A new Trash Interceptor is coming to Ballona Creek!
Stay tuned for updates
Trash Interceptor

Takin’ it from the Streets! is happening!! Sat. April 17 2021 9am-12pm
We will be giving away buckets and gloves to help you clean up your neighborhood.
Stop by one of these locations:
Driveway across from the creek at 12213 Culver Drive 90230
In front of Mar Vista Family Center at 5075 S. Slauson Ave. 90230
In front of Stoner Ave. Elementary at 11735 Braddock Dr. 90230
Takin’ it from the Streets!

CC Polystyrene Ban on take-out containers and more is now in effect!
PS Ban

DUE TO PUBLIC SAFETY CONCERNS THERE WILL BE NO BALLONA CREEK PUBLIC CLEANUPS
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
WE WILL BE BACK NEXT YEAR!
Upcoming Cleanups

Check out our new Ballona Creek Renaissance YouTube channel
BCR YouTube Channel

Stay Safe!!
Next Cleanup


Who We Are

Ballona Creek Renaissance (BCR) is a Culver City-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to facilitating the long-term renewal of Ballona Creek and its watershed. In partnership with public agencies, non-profit organizations, schools, businesses and community members, BCR promotes environmental, artistic, recreational and educational projects while respecting the creek’s essential role in regional flood protection.

What We Improve

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Current Projects

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  • Creek Cleanups

    Several times a year, BCR arranges a creek or wetlands cleanup, along with partners such as other organizations or public agencies.

  • Native Plant Gardens

    Native California plants, especially those suited to the location you’re going to plant them, need far less water than all those plants with huge, gorgeous flowers and high-maintenance grassy lawns.


  • Native Plant Gardens

    Native California plants, especially those suited to the location you’re going to plant them, need far less water than all those plants with huge, gorgeous flowers and high-maintenance grassy lawns.

  • Creek Cleanups

    Several times a year, BCR arranges a creek or wetlands cleanup, along with partners such as other organizations or public agencies.