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Policy and Management

The Policy and Management Department, which is also known as the City Manager's Office, is generally responsible for: Providing support to the City Council including Implementing all laws and acts of the City Council Preparing
Projects Previously Reviewed

The Beverly Hills Planning staff and Planning, Design Review, and Architectural Commissions regularly review development projects; occasionally, the City Council may also review development projects. All of the projects contained herein were
FAQ - How many people are there on Team Beverly Hills?

Each year, through an application process, 32 residents are selected to participate. The City Council appoints members in June , and the 10 "sessions" occur from approximately September through February.
Past Election Results

The City of Beverly Hills was incorporated in January of 1914 and governed by a Board of Trustees from 1914 to 1928. Beverly Hills became a General Law City in 1928, which established the City Council form of government. From 1914 to 1928, 21
Planning Commission

The five-member Planning Commission is appointed by the City Council to carry out a variety of delegated functions. State law sets out the areas over which the Planning Commission has authority, either as a decision-making body or advisory
City Seal

the serpent represents the period of Mexican sovereignty over what is now the state of California. The City Hall represents the seat of government in Beverly Hills. The lion of Leon and castle of Castile represent Spanish rule, from 1542
FAQ - How does the General Plan affect me?

Ultimately, the General Plan serves as the community's guide to development. It governs how you can develop and use your property, as well as the other properties around you property throughout the community. The General Plan also guides
Priorities for Fiscal Year 2013-14

At a recent strategic planning session, the Beverly Hills City Council identified the following 19 priority projects for the coming fiscal year. The priority A projects are planned for start and/or completion by the end of fiscal year 2013-14.
Beverly Hills This Week

Beverly Hills This Week provides a weekly update of recent issues and events affecting residents and businesses in the City, including important City Council and Commission agenda items, upcoming events, and the latest updates from City
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