If any aspect of your project will infringe on the public right-of-way, please follow these directions.
Use of the public right-of-way typically requires that City-provided “No Parking” signs be posted in the parkway adjacent to the right-of-way.
Payment for, and receipt of, "No Parking" signs takes place in conjunction with Public Right-of-Way permit issuance. These City-provided "No Parking" signs must be posted by the permittee, and verified by Beverly Hills Police Department, a minimum of 24 Hours in advance of permitted work. The permittee is to notify Police Dispatch at (310) 550-4875 when signs have been posted.
Bottom dump and transfer trucks type vehicles are not allowed in the City of Beverly Hills.
Any authorized dumpsters, equipment, or vehicles shall not be allowed to remain overnight except as authorized and permitted by street closures permits. 18 Wheel Vehicles and Cranes require traffic plan approval by the City Traffic Engineer.
Traffic plans must be submitted 96 hours (4 Days) in advance of scheduled work during normal working hours. Work performed during evenings and weekends will be subject to After Hours permit(s), upon approval by the City Traffic Engineer.
Loading/unloading of construction materials on private property does not require a Public Right-of-Way Use permit
A Public Right-of-Way Permit is required for any activity (e.g. loading/unloading of construction materials, cranes, ladders, dumpster, construction barricades) that uses public right-of-way including but not limited to sidewalks, parkways, streets, and public property.
Samples of activity requiring permits include:
- Loading / Unloading Construction Materials;
- Construction Barricades;
- Street Closures (partial or full);
Please visit our Permit page for more details.