Skip to Main Content
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health COVID-19 Statistics
April 9, 2021
City of Beverly Hills Cases: 2640
COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Is there a COVID-19 vaccine?
  • Why is vaccination important?
  • Who will get the COVID-19 vaccine and when?
  • How will I know when it's my turn to be vaccinated?
  • Can you get COVID-19 from a vaccine?
  • Will I have to pay for the COVID-19 vaccine?
  • If I already had COVID-19, do I still need to be vaccinated?
  • I am fully vaccinated. What can I do now?
  • Are children being given the vaccine?
  • I've heard there are COVID-19 vaccine scams, is this true?
  • Is there a phone number I can call to help me sign-up?
Yes, there are three vaccines available. The Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines have been shown to be safe and very effective in large studies that involved a diverse mix of people. Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines prevented 95% of cases of COVID-19 disease. Although the Johnson & Johnson vaccine's clinical trials show lower effectiveness than Pfizer and Moderna, it's important to know that all three vaccines are exceptionally effective at preventing moderate to severe COVID-19 symptoms. Johnson & Johnson is delivered in a single dose, which means more people will be vaccinated in a shorter timeframe and we'll continue to see fewer COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. It is not yet known how long those vaccinated will be immune at this point. Regardless whether you have had the vaccine or not, everyone must still wear a face covering, physically distance, and not gather.
Vaccination is a safe and effective way to prevent disease. Vaccines save millions of lives each year. When we get vaccinated, we aren't just protecting ourselves, but also those around us.
Please see the phases outlined the LA County Department of Public Health website for estimated timeframes. The phases will overlap so, for example, a person in Phase 1A may get their second dose of vaccine at the same time as a person in Phase 1B gets their first dose.
Work with your primary care physician before undergoing any vaccination. The City of Beverly Hills continues to work with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health regarding COVID-19 vaccine information and will continue to share the rollout timeline as it becomes available. It is also encouraged to sign up for the Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine Email Newsletter and/or get more information by visiting the COVID-19 vaccine website.
No. None of the COVID-19 vaccines developed in the United States have the virus that causes COVID-19 in them. Sometimes people get a fever or feel tired for a day or so after getting a vaccine. These symptoms are normal and are a sign that the body is building immunity. You can learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines work on the CDC website. It usually takes a few weeks for the body to build immunity after vaccination. If a person got infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 just before or just after they got a shot they could still get COVID-19. This is because the vaccine has not had enough time to provide protection.
No. Your doctor or pharmacy may charge a fee for giving the vaccine, but it should be covered by public and private insurance companies. People without health insurance can get COVID-19 vaccines at no cost. There are no out-of-pocket payments.
Yes, you do need the vaccine even if you have had COVID-19. We don't yet know how long you are protected after you have had COVID-19, so it is important to have the vaccine to strengthen your immunity.
People who are fully vaccinated can start to do some things they stopped doing because of the pandemic. You are considered fully vaccinated when: two weeks after the second dose in a 2-dose series, like the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine, like Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine. If you've been fully vaccinated: You can gather indoors with fully vaccinated people without wearing a mask. You can gather indoors with unvaccinated people from one other household (for example, visiting with relatives who all live together) without masks, unless any of those people or anyone they live with has an increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19. If you've been around someone who has COVID-19, you do not need to stay away from others or get tested unless you have symptoms. However, if you live in a group setting (like a correctional or detention facility or group home) and are around someone who has COVID-19, you should still stay away from others for 14 days and get tested, even if you don't have symptoms.
