2023 News

03-05 Community Meeting with Culver City Mayor Albert Vera and Board of Education President Paula Amezola

Given the positive response we received from our City Council candidates forum in the fall, the Lindberg Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA) is continuing our efforts to keep the community informed and connected to our city’s leaders.  On Sunday, March 5th at 4pm at the Stone House, we will be holding a Community Meeting where attendees will get updates from the LPNA Board and Culver City Police Department. Then, we are honored to have Culver City Mayor Albert Vera speak to us and answer questions, followed by Board of Education President Paula Amezola

To make their time with us as productive and relevant as possible, we would like to ask you to submit questions for them using this survey (which will be live until Friday, February 24th):

There will be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions directly but, in the interest of time, we’d like Mayor Vera and Ms. Amezola to tailor their opening remarks to what our community cares about most.  

We are looking forward to your responses and to seeing you on March 5th.

2022 News

11-06 CCPD Etching Event

Dear Lindberg Park Neighbors - Please see the invitation below from Lt. Andrew Bellante.

Hello everyone, I hope all is well!

I am writing to advise you all of an etching event to help deter catalytic converter theft that my Partnerships in Policing Team, along with the Police Officers Association is hosting at the Westfield Mall (please see attached flier).

The event will be hosted on November 6th from 0700 to 1100. The event is free for any Culver City resident or business owner.  To attend the event all that needs to be done is that the attendee register on this link.  Registration is mandatory to attend the event.

Culver City Police Department: Catalytic Converter Etching (

Lt. Andrew Bellante

10-09 Candidate Forum at the Stone House

The Lindberg Park Neighborhood Association sponsored a well-attended candidate forum in advance of the November City Council election. The forum took place from 3:00-4:30 pm in the Stone House at Lindberg Park. We are very excited that our community had an opportunity to hear how the candidates, if elected, will address the issues that matter most to us.

The candidates were asked predetermined questions and each had an opportunity to respond in a set amount of time. Note that the questions were compiled from the Neighborhood Survey from September.

08-02 Culver City Police Department National Night Out

Veterans Memorial Park


August 2nd (Tuesday)

4117 Overland Ave

07-04 Annual 4th of July Parade

05-22 General Meeting

Agenda highlights:


2022-05-22 General Meeting

03-30 Resources

Find some useful neighborhood resources at the Resources page.

02-17 Board Positions Up for Election

Hello and Greeting Neighbors!!

The Lindberg Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA) is closing in on three years old!  Thank you for your participation.  

In our short time, we've endured a lot of uncertainty with Covid, local zoning issues and new-development discussions, local funding changes and other neighborhood issues.

The LPNA Board has been meeting over the past year, and continues to keep the neighborhood informed on issues impacting our area.

Our Neighborhood Association is only as strong as you, our neighbors. Four Board positions are up for election. 

Please consider joining the Board, and be part of the conversations and planning for the Lindberg Park neighborhood. If you want to run for the Board, please fill out this form:

We'll accept Candidate submissions until March 12th and will hold an online election afterwards.

We hope to meet in-person (outside) in May! Thank you and please consider running for the Board.

Your LPNA Board

03-11 Ballona Creek Trash Interceptor™ Pilot Project

Dear Neighbors,

In case you were not aware, in 2019, the LA County Board of Supervisors passed a motion directing their Public Works Department to address trash in Ballona Creek as a high priority issue. Subsequently, The Ocean Cleanup, an international Dutch non-profit organization, approached Public Works with a unique partnership opportunity to deploy a trash collection device, known as the Interceptor, on the Creek.  It will be the first time this device has been used in the United States.

If you’re interested in learning more, there is a virtual meeting on Wednesday, March 23rd at 6pm to discuss the project, which should be rolling out later this year.  Here is a link to the meeting details:

Ballona Creek Trash Interceptor™ Pilot Project -

2021 News

11-28 Lindberg Park Newsletter

Dear Lindberg Park Neighbors –

As 2021 closes, and life approaches a new normal, we thought we would sum up the activities here with the Lindberg Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA). In lieu of an in-person neighborhood meeting, which is quarterly held at the Stone House, we extend this newsletter to provide an update on the LPNA activities. We are hoping to re-establish in-person meetings next year.  Fingers crossed.


