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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,
Bureau at (310) 281-2703. You can also
Fire Prevention Bureau
Marshal Joseph Matsch, Deputy Fire Marshal Chris Heyer, Plan Checker Cecilia Kim, Fire Inspector Eddie Gamboa, and Fire Inspector Sheldon Zell. To
the FPB, call (310) 281-2703. Tell us about your experience with the Fire
FAQ - What is the best thing to do for a burn?
Cool a burn with water.
not use ointments, butter or other substances. For minor burns
a physician. For serious burns, dial 911 immediately.
Beverly Hills Makes Annual Visit to Washington, D.C.
. The team met with the Federal Department of Homeland Security to continue promoting and enhancing the
public safety efforts through the UNITE program. Meetings were also held with the senior staff of Senator
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/6565--DC visit 2010.pdf
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
Office at 310.285.2408.
Affaire in the Gardens Gets A Surprise Visit From Former President Bill Clinton
Show is held twice a year in May and October. It continues to be one of the
most popular cultural events. For information on this and other city events,
the Art and Cultural
office at (310) 285 – 6830 or via the Internet
Beverly Hills Active Adult Club to Visit Griffith Observatory on 5/8
Community Services City of Beverly Hills 455 N. Rexford Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4817 (310) 285.2530 www.beverlyhills.org For Immediate Release April 22, 2014
: Heather Sumagaysay (310) 285-2530
Bullying Prevention Video Entry Rules
Human Relations Commission Bullying
Video Competition Everyone Plays a Role in Bullying… The bully, the bullied, the bystander and the person who makes a difference!
Your Take? HOW TO ENTER You may
City of Beverly Hills Asks Residents to Follow Safety Guidelines to Prevent West Nile Virus
Office of Communications City of Beverly Hills 455 N. Rexford Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4817 www.beverlyhills.org For Immediate Release August 7, 2012
: Therese Kosterman (310) 285-2456 City of Beverly
Beverly Hills Launches "One Book, One City" - Readers Invited to Come Together for Literary Program
the culminating author
with Daniel James Brown,
Eventbrite by clicking here. For more information about Beverly Hills’ One Book One
www.beverlyhills.org/oboc or call (310) 285-1024. # # # About the Author: Daniel James Brown
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