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FAQ - Do I need to put a smoke detector in every room? How many do I need?
Smoke detectors should be placed outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home, including the basement. On floors without bedrooms, detectors should be installed in or near
areas such as dens,
rooms, or family rooms.
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers Below are several categories related to the Civil Engineering Division of the Public Works &
Department. Should you need futher assistance, please contact Public Works Customer Service
FAQ - Do I need a permit to have a party at my home?
The City does not issue permits for parties at private homes. You will need a permit for valet parking (Contact the
Dept. 310-285-2500), tents (Fire Dept. 310-281-2703) and a generator (Building & Safety 310-285-1141).
As of February 1, 2014, the Beverly Hills Police Department will no longer provide livescan or ink fingerprinting services to the general public. New City Permit Applicants will have to contact the listed locations for
FAQ - Do I need a permit to have live music at my home?
No, you do not require a permit for
music. The City has a Noise Ordinance in effect after 10 p.m. (BHMunicipal Code- 5-1-201). There is no permit which supersedes the Noise Ordinance.
FAQ - Do I need to live in Beverly Hills to participate in your senior classes?
No, you do not need to
in Beverly Hills to attend our classes. Most of our senior classes are free to residents and a $2 fee for non residents.
Overnight Parking Exemptions
Eligibility for Overnight Parking Exemptions: You must be a resident of a multi-family residential dwelling unit (Apartment, Condo or Duplex) Department of
Account (current gas bill, electric bill, or lease agreement
Far off Summer
Far off Summer Carol Miller Bronze Art in the Business District Canon Drive Los Angeles native, Carol Miller
in Mexico/. For the past four decades, she has created sculptress with over two-hundred individual and group shows. 301 N Canon
Spiral of Life by Baile Oakes
Redwood Gift of Alan Sieroty Baile Oakes is on a mission to "use our visual language to help bring our culture to a fuller understanding of our place within the
systems of the Earth." He favors hands on activities in the public play
Pilot Bicycle Route Project
department will forward the design specifications for (1) a Class II Bike Lane on east and westbound Burton Way between North Crescent Drive and the east City limits; and (2) a combined Class III Bike Route with sharrow markings
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