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FAQ - Where is the Planning Department located?
is located at 455 North Rexford Drive, First Floor.
Chapter 6 Tenants FAQ
1. Are building managers covered under this Ordinance? Yes; the annual rental increase for a building manager may not exceed 10%. 2. Can a property owner pass on capital expenditure or utility surcharges? No. [Section
Chapter 5 Tenants FAQ
time required is 35 days [Section 4-6-3(a)(c) and California Civil Code Section 827(b)(1)(B)(2),(3)].
1. Can a property owner pass on additional surcharges? Yes; utility surcharges as well as capital expenditure surcharges may be passed
Given the severe drought conditions, the City has launched a comprehensive outreach program to educate water customers about new restrictions and ways they can cut back on their water consumption, particularly outdoor watering. Conservation efforts
What City parks are in Beverly Hills? The City offers a number of world-class recreation and park facilities for your enjoyment, including beautifully maintained green space, convenient parking and courteous staff. Please visit the City Parks webpage
FAQ - Do I need a permit for a demonstration?
You must speak with the Traffic Division in the Police
and they will determine whether a permit is required. Traffic Division can be reached at (310) 285-2190.
FAQ - What are the requirements for telecommunications installations?
The requirements and processing of telecommunications installation varies depending on the location of the actual installation. Please consult with Planning
staff for further information and detail on a particular location.
FAQ - What are the regulations on satellite dishes?
The city currently does not have a regulation on satellite dishes on private property. However, the planning
still reviews the installation for architectural conformity with the standards of the City of Beverly Hills in commercial
FAQ - When may I start building?
The building codes as empowered by the State of California Health and Safety codes are clear that no construction is allowed until the permit is issued. Once the permit application and accompanying plans have been submitted, the building
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