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The City offers multiple ways that citizens to communicate and stay informed.



The Beverly Hills website, www.beverlyhills.org, is the "mother ship" of City information. It is the respository for all available documents, department information and the gateway to other City applications such as Ask Bev, social media and videos.

eNoticing is the city's web-based system for sending out email notifications . Users can create an account and subscribe to specific topcs, such as City Council meetings, development projects or one (or all) of the 11 commissions.

Watch the video above to learn how to sign up; or go to http://www.beverlyhills.org/user/register.jsp to register for a new account. In addition, every webpage is a potential enotice! At the bottom of every webpage is the Subscribe icon. Just click on the icon and enter an email address. Every time that page is updated with new information, you will receive an email with a link to the updated page.

Ask Bev - An easy way to send your questions, complaints and compliments online directly to the City staff person who can help you.

Social Media - Residents who prefer to connect through social media can select from 25 different feeds on Facebook, Twitter, Nixle, Vimeo, YouTube, FourSquare and more.

SMS (Simple Message Service, i.e. text message) - Text a command to the City and recieve a return text with dates and times of important meetings and other information.

Mass Notification - Register your mobile devices to recieve critical information during an emergency! Your life may depend on it!

Disaster Hotline - During an emergency, call (310) 550-4680.

AM Radio - 1500 AM within the City of Beverly Hills

Cable TV - The City provides original programming and other public television programs Monday through Friday on BHTV Channel 10 . A schedule is available online.

Look for these icons to sign-up: