a Children's Center.
LA County Board of Supervisors: 2nd Supervisorial District
47th Assembly District
26th Senate District
33rd U. S. Congressional District:
2 U. S. Senators
* Rancho Rincón de los Bueyes was the second rancho from which Culver City was carved.