Culver City News
July 2, 2009
Culver City's Animal Services Officer Started July 1, 2009.
As of July 1, 2009, Culver City has begun its two-year Animal Services pilot program and our officer has hit the streets handling animal related calls-for-service and investigations in the city. The new program is under the supervision of the police department. Our Animal Services Officer will be on duty Monday - Thursday, 10am - 8pm. During the off service hours Los Angeles County Animal Care & Control will be covering calls-for-service.
Residents should call the police department at 310-837-1221 for routine matters. Emergency calls to 911 should be used with discretion.
Dog Licensing Requirements: Culver City residents who own a dog over four months of age are required to obtain a Culver City Dog License. To obtain a dog license you are required to have: A current rabies vaccination certificate; A microchip identification certificate; and a spay or neuter certificate*. The fees for a Culver City Dog License are $25 per dog, or $45 if the dog is not spayed or neutered*.
Cat licenses are voluntary, however cats should be vaccinated and should have a microchip implanted to aid in identification and recovery.
Households are limited to a maximum of three dogs and three cats over four months of age. Any other numbers require a special permit.
*Certain show dogs and dogs with a verified veterinarian exemption may not require spaying or neutering.
For further information you may visit the Culver City Web Site.