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CALGreen (GC-2) City of Beverly Hills Non-Residential Building Checklist

nonresidential building's TDV energy and CO2 A5.203.1.1 Tier 1. Exceed California Energy Code requirements, based on the 2008 Energy Efficiency Standards, by 15 percent. emissions and compare it to the standard or "budget" building. A5.203.1.2 Tier 2.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/8604--GC-2 CALGreen Commercial checklist ch5 and app A5.pdf
Community Development Members

Community Development Department Staff Directory Community Development Organizational Chart
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/communitydevelopment/communitydevelopmentmembers
Director of Public Works Services

George Chavez has been with the City of Beverly Hills for 25 years. Before his appointment as Director of Public Works Services, Mr. Chavez held various positions within the Community Development Department, including Assistant Director
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/publicworksservices/directorofpublicworksservices
Public Works Services

To serve the City's residential and commercial communities by providing quality public works services and infrastructure with environmental and fiscal responsibility. City of Beverly Hills 345 Foothill Road Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Hours of Operation:
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/publicworksservices
Emergency Shelters and Services

for more information. CLASP Homeless Outreach and Engagement Program (310)487-0313 Provides street outreach workers in Beverly Hills to build relationships with homeless people to encourage them to use local services and resources. Individuals
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/communitydevelopment/planning/housing/emergencysheltersandservices
Community Services Quarterly Brochure

(1+ years) 10 Tots (0-5 years)/Preschool Programs 12-13 Youth (5-14 years) 14-15 Teens (14-17 years) 16 Adults (18+ years) 17-19 Adult Sports/Tennis 20 Senior Adult Services/Senior Adult Classes 21-22 Supported Community Groups/Registration
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/566027537244731791/2014FallBrochureforWEBCORRECTED.pdf
FAQ - Why should I apply for a building permit?

to inspect construction to ensure that minimum standards are met and appropriate materials are used. You have an investment in the home or business you are about to build or remodel, when that home or business building does not comply with the codes, your
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FAQ - Why should I apply for a building permit?

to inspect construction to ensure that minimum standards are met and appropriate materials are used. You have an investment in the home or business you are about to build or remodel, when that home or business building does not comply with the codes, your
https://clients.comcate.com/reps/logFAQHit.php?ag=31&faqid=3145
Beverly Hills Green Building Program Handout

273-0972 I:\Building and Safety\Green Building Standards\GREEN_ BUILDING_ORDINANCE\2008_GREEN_ BUILDING_HANDOUT_PACKET\1_Green_ Building_Ordinance_Handout_Introduction_2008_Version1-0.doc; 6/17/2008 THE BEVERLY HILLS GREEN BUILDING PROGRAM GREEN
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/3596--Public_Information_Public_Handout_Draft1.pdf
Beverly Hills Development Services Division Awarded Coveted Insurance Service Office Rating

factors in determining property insurance premiums. The BCEGS program assigns each municipality a classification of 1 to 10, with 1 being the best rating. More information about the City of Beverly Hills Development Services Division can be found
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/10543030901012393317/ISOAward2013FINAL.pdf
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