How to Become a Commissioner
The City Council recommends individuals interested in serving on a City commission first participate in the Team Beverly Hills Residential Educational Program to become acquainted with the City operations. When commission vacancies occur, announcements are made at City Council meetings, notices are published in the local newspapers, posted on City of Beverly Hills Municipal Government television access Channel BHTV10 Time Warner Cable and posted on this webpage.
Application forms are available from the City Clerk's Office when a vacancy is announced.
Applicants must be residents of the City for a minimum of two years prior to filing an application. The residency requirement does not apply to certain Architectural Commission and Human Relations Commission positions. Residency is defined as an applicant's residence must be such that it would entitle them to register to vote in Beverly Hills Municipal elections. Applicants are not required to be registered voters.
Commission vacancies are currently available for the following commissions:
- Traffic & Parking Commission