Official Site of Sunkist Park in Culver City, California

Welcome to the official Web site of Sunkist Park, located in the southwest area of beautiful Culver City.

Sunkist Park has approximately 850 households, a public park (El Marino), a Fire Station (#3), an elementary school (El Marino Language School–Spanish and Japanese immersion), and hundreds of great people! Sunkist Park is bounded by Sepulveda Boulevard, the La Ballona Creek and Mesmer Avenue. We are perfectly located just minutes from the 405 Freeway, Los Angeles International Airport, Marina del Rey, and so much more.

Click here to see the neighborhood map.

On this site, you will find a wealth of up-to-the-minute information about upcoming events in Sunkist Park, the city of Culver City and our neighborhood watch program. If you reside in Sunkist Park we even have a neighborhood directory for you to post your services or products. Click here to add your information. We will continue to upgrade and improve this site as time goes on, and we are truly interested in what you would like to find here in the future, so please tell us!

Whether you reside in Sunkist Park, one of the most desirable areas to live in the Heart of Screenland, or are just visiting our neighborhood Web site, please enjoy it!

Sunkist Park is more than a neighborhood, it’s family!

Sincerely,
Chip Netzel
Sunkist Park Neighborhood Watch

 

Upcoming Events

Hi Sunkist Park Neighbors:

The waiting is over. Here are the details for our first Neighborhood Watch Meeting:

WHEN: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
TIME: 7:00PM
WHERE: EL MARINO PARK IN THE PARK BUILDING

GUEST SPEAKER: Scott Bixby, Chief of Police, Culver City Police Department

Lt. Emery Eccles (CCPD) will also be on hand to provide us with an overview of crime statistics in Sunkist Park.

FREE RAFFLE (Great Prizes)
Refreshments will be served


Chip Netzel

President
chip@sunkistpark.org

 

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The area surrounding what is now El Marino School was annexed in 1949 as the Overland-Mesmer Annexation, listed as the 9th piece of the puzzle that became Culver City. More...