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STAY UP-TO-DATE WITH CITY ACTIVITIES, PROJECTS, AND MEETINGS The City of Beverly Hills want to hear from you Ask Bev - https://clients.comcate.com/newrequest.php?id=31 TEXT BH - (310) 596-4265 Contact Us - (310) 285-1000
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City Holds 25th Youth in Government Day

of the democratic process in City government. During their day at City Hall, students also participated in a mock City Council meeting, with each student playing the role of a City Councilmember or department head during the meeting. The student participants
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/5349--Youth in Government 2009 FINAL.pdf
City Holds 24th Youth in Government Day

their interest now, it will result in a lifelong engagement in community issues and local government,” he continued. The student participants were: Role/Student School * Mayor – Jared Sleisenger (HAW) City Council Members Max Schwartz (BV) Nina
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/3442--Youth in Government 2008 FINAL.pdf
Youth in Government at Beverly Hills City Hall

week (May 6, 2015). The event brings civic awareness to youth and the importance of being involved in local government. Sixteen students were selected to participate in a mock city council meeting based on their outstanding essays. Their essays
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/13072410201931271704/YouthinGovernmentpr5.14.15.pdf
City Council Meetings

City Council Meetings
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Youth in Government Day

chambers at City Hall. Tune in for live coverage as the students discuss a local matter and review the issues in a traditional public meeting format designed to bring awareness to the importance of being involved in your local government. BHTV10 Replays:
http://www.beverlyhills.org/living/beverlyhillstelevision/youthingovernmentday
FAQ - How can I participate in City government?

Citizens can participate by attending City Council or commission meetings. Other public meetings and hearings are scheduled periodically through the year. A complete schedule can be found on the City Calendar
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E-Government

The E-Government Program focuses on providing public access to the department’s services and information using on-line technology and the internet. This includes plan review submittals, permit applications and issuance, on-line payment collections,
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/communitydevelopment/egovernment
CoBH Schedule of taxes, Fees & Charges FY 2011-12

..................................................................................................................................................................... 1 APPEALS & HEARINGS CITY CLERK Appeals to Council from any Commission or Board ............................................................................................... 3 Appeals to City Council, Commission, or Board
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/12729786271776612035/BHScheduleofTaxes,FeesChargesFY2011-12.pdf
About the City Council

officer at meetings and the Council’s ceremonial representative at public events. Collectively, the City Council is responsible for establishing policies, adopting an annual budget, enacting local laws and providing vision and goals to the city
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/mayorandcouncilmembers/aboutthecitycouncil
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