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Beverly-Canon Gardens Special Event Guidelines
BEVERLY CANON GARDENS PERMIT GUIDELINES 1. Permits for
or film/photo activity only will be issued for use of any portion of the Gardens (except for the colonnade areas). 2. Permits will be issued to Beverly Hills residents
Jim J's Jukebox Special Summer Event
and the stylings of Sinatra and Fitzgerald. Special Summer
Wednesday, July 15 7:00PM Discovering America’s Music
November 2014 Meeting - Event Survey Results
___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Based on what you learned today and ideas proposed to produce improvements in our system of care, would you be willing to:  Yes ⃝ No Attend future
Special Events . Rates & Fees
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fees are for a four-hour block of time. Fees for additional time (if available) are as indicated.
FAQ - How do I obtain a permit to conduct a fundraising event or activity?
Solicitations permits are issued by the Charitable Solicitations Commission. Contact Erick Lee at 310.285.2102 to discuss the application for this permit.
FAQ - Can I publicize or post information about my event on the City's website?
The City of Beverly Hills does not run ads or publicize non-City
on the website or other City calendars.
FAQ - Who do I speak with regarding holding an event at a City Park?
The nature of the
helps to determine if it can be handled by park staff alone or if you need to contact the City's Special
and Filming office. You can start by contacting the Special
and Filming office at 310.285.2408.
FAQ - When will the Mercedes Benz/BHEF Car Show event be held?
The date varies. Please contact the Special
Office at 310.285.2408.
FAQ - What should I do if I want to close the street for an event in Beverly Hills?
There is a very detailed process for a street closure. Please contact the Special
Office at 310.285.2408.
One Book, One City Author Event with Daniel James Brown
The "One Book, One City" community reading
reached it's exciting finale on Sunday October 12th as "Boys in the Boat" author Daniel James Brown came to Beverly Hills High School. Over 700 people turned out to hear the New York Times best
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