Culver City

Culver City neighborhoods include Blair Hills, Carlson Park, Culver West, Del Rey, Fox Hills and Veteran's Park.

Located on the western side of Los Angeles, Culver City is situated at the intersection of the Santa Monica and the San Diego Freeways. It has a population of 41,464 residents with 5 elementary schools, 1 middle school, 1 high school, 1 continuation school, and an independent study school. Culver City provides high quality education to their students.

  • Culver City Homeowners Association Inc.
  • 4135 Lafayette Place
  • Culver City, CA 90232
  • Phone: 310.838.6941
  • Contact: Jackie McCain


Blair Hills

Blair Hills was annexed by Culver City when Will Rogers Jr. was the district's Congressman. He was also the owner of a ranch in the area. Most of the homes were developed by the Stone and Stone Construction Company. The owner of the company was allowed to name some of the street names such as Blairstone (after his granddaughter), Howardview (his son), Lenawee (for his mother), Stoneview, and Vicstone.

  • Blair Hills Neighborhood Association
    Web site Membership: $10 a year

    5802 Vicstone Court

    Culver City, CA 90232

    Phone: 310.202.0190

    Contact: Jonathon Melvins

Culver West

Located in western Los Angeles, Culver West is a quiet neighborhood, just minutes away from the ocean. Its boundaries are Washington Blvd. on the north, Moore St. to the west, Short Ave. to the south, and Neosho Ave. to the east. Culver West uses the services of Culver City's Fire and Police Departments. It is close to LAX and the 10 and 405 Freeways.

  • Culver West Neighborhood Association
  • 4237 Neosho Ave.
  • Los Angeles,CA 90066
  • Web site
  • Phone: 310.398.3183
  • Contact: Scott Malsin


Del Rey

This diverse community is characterized by its ethnic diversity. There are immigrants from Guatemala, El Salvador, Mexico, and Japan. The residents are friendly and supportive of their community.

There is a large population of young residents who are looking to find a better environment and a place to raise their children. They are also attracted to the outdoor lifestyle that Del Rey provides. The other growing population is that of the elderly; the elder residents present special needs in which the city must accommodate. Thus, the Del Rey Homeowners & Neighbors Association pushes for the implementation of programs for the elderly.

  • Del Rey Homeowners and Neighbors Association
  • P.O. Box 661450
  • Los Angeles, CA 90066
  • Voicemail System: 310.842.6385
  • Membership dues: $5.00 per member per year; no more than $10.00 per household


Fox Hills

Fox Hills is located within the boundaries of Culver City. It has its own association, Fox Hills Property Owners' Association also known as Fox Hills Neighborhood Association. It has a Board of Directors that meets once a month. Currently there are three committees: traffic committee, park committee, and membership committee.

The annual membership dues are:

  • Individuals--$10Seniors--$5


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