Children will not be offered vaccine in the near future. The Pfizer vaccine has only been authorized by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) for people age 16 and over and the Moderna vaccine is only authorized for people age 18 and over.
The COVID-19 vaccine is being distributed in Los Angeles County in a fair and transparent way. If someone offers to sell you a chance to get vaccinated before it is your turn, it's a scam. Please review the following fact sheet to learn about the techniques scammers are using HERE.
The LA County phone number is 833-540-0473 for those who need help navigating the County vaccine webpage to sign-up for their vaccine appointment. The phone number is staffed seven days a week from 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Updated News
April 9, 2021: L.A. County Nears 5 Million Vaccine Doses Administered - 48 New Deaths and 752 New Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County
April 2, 2021: Updated LA County Health Officer Order
December 29, 2020: Stay-at-Home Order Remains in Effect in LA County
December 1, 2020: Resolution Opposing LA County Public Health Officer Order on Prohibition of Outdoor Dining Operations
November 25, 2020: Updated Parades and Assemblies Ordinance
November 25, 2020: Beverly Hills City Council Adopts Urgency Ordinance with New Guidelines for Public Assemblies and Parades
November 10, 2020: Updated Beverly Hills Urgency Ordinance Relating to Parades and Assemblies
September 2, 2020: LA County Now Permitting Hair Salons, Barbershops to Reopen Immediately With Limited Capacity
August 6, 2020: Residential Street Sweeping to Resume August 17
July 13, 2020: Governor Newsom Orders Immediate Temporary Closure of Additional Indoor Operations
July 1, 2020: Governor Newsom Orders Closure of Indoor Operations at Restaurants
June 19, 2020: City of Beverly Hills Updates Regulations Related to Temporary Commercial Tenant Eviction Moratorium
June 19, 2020: City of Beverly Hills Urgency Ordinance Related to Residential and Commercial Tenant Evictions
June 18, 2020: LA County Approves Reopening of Additional Businesses Including Personal Care Services
June 11, 2020: LA County Moves to Stage 3 Reopening
May 29, 2020: LA County Now Permitting Hair Salons, Barbershops and In-Person Dining to Reopen Immediately with Limited Capacity
May 28, 2020: Expedited Metro Purple Line Work in Beverly Hills to Continue Through June 15
May 26, 2020: LA County Now Permitting All Retail to open at 50% Capacity
May 25, 2020: Letter to Governor Newsom Requesting Non-Essential Retail and Restaurants to Reopen
May 21, 2020: City of Beverly Hills Parks to Remain Open through Memorial Day Weekend
May 7, 2020: LA County Department of Public Health Announces Curbside Pick-Up Permitted for Certain Businesses Beginning May 8
May 7, 2020: City of Beverly Hills Parks to Close Saturday Evening through Monday Morning
May 5, 2020: Updated COVID-19 Urgency Ordinance
April 28, 2020: City Council Amends COVID-19 Urgency Ordinance Regarding Elective Procedures
April 23, 2020: Beverly Hills City Council Creating COVID-19 Business Recovery Assistance Task Force
April 10, 2020: LA County 'Safer at Home' Order Extended to May 15, 2020
April 7, 2020: Los Angeles County COVID-19 Testing Information
April 3, 2020: All BHUSD Premises are Physically Shut Down - Home Learning Extended Through the School Year
April 2, 2020: Temporary Full Closure of Wilshire Blvd. in Beverly Hills Now in Effect
March 20, 2020: Safer at Home - Do's and Don'ts
March 20, 2020: Video Message from Mayor Mirisch
March 20, 2020: City of Beverly Hills Human Services Division Offers Vital Services for our Most Vulnerable
March 17, 2020: FULL ORDINANCE - City Orders Non-Essential Retail Stores Closed to the Public
March 16, 2020: Beverly Hills Temporarily Closes La Cienega Tennis Center, Roxbury Park Tennis Courts and Greystone Mansion & Gardens
March 15, 2020: Beverly Hills Declares Local Emergency - City Hall Closed to the Public
March 13, 2020: Beverly Hills Launches New COVID-19 Hotline
March 12, 2020: BHUSD Schools to be Physically Shut Down March 13-April 5
March 12, 2020: Beverly Hills Temporarily Closes Public Library and Suspends City Sponsored Activities and Events
March 11, 2020: Beverly Hills Mayor and City Council Creating COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Advisory Committee
March 4, 2020: Joint Statement from Westside Cities Regarding Current Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
City of Beverly Hills COVID-19 Hotline

