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City of Beverly Hills
FAQ - What is a General Plan?
The General Plan is the master guide that sets forth the vision of how the City will look and how the City will develop over the course of 15 to 20 years. The General Plan oversees the City's zoning and development regulations, provides for the comm
FAQ - What is Adventure Camp?
Adventure Camp is a state-licensed enrichment childcare program for children enrolled in kindergarten through sixth grade at Beverly Vista, El Rodeo, Hawthorne and Horace Mann schools. It is a program from dismissal until 6:00pm.
FAQ - When is the Concourse on Rodeo?
It's held on Father's Day.
FAQ - What's in a General Plan?
Typically a General Plan is made of seven sections that address "Land Use", "Housing", "Circulation", "Conservation", "Open Space", "Safety" and "Noise".
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
FAQ for Residential Driveway Approach
A-2 George Chavez, Assistant Director David Yelton, Building Inspection Manager Community Development Department
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 department still reviews the installation for architectural conformity with the standards of the City of Beverly Hills in commercial and mult
FAQ - What does the tour include?
A 40-minute narrated tour of art and architecture, historical and renowned areas of the City, including Rodeo Drive.
FAQ - Do I need a permit for a demonstration?
You must speak with the Traffic Division in the Police Department and they will determine whether a permit is required. Traffic Division can be reached at (310) 285-2190.
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