How to Request an Address Change
If you are the property owner or owner’s agent, please provide a letter (on letterhead stationery) to the City requesting a change of address or new addresses. The letter must include the proposed address and reason for the request, as well as:
- As-built plans/diagrams
- Plot plan of the property
- Floor plan of all buildings on the property
- Listing of all existing addresses (buildings, suites, units, etc.) with clearly indicated proposed changes
Required documents may be emailed to the Records Dept. at email@example.com or submitted in-person by appointment to Community Development. Please call (310) 285-1141 to set up an appointment.
If the address change is approved, the requestor will be required to pay a change of address fee, in accordance with the current schedule of fees.
After Your Request is Approved
Once the address change is approved, the City will send out official address notification letters to the owner as well as to the following organizations:
- Beverly Hills Finance Department
- Beverly Hills Fire Department
- Beverly Hills Information Technology Department
- Beverly Hills Police Department
- Beverly Hills Public Works
- Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization
- County 911 Coordinator
- Los Angeles County Assessor’s Office
- Southern California Edison
- The Gas Company
- U.S. Post Office
All address records will be updated in our City database.
Please note that address updates may take 4 to 6 weeks. For more information, please contact Community Development at (310) 285-1141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Beverly Hills does Address Verifications for tenants in apartment buildings whose units are not in the City's computer database. All tenants must complete the Address Verification Form and email it to email@example.com. Property managers must complete the Address Verification Form - Property Manager form as part of the verification process.
Both aforementioned documents should be emailed to the Records Dept. at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please call Community Development at (310) 285-1141.