Darrel Menthe is a progressive business leader who lives and works in downtown Culver City. Passionate about protecting our community and everyone in it, Darrel has already served Culver City in multiple capacities for many years and was instrumental in some of the most important new programs and innovations in our City.
President, Culver City Downtown Business Association
Currently in his fourth year as President of the Culver City Downtown Business Association, Darrel has been in charge of leading the development of downtown Culver City while preserving its quality of life for those who live, work and play downtown.
Vice Chair, Culver City Finance Advisory Committee
Appointed by the current City Council, this group of Culver City residents, businesspeople, labor and school representatives advises the City Council on financial matters to make sure all those who live and work in Culver City are served fairly and equally.
100th Anniversary Celebration
Helped the City celebrate its 100th anniversary as Vice President and Treasurer of the Culver City Centennial Celebration.
Annual Tree Lighting
Host and Organizer of Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, a family and environmentally friendly event that is a beloved annual tradition in Culver City.
Street Closure for Restaurants
Fought for the street closure in downtown that has allowed restaurants to continue to operate with outdoor dining – maintaining jobs and the community character that makes living here so special.
Dedicated Bike/Bus Lanes
Worked to implement Culver City’s first dedicated bus/bike lane as part of his ongoing commitment to get people out of their cars and help alleviate traffic and air pollution.
Supported by people and organizations we can trust!
U.S. Representative Karen Bass
“I am supporting Darrel Menthe for Culver City City Council because he is a progressive leader with a vision for his city. In this time of crisis we need bold ideas and Darrel is up to the task. Please join me in supporting his bid to move Culver City forward.”
Groups & Organizations
Darrel Menthe, who is one of eight candidates for three Culver City council seats, isn’t new to the playing field of getting things done in politics, and he certainly isn’t new to Culver City either.
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