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Explore Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills is an official app from the City of Beverly Hills in collaboration with the Beverly Hills Conference and Visitor's Bureau. Special thanks to the Beverly Hills Conference and Visitors Bureau (CVB) for providing details
Explore Beverly Hills
Make it a memorable day in beautiful Beverly Hills! Take a trolley tour,
the City’s public art or browse a bevy of chic boutiques: there’s something to delight every interest in Beverly Hills. A world renowned destination
Beverly Hills app. Tiles provide clear user interface and navigation. Walking tours use geo-location to guide users to the nearest attraction.
Destination Beverly Hills Videos Go Live
its one-of-a-kind character. The videos “Stay,” “Shop!” and “Eat,”
the first-class hotels, boutiques and restaurants that
visitors from all corners of the world, while “The Future in Our Past” looks at the City’s architectural landmarks
dangerous situations and provides important information on how to stay safe.
The Wallis Open House
The Wallis Open House The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts invites the community to come
their beautiful new center
http://www.beverlyhills.org/event.jsp?eventid=0&title=The Wallis Open House
Farmers' Market Location Change Press Release - August 2012
www.beverlyhills.org/BHRegOnline to register for the class or visit the Farmers’ Market any Sunday, rain or shine.
the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market online at http://www.beverlyhills.org/
.asp or call 310-285-6830 for general information.
FAQ - How can I participate in City government?
.asp. Videos of live and archived City Council and other meetings can be found on the website at http://www.beverlyhills.org/services/cable_tv/video_on_demand/
.asp. In addition, Team Beverly Hills, a citizen leadership training class, accepts
FAQ - Where can I find information on the history of Beverly Hills?
Some history is available on the City website, http://www.beverlyhills.org/about/radio/
.asp. More information can be found by calling the Library archives at 310 288-2285, or by contacting the Beverly Hills Historical Society at (310)
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