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FAQ - How do I go about drawing up an escape plan for my home/business?
The four basic steps to draw up an escape plan for your home includes: 1. Draw a floor-plan of your home; 2. Agree on a meeting place; 3. Practice your escape plan; and 4. Make your exit drill realistic. You can also refer to http://www.sur
FAQ - How do I find out about getting a Beverly Hills school district transfer permit?
Call the school district at (310) 551-5100, or go to http://www.beverlyhills.k12.ca.us
FAQ - Where can I obtain information about televised Beverly Hills school programs?
The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) operates KBEV Channel 6 on the Time Warner cable system. KBEV airs the BHUSD Board meetings along with other programs including local school news, high school sports and performing arts recitals. Fo
Emergency Telephone Notification Sign Up
The City of Beverly Hills has implemented a state-of-the-art emergency notification program to alert citizens
current emergencies. The system enables the City to deliver essential information quickly in the event of natural
National Emergency Preparedness Month - Last Week to Sign Resolve 2B Ready Pledge
a relative or friend who lives nearby and inform them that they are your emergency contact. If you are in an accident, emergency personnel can check your ICE listing to reach them. Purchase a battery-powered or hand-cranked
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Health and Safety Commission Meeting Minutes - January 2012
COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE Naomi Weiner returned to the Commission regarding her concerns
air quality, specifically the use of dryer sheets and fabric softeners. Ms. Weiner requested the Commission’s support in attending the Earth Day event
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Beverly Hills Joins National Preparedness Month Efforts
to take action now to be prepared for emergencies. The City hopes to increase public awareness
the importance of planning for disasters as part of National Preparedness Month. National Preparedness Month is a nationwide campaign held each
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September is National Preparedness Month
for emergencies. Every September as part of this effort, the City works to increase public awareness
the importance of planning for disasters. National Preparedness Month is a nationwide campaign held each September to encourage Americans to take
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