Culver Parks

Our City Parks provide a great atmosphere for the local community and families. Our parks are surrounded by great views and provide a variety of activities for everyone.

Playground visitors are encouraged to wash hands before and after visiting a playground
Visitors must maintain physical distancing of at least six feet

Visitors must bring hand sanitizer and/or sanitizing wipes for personal use on any surfaces touched.

Individuals who are sick or may have contacted someone with COVID-19 should stay home and not use the park until they are well.

Park amenities will not be sanitized by the City of Culver
The Culver City parks’ restroom facilities remain closed and drinking fountains are not in service.
Hand sanitizer is not provided in the Park. Park users should bring their own water bottles and hygiene supplies such as hand sanitizer.


Brandon Johnson Memorial Splash Park

On June 19th, 2015 we lost a special 10-year old student to Brain Cancer. The small community of Culver spent a year raising funds to erect a splash park in Brandon Johnson’s honor. It is no small feat to try and raise $60,000 for a town of 1300 and we never could have accomplished it without the selfless help of Anderson Poolworks located in Wilsonville, Oregon.

As we struggled to just get to the $10,000 mark we received a call from Jason Schallock, a project manager for the company. He said they saw our GoFundMe site and they would like to donate to our cause. I thought they might donate a few things. Little did I know the extent of their donation. They took the project in hand, designed the entire splash pad and solicited donations from companies they work with. We broke ground for the project in April and the grand opening and ribbon cutting took place on June 25th at 11:30…just one year after we lost Brandon.

Coming Soon: New Multi-Purpose Basketball/Activity Court and proposed skate park

Lost and Found items will be kept at City Hall for several days.

Contact Donna to identify your item.

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