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RFP 16-13: Conducting a Department Needs Assessment and Develop a Grant Funding Strategy

Contact: Michelle Tse, (310) 285-2821; mtse@beverlyhills.org The City is seeking Request for Proposals (RFPs) for services related to conducting a Department needs assessment in order to develop a grant funding strategy to support City priority
http://www.beverlyhills.org/business/bidrfpinformation/currentformalbidsrfps/rfp1613conductingadepartmentneedsassessmentanddevelopagrantfundingstrategy
Fire Prevention Plan Review

Development Services Fire Department Plan Review Fire Alarm Plan Review & Fire Sprinkler Plan Review All new and modifications to existing fire alarm and fire sprinkler systems require a plan review. How to begin Fire Department Plan
http://www.beverlyhills.org/business/constructionlanduse/firepreventionplanreview
Public Works Commission

to the left. If you have questions or comments please contact Public Works Customer Service at (310) 285-2467 or Ask Bev! If you have a Public Works concern you would like the Public Works Commission to address, please mail or fax correspondence to:
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/commissions/publicworkscommission
Human Relations Commission Commissioners

90210 Phone: 310-285-1006 Fax: 310-385-0840 Email your questions or comments to Ask Bev Human Services Administrator: James R. Latta, L.C.S.W. Human Services Specialist : Elizabeth Anderson, L.C.S.W., M.P.H Hours of Operation: Monday through
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/commissions/humanrelationscommission/commissioners
Submitting Construction Reports

The City of Beverly Hills' Development Services division now requires construction documents necessary to show compliance with state and local construction codes to be submitted electronically via email. Examples of Accepted Documentation:
http://www.beverlyhills.org/business/constructionlanduse/contractorcorner/constructionreports
Residential Curbside Collection

COLLECTIONS. The City of Beverly Hills has developed an integrated approach to waste collection services, this includes: Mixed Waste Black or Blue containers are for: Household refuse (animal waste can be thrown in black
http://www.beverlyhills.org/living/utilities/solidwastedisposal/residentialcurbsidecollection
Counter Plan Review

Starting May 23, 2011 the Community Development Department will be offering streamlined over the counter plan checks services by appointments that range from a one-half hour to an hour depending on the project scope of work. The City of Beverly
http://www.beverlyhills.org/business/constructionlanduse/projectreview/counterplanreview
Detectives, Evidence and Training

property and the service of all warrants held by this Department. Property Room: Maintaining the chain of evidence is crucial in all criminal cases and evidence must be accounted for at all times. In this area, evidence is logged in, labeled
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/departments/policedepartment/profileofthedepartment/departmentoperations/detectivesevidenceandtraining
Summer Reading Club for Grown-Ups

to choose whatever you like — for enjoyment, for information, or to set a great example for your children. Sign up online at bhpl.org; or at any of the Library’s public service desks. Once you’ve read or listened to at least one book, enter our
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May is Mystery Month at the Beverly Hills Public Library

Shop on mysteries – buy one, get one free throughout May. The books are already an incredible deal, many at a 90% discount off list price. The money that is raised in the bookstore goes to support library programs, services and books, which
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/6979--Library Mystery Sale.pdf
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