Beverly Hills, CA (March 12, 2020) – In response to the concerns surrounding Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and to promote public health by minimizing opportunities to congregate, the City of Beverly Hills has announced it will temporarily close its Public Library beginning Thursday, March 12th at 6 p.m., immediately suspend all Senior Programs and cancel its Sunday Farmers’ Market beginning this Sunday, March 15th until further notice. Additionally, the City has put into effect the postponement of all City sponsored activities and events through the month of March.
“Our top priority is the safety and well-being of our community, staff, volunteers, community partners, farmers and vendors,” said Director of Community Services Jenny Rogers.
“We are aware of the impact that will be felt as a result of these closures and want to further reiterate how committed we are to everyone remaining healthy during this time. We are all going through this together and look forward to welcoming back these activities and opening our Library doors again soon.”
Librarians and library staff will be available to answer questions by emailing Reference@beveryhills.org or by dialing (310) 288-2244.
Beverly Hills City Hall will remain open at this time for business and continues stringent sanitizing of its City buildings and facilities.
For questions regarding Senior Programs or the Farmers’ Market, please dial (310) 285-6840.
For inquiries regarding City sponsored events and activities, please dial (310) 285-6830.
As the Novel Coronavirus continues to evolve, please visit www.beverlyhills.org/novelcoronavirus for the latest information.