The LPNA mission continues to “support the overall safety, community and well-being of the Lindberg Park neighborhood through community awareness, engagement and action.” As the Board, we strive to support the Association in this way by providing leadership, direction and action, as needed in our community.  We have tried to stay apolitical, but still try to provide information which impacts our community, and encourage our members to be involved. 

Board Members:

Our current board consists of Carolyn Wispe-Burns, Ann Bishop (Social Engagement), Janet Levine (Treasurer), Nina Harvey, David Winslow (President), Mike Scarano (VP), Ross Piro (Traffic and Lighting), Peter Huang (Tech. consultant) and Ellen Goodridge.  The last five have their terms expiring early next year, so we will hold virtual elections.  If you are interested in serving on our board, please contact us on the emails below!  Further information will be provided.

Major Issues involving Lindberg Park:

11111 Jefferson Blvd (Post Office) Re-Development: After numerous meetings with the community (including several with LPNA), the 11111 Jefferson Project was submitted to both the City Planning Commission and City Council, and was approved.  LPNA did not provide a support or no-support to the project, but many neighbors did provide direct opinions during the City Council meetings.

The project provides direct funding for Greenland Space.  The City Council provided clear direction that this funding (between $1-2M) be divided up between the three parks nearest the development, Lindberg Park being one of them.

Park Covered-Picnic Area Upgrade: The Culver City Parks And Recreation department has set aside funds for the upgrade of the picnic area near the Stone House.  This funding is independent of the funds mentioned above. The new area will be ADA compliant and provide new benches, awnings and pathways.  Direct neighborhood involvement ensured that the plans were updated to preserve a much loved tree in the middle of the area.

Single Family Residence Zoning: LPNA has not taken a stand on this topic, as some residents support eliminating single family residence zoning, and some don’t.  The Board agrees this would likely impact the neighborhood, and has tried to provide information to the members to help them make up their own mind, and encourage them to use their voice to express their opinion.  Currently, the State of California Senate Bill 9 has removed the SFR Zoning 

but we have not seen this specifically incorporated into our community. There are several local groups who are trying to fight these actions.  We encourage you to look into these matters and be active. 

SB9 link:

Traffic and Lighting:

No updates at this time, but we are actively working with the City to make our neighborhood safer and hope to have positive news to share in the New Year.

Social Engagement:

We were excited to see the Annual Lindberg Park Fourth of July Party this year!!!  Woot! Woot!  Thank you to our friends who run this every year.  They do an amazing job.

The SEC has continued to provide a “Welcome” package for new residents to the neighborhood. Developed with the City Hall, the package contains information on the City Services, including City Arts Program, Recycling and Sanitation programs, and Bus information. Each package also includes some home-baked surprises from one of our Board members!  

Neighborhood Watch and Emergency Preparedness:

The LPNA was formed almost as an outgrowth of the strong Neighborhood Watch program which has been vital in our community for over 30 years!  We ask every resident to keep an eye out for each other, and report incidents and issues appropriately, whether to emergency services, animal control or other services.

The Neighborhood Watch and Emergency Preparedness Committees are beginning to go through some changes and updates, which we hope to roll out at the beginning of next year. 

Police Report Summary:

The crime statistics for the past year in Lindberg Park shown below are from CCPD.

Theft – 14

Motor Vehicle Theft – 2

Aggravated Assault – 2

Residential Burglary – 3

Commercial Burglary – 3

Commercial Robbery – 4

If you do see something suspicious in the neighborhood, please contact CCPD immediately.  

If you have been a victim of a crime, please contact CCPD and have a report generated, this will allow the activity to be officially reported and tracked in the database.  Many neighbors have not seen known activities in the database because a report was not requested by the victim.

Remember, please lock your houses and your cars, remove any valuables from your cars. And slow down when driving in the neighborhood, especially with so many extra cyclists, walkers and runners around the park.

Thank you again for your support of the Lindberg Park Neighborhood Association.

If you have any questions or comments, please email us at

Thank you.

David Winslow – President, LPNA

Mike Scarano – Vice President, LPNA

11-07 Burglary Report

Last night (Saturday, 11/6/21) the CCPD responded to a burglary report at a home near the intersection of Westwood and Virginia. Both drones and canine were deployed, but no suspects were found. 

As always, review your home-security plan. Ensure that all doors and windows are locked when you leave home. Consider installing motion-based light detectors (without lighting up your neighbor's house!), a motion-based home-security system, and external security cameras.

Lindberg Park Neighborhood Association

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