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Firewise Program

The program will encourage a hands-on approach through which homeowners participate in crafting local solutions to their unique wildfire threats and issues. All efforts will be designed to help homeowners live safely and in harmony with nature and its fire
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/firedepartment/communityoutreach/firewiseprogram
Human Services Community Partners

(310) 275-0123 www.allsaintsbh.org Provides weekly hot meals, case management, and alternatives to living on the streets. Beverly Hills Active Adult Club Contact: (310) 285-6843 Assists local seniors with opportunities for entertainment, education,
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/communityservices/humanservicesdivision/humanservicescommunitypartners
Human Services Division

to develop programs, resources and outreach for the prevention and intervention for emerging local and regional issues such as homelessness. Learn about the City’s efforts to address homelessness with the Changing Lives and Sharing Places (CLASP) Team.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/communityservices/humanservicesdivision
Step Up and Volunteer

Restrictions All Saints Homeless Assistance Program Provides weekly hot meals and alternatives to living on the streets. Monday Meals 310-275-0123 www.allsaintsbh.org None Alzheimer Association
http://www.beverlyhills.org/living/stepup/volunteeropportunities
Draft 2014-2021 Housing Element Appendix A

of affordable housing opportunities in the community, a large segment of people who work in Beverly Hills are unable to live here. 2. Household Profile and Special Needs  Beverly Hills is characterized by a much lower incidence of family households than
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/811042239172929805/2014-2021HEAppendixACommunityProfileHCDclean.pdf
Housing Element Appendix A

are unable to live here. 2. Household Profile and Special Needs  Beverly Hills is characterized by a much lower incidence of family households than the County (57% vs 68%), and a much higher incidence of single-person households (36% vs 24%).
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/1802458037902344771/2014-2021HEAppendixACommunityProfileHCDCLEAN.pdf
Beverly Hills In Focus - August 2010

strations from celebrity chefs, tastings from local restaurants and live musical entertainment. A portion of the pro- ceeds will benefit the Beverly Hills Education Foundation (BHEF). To learn more or purchase tickets, visit
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/7388--InFocus_August10_Final.pdf
Beverly Hills in Focus - December 2010

on the trolley the same eve- ning and visit Cañon Drive as retailers host a festive family celebration event at 4 p.m., that includes face-painting, scavenger hunt, live entertainment and an adoptable doggie parade. A concert featuring the Beverly Hills High
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/8026--InFocus_Dec10_V6(Final).pdf
City Cast April 2015

Television 331 Foothill Road, Suite 470 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Live Stream and Video on Demand at www.BeverlyHills.org/bhtv Featuring LIVE City Council and City Commission meeting coverage on BHTV10 April 2015 Pets 90210: Woofstock at Roxbury Park
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/9109924401037488406/CityCastAPR15.pdf
April 8, 2015

1 Saleh, Berman, Friedman, Popovich Levyn, Blumenfeld None None None AYES: NOES: ABSENT: ABSTAIN: CARRIED MOTION by Blumenfeld, SECONDED by Friedman: I motion the Human Relations Commission support Affordable Living for the Aging's proposal
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/19485959681171496112/April8,2015.pdf
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