The COVID-19 Hotline Number is (310) 550-4680.

 Monday-Friday | 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

This is a service of the City of Beverly Hills to provide general information and resources, and does not constitute medical advice. Please consult with your healthcare provider regarding questions surrounding treatment and diagnosis.

City of Beverly Hills Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The City continues to receive updates from and participate in planning regarding the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) with both the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH). The City is being proactive and is in regular communication with our local and national partners to coordinate potential response.

The City's Emergency Operations Center is open each day at the highest level and emergency personnel are well trained and ready to respond.

To ensure the continued health and safety of our community, the City of Beverly Hills has provided some tips for practicing good hygiene and staying healthy such as:

  • Keep touchpoints clean – these are places that many people touch; such as door handles, counters, phones, keyboards, remote controls, etc.
  • Wash your hands– wash many times during the day, for at least 20 seconds. If you can't wash your hands, use hand sanitizer.
  • Maintain good personal hygiene and avoid touching your face.

Avoid contact with people who are sick or if you feel sick stay home. Also, consider reducing unnecessary close contact with others by avoiding handshakes or hugs.


 The public is reminded to keep in mind these key points regarding the current status of the Novel Coronavirus in the United States:

  • The term coronavirus refers to a family of viruses of which the COVID-19 is a part.
  • View the CDC Page on Current Cases in the United States, the CDC FAQ Sheet and view the LACPH FAQ Sheet.
  • The United States has implemented strict quarantine and monitoring of those returning to the United States.
  • The City continues to plan for all emergencies and specifically a potential pandemic causing a need to social distance.

This is an evolving situation and people are reminded to be prepared for any emergency and to stock up on food, water, and other basic necessities.

Face Coverings in Beverly Hills

Face Covering 6.25

All persons shall wear face coverings that cover their mouth and nose openings such as scarves (dense fabric, without holes), bandanas, neck gaiters, or other fabric face coverings, when they leave their homes or places of residence for essential activities, such as taking a walk through their neighborhood, if that person has potential to come within six feet of another person not a member of their household.
The penalty for not wearing a face covering is an administrative citation which carries a fine of $100 for the first offense, $200 for the second offense and $500 for the third and subsequent offenses.
COVID-19 Violation Information

If you have concerns about individuals that are not wearing face coverings or businesses that are not following the mandatory LA County Public Health Protocols, please contact Beverly Hills Code Enforcement at 310-285-1119.


As of February 3, 2021, the City has issued a total of 434 citations.


Blueprint for a Safer Economy - Orange Tier


Open BH: Restaurant & Business Reopening

OpenBH Image


#OpenBH is the City's process for allowing businesses to temporarily expand their services to adjacent areas such as parking lots and the public right of way (sidewalks) through a Special Event Permit. Please see below for all details, and email with any questions.


To complete an #OpenBH special event permit for outdoor dining, applicants need to complete the following for administrative review by City staff: 

  • Special event application
  • Certificate of insurance, naming the City as additionally insured. Additional information on the City’s Insurance Policy for permits can be found online.
  • Layout that following social distancing protocols

All restaurants reopening for onsite dining, indoor and out, must follow the County's protocols (Appendix I). Additionally, they have provided a toolkit for additional help online here.


View the current list of businesses that have utilized the #OpenBH program HERE.


For questions, please call the Special Events Office at (310) 285-2408 8am-5pm Monday through Friday.

Restaurants & Markets With Takeout & Delivery Options

To find out which Beverly Hills restaurants and markets are currently offering takeout and delivery, please view the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce's list HERE.

Parking Information


Contact us at 310-285-2196 for temporary residential permits and be prepared to demonstrate proof of residency. 


In the commercial district, the City will accommodate parking in front of restaurants to allow for easier access for ‘to-go’ dining.


If you have citation questions related to an exemption you should have received, contact us at 310-285-2196 Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Some of the City's parking structures have limited payment options. To view to list of parking garages, hours and more, visit our dedicated parking page HERE


Beverly Hills Residents with residential parking permits may park at no cost at four City public parking garages, view the list HERE.

Resources for Residents
Resources for Businesses

Federal Programs

State Programs
Local Programs
 LA County/Beverly Hills Health Mandates for Businesses

 Printable Graphics and Flyers

COVID-19 Business Recovery Assistance Task Force

BH Shield Logo

The COVID-19 Business Recovery Assistance Task Force is comprised of local business leaders to plan for the recovery and develop strategies for success for our business community as Beverly Hills prepares to re-open following the COVID-19 pandemic.


