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City of Beverly Hills
FAQ - What do I need in order to obtain a permit?
In the State of California building is a privilege not a right. Much in the same way you need a driver licensee to drive a motor vehicle; you need a building permit to construct. In general a project must be submitted with construction drawings with
FAQ - Where and at what time does the senior lunch program start and what do I need to do to participate?
Nutritious meals are available to seniors 60 years of age and older, Monday-Friday, 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Registration is required. The suggested donation for registered seniors is $2.25 per meal. Non-seniors and non-registered seniors must pay
FAQ - Does the trolley return visitors to the starting location (Rodeo Dr./Dayton Way)?
FAQ - What can I do to protect my home from wildland fires?
fire-resistant plants and trees around your home that are properly trimmed and well watered can serve as a firebreak. For a list of things to
to protect your home from wildfires, contact the Fire Prevention Bureau at (310) 281-2703. You can also visit
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 Events Office at 310.285.2408.
FAQ - What Political Parties do the City councilmembers belong to?
The City councilmembers are non-partisan.
FAQ - What does the Office of Human Services and Human Relations Commission (HRC) do? What kinds of issues are included in human relations that the Office/HRC deal with?
The Human Relations Commission (HRC) was established by the City Council in 2001 to "promote positive human relations in all aspects of community life in Beverly Hills" and to "actively promote a just and equitable muticultural society". The field of
FAQ - What should I do if I notice feral cats or stray dogs in my neighborhood?
The City has contracted with the City of Los Angeles Animal Services Department (ASD) for animal care and control services, which has facilities to take in and care for strays and unwanted animals. Please call (888) 452-7381 to report strays in your
FAQ - How do I find out what is going on at Roxbury Park on a daily basis?
Roxbury Senior Center is open M-F from 7:30 am - 5:00pm. For more information about programs and services call (310) 550-4761. Or click on the following link to look at our calendar: Senior Adult Activity Schedule.
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