City of Culver City logoThe City of Culver City’s Economic Recovery Task Force is launching the #ChooseCulverCity buy local campaign to support community businesses and encourage consumers to choose local when shopping, dining, or requiring services.  The campaign focuses on why individuals should choose Culver City and how buying local stimulates the regional economy, provides jobs, and helps with economic recovery. The City is calling on both residents and businesses to help spread the word and promote the awareness initiative.

“As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our small businesses, it is important to think local first and choose Culver City” notes Mayor Göran Eriksson. “Buying local keeps businesses open, maintains our community character, and ensures a quality of life that makes Culver City an exceptional place to live, work and enjoy.”

Individuals and businesses interested in promoting this program may request materials such as lawn signs, decals, pins, posters by emailing Elaine Warner at or by calling her at (310) 253-5777.  Logos and social media collateral are available for download on the City’s webpage.

Individuals and businesses are reminded to wear a mask, maintain social distance, and follow all other State, County, and City public health recommendations when shopping and dining locally.

For  more information about the program or assistance in promoting the program, please email Elaine Warner at or call her at (310) 253-5777. The City of Culver City’s facilitation of the #ChooseCulverCity Buy Local Campaign is intended to support the business community at large and should not be construed as a recommendation, certification or endorsement of any particular business or employer. Participation in the campaign is voluntary.

About Culver City

Culver City is a five-square-mile, urban community of 39,000 residents surrounded mostly by the City of Los Angeles but also shares a border with unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. It is centrally located on the Westside near Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Los Angeles International Airport.  Culver City is particularly known for its well-run public school system, “small town” charm, growing high-tech and creative economies, and a dynamic downtown that is regionally known as a destination for restaurants, live theater, and art galleries.