The members of the Task Force bring decades of Beverly Hills business, hospitality and tourism experience to this critical dialogue and will lead an even more diverse group through discussions as the business sector emerges from the pandemic.


For more information on the Task Force and how to share your expertise please contact Laura Biery, Marketing and Economic Sustainability Manager, at


The first virtual meeting of the Task Force was held on Tuesday, April 28 at 4:30 p.m. Watch a recording of the meeting HERE.


Future meetings agendas will be posted HERE

COVID-19 Kindness Task Force

Kindness Task Force

The COVID-19 Kindness Task Force is comprised of community volunteers coming together to help our seniors and most vulnerable.


We are taking action – virtually and safely – to help meet their everyday needs and to bring community back to those in isolation brought on by social distancing.


To learn more, visit the COVID-19 Kindness Task Force page.


Community members helping community members


Need Help? Let Us Know


Sign Up to Volunteer


Medical Advisory Task Force

The City’s Medical Advisory Task Force is comprised of medical professionals who advise the City Council and provide information, resources, analysis and best practices related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.


Recorded meetings can be viewed below: 


Health and Safety Commission
The Health and Safety Commission shall be advisory to the City Council and other officials and staff of the City and the Commission shall have the authority to make recommendations to the City Manager or City Council regarding matters within its purview.
The Health and Safety Commission shall strive to maintain and improve the overall health and safety of the community in accordance with its purposes and responsibilities.
To view agendas and meetings, click HERE
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The State of California, the County of Los Angeles and the City of Beverly Hills have declared a state of emergency in response to the ongoing public health concerns surrounding COVID-19. Protocols for reopening businesses first begin at the State level. After the State announces an industry can reopen, LA County Public Health will asses the timing and method for reopening businesses locally in cities including Beverly Hills.


To promote and protect public health, Beverly Hills City Hall is currently closed to the public until further notice and will operate as a virtual City Hall. 

  • What are the new mandates in the most recent Health Order?
  • Are restaurants closed?
  • Does the City of Beverly Hills have updated guidelines for Consultants and Contractors in relation to the COVID-19 emergency?
  • Are parking restrictions lifted in the City?
  • How do I report a business that is possibly open and not following the Health Order?
  • Who is responsible for providing direction to the City regarding an infectious disease protocol?
  • Is City staff trained to deal with Novel Coronavirus?
  • What can I do to prevent contracting the Novel Coronavirus or any other viruses?
  • What are symptoms of Novel Coronavirus?
  • What should I do if I am feeling sick?
  • What should I do if I've been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19?
  • How do I get tested?
  • Who is at risk if they come in contact with Novel Coronavirus?
  • Are schools closed?
  • How can I support my neighbors and the elderly in my community?
  • Do I need to wear a face covering in public?
  • Do I need to wear a face covering on private property?
  • How do I report businesses or individuals not wearing face coverings?
  • How do I make my own face covering?
  • Can I travel?
  • Where can I find additional information about the Novel Coronavirus?
According to the orange tier, the following may reopen with modifications in place and posted appendices, effective immediately: Indoor operations for restaurants can increase maximum occupancy to 50% or 200 people, whichever is less (red tier modifications for indoor and outdoor operations still remain in place); Bars without meal service may reopen outdoors only with masking required (except while drinking), tables must be eight feet apart without counter seating/service, no drinking unless seated, maximum of six people from three different households at each table, no live entertainment and establishments must abide by hours of operation from 11:30 a.m. until 10 p.m.; Breweries and wineries without meal service may remain open outdoors and reopen indoors with a maximum occupancy of 25% or 100 people, whichever is less, masking is required (except while drinking), tables must be eight feet apart without counter seating/service, a maximum of six people per table from the same household and TV viewing restricted to outdoors only; Movie theaters may increase indoor maximum occupancy to 50% or 200 people, whichever is fewer, reserved seating is required; Gyms, fitness centers and yoga studios may increase indoor maximum occupancy to 25%, masking required at all times and indoor pools may reopen; Cardrooