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Basic Information About Your Potable Water: The City of Beverly Hills uses chloramines to disinfect your water. The City is required to disinfect your water to prevent waterborne pathogens. Your drinking water also contains small amounts
Roxbury Playground Opening

to a higher standard that is deserving of one of our most beloved community parks.” For more information about Roxbury Park improvements, visit www.beverlyhills.org/Roxbury or call 310-285-6840. ###
Consumer Information

a complaint about your Internet service, please visit the Federal Communications Commission website at www.fcc.gov/cgb/complaints.html, or call directly at (888) 225-5322. Federal Communications Commission Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau Consumer
Mayor's Cabinet Meeting Notes - March 18, 2015

approved 11 applications and evaluated seven financial statements. One charity did not meet the 50% requirement and will be contacted about this issue. The commission is assessing the fiscal health of applicants for community assistance grants.
Transportation Assistance

or additional information about the Beverly Hills Taxi Program call (310) 981-9303. Bus Passes may be purchased at Roxbury Park, La Cienega Community Center, or at the Cashier's Office in City Hall between the 25th and the 10th of each month. Business hours

Watering Schedule is mandatory for Residents and Commercial water customers. We are all in this together! Report Water Waste to save our water resources. Questions about Stage D Water Conservation efforts? See the FAQ's Page for answers.
Commercial Waste Disposal

by the Community Development department. Click here for Commercial and Residential roll-off bin permit info. Information about Roll-Offs If you need to remove any construction material, you must request a temporary bin (Roll-off). The fees vary
Cookin' Kids

of each month as part of our Kid Zone. Children will be introduced to fresh fruits and vegetables based on what’s in season. They will be able to taste the featured item of the month, learn about its health benefits, meet the farmer and get recipes
Pledge Campaigns

About To honor occasions such as Earthquake Preparedness Month in April and National Preparedness Month in September, the Office of Emergency Management runs pledge campaigns for employees and community members. Each pledge campaign has
Fire Prevention Bureau

Marshal Joseph Matsch, Deputy Fire Marshal Chris Heyer, Plan Checker Cecilia Kim, Fire Inspector Eddie Gamboa, and Fire Inspector Sheldon Zell. To contact the FPB, call (310) 281-2703. Tell us about your experience with the Fire Prevention Bureau
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