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FAQ - What is your Withdrawal & Refund policy?
will be appreciated, as they will
us to do the best job possible. If for some reason you are not satisfied, we will arrange for the following: 1. Transfer to another Department class in the same quarter. 2. Receive a full refund. A full refund will be issued
Free compost, free paper shredding and so much more to help keep Mother Earth he...
Free compost, free paper shredding and so much more to
keep Mother Earth healthy at Earth Day, April 13, at the Farmers' Market. #BHHealthyCity
FAQ - Who do I speak with regarding holding an event at a City Park?
The nature of the event
to determine if it can be handled by park staff alone or if you need to contact the City's Special Events and Filming office. You can start by contacting the Special Events and Filming office at 310.285.2408.
FAQ for Excavations
B-1 David D. Gustavson, Director Chris Theisen, Assistant Director Public Works & Transportation Department Public Works & Transportation Depa
FAQ - What should you do if you encounter a homeless individual in Beverly Hills that appears to be in need?
The City has engaged the services of a professional outreach team trained in how to approach and assess the needs of homeless individuals. You can
by calling the outreach team at 310-487-0313 and providing the location and description
FAQ - Where can I be fingerprinted?
Fingerprinting is available for Beverly Hills residents, persons employed in the City of Beverly Hills or those applying for a City permit. The Police Department is not authorized to fingerprint for immigration or citizenship purposes. Fingerprintin
FAQ - Is the trolley usually full?
FAQ - Do I need insurance?
A certificate of insurance, naming the City of Beverly Hills as injured for said event, is required for certain activities and events, including but not limited to organized competitive games and any activity involving participation of more than 100
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 - How can I volunteer?
"Apply directly on-line using our volunteer software program: Online application. Once the application is received, you will be contacted by Jane Winston-Doman, Senior Recreation Supervisor at Roxbury Comunity Park. For more infomation, please call
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