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Dog Waste

It's Your Doo-ty… Pick It Up: City Gets Serious About Dog Waste The City of Beverly Hills encourages dog guardians to clean up after their pets and to take action against those who don't. "It's Your Doo-ty… Pick It Up" is the slogan on a sign
http://www.beverlyhills.org/living/animalcontrolpetcare/dogwasteitsyourdooty
Anti-Bullying

Dangers of the Internet Establishing clear communication with children and teens about the dangers of the Internet is very important. Warn children and teenagers about the presence of sexual predators online. Instruct children to never
http://www.beverlyhills.org/living/antibullying
Stormwater Program

in the City about their obligations under Federal Regulation 40 CFR122.26. Information for Residents Landscaping and gardening activities, illegal discharge of pool water with chlorine or algaecides, and dumping of household chemicals are major
http://www.beverlyhills.org/living/utilities/stormwaterprogram
La Cienega Park

Please click here for more information about the outdoor fitness equipment pavilion, including photos and helpful tips for maximizing your use of the equipment. Brightly colored playground equipment draws young children
http://www.beverlyhills.org/exploring/cityparks/lacienegapark
Water Conservation

7 days of notification you will receive a fine up to $100 for each infraction. Did You Know?... About 70% of the City's water use is on irrigation. Across the nation, the average person uses 150 gallons water per day. In Beverly Hills,
http://www.beverlyhills.org/living/recyclingandconservation/waterconservation
Beverly Hills in Focus - February 2011

and merchandise sales, music and a special cheering section. To volunteer or learn more about the marathon including Farmers’ Market access and street closures, go to www.beverlyhills.org/marathon. BEVERLY HILLS - IS PartIcIPatIng Marathoners Make Tracks
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/8299--InFocus_Jan11_V6.pdf
Urban Water Management Plan 2005

and production have been made according to demand, they would reflect water use. According to the City’s 2002 Water System Master Plan, “Current land use in the study area is largely residential ( about 90%)… The study area will be nearly fully developed
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/3503--2005 Urban Water Management Plan.pdf
2007-08 4th Quarter Status Report - Volume I

Estate landscaping • Public Safety Radio System – 95% complete • 2,766 trees trimmed and nearly 6,000 miles of curbs swept in residential and commercial areas; 3,542 miles of sidewalks cleaned • Entertainment Business District Plan – 80%
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/3962--07-08 4th Qtr Volume 1 8.13.08.pdf
Mayors Cabinet Meeting Highlights - January 6, 2014

been looking at the city of Los Angeles website for ideas. The website is the commission’s main way to educate the public about organizations that do not meet the City’s standard that 50% of fundraisers proceeds go to the charity. Cultural
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/804416130402017049/MayorsCabinetMeetingJan6-2014.pdf
Mayors Cabinet Meeting Notes - November 26, 2014

Sandy Pressman Acquisition of the Carol Bove sculpture “Io” is moving forward. The commission is waiting to hear details about fabrication. The commission is looking to relocate the Joan Brown obelisk. The first reading of the Fine Art Ordinance
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/1944409953826434920/MayorsCabinetMeetingNotes-November-2014.pdf
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