The City of Beverly Hills and wildfire experts recently conducted two community meetings to provide information regarding wildfire risk.
View the meetings:
July 12, 2021 - 10 a.m. meeting - WATCH VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/574265123
July 13, 2021 - 6 p.m. meeting - WATCH VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/575069363
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The City originally estimated that about 1,200 trees would need to be removed, yet the estimate is now less than 100 trees. Why has the number been significantly reduced?
How does this wildfire assessment differ from the one developed just three years ago?
What are the biggest influences on the increased danger of wildfire that California now faces?
What steps can the City take itself, given that it is surrounded completely by land controlled by other agencies?
What steps can residents take to protect themselves and their property?
What is the process for finalizing the report? How can residents give feedback to the City?
The City of Beverly Hills has a mass communication system to notify citizens of an emergency or disaster. If you live or have a business in the City, your landline phone is already included. Go to Emergency Telephone Notification Sign Up to add your cell phone, email address and other information.
For emergency information specific to the City of Beverly Hills, go to the following sources:
City of Beverly Hills Disaster Hotline: (310) 550-4680
Radio: 1500 AM
TV: Channels 10 and 35
Text: BEVHILLS and BEVHILLSPD to 888777 to receive text message alerts
For further information, contact Emergency Management at (310) 285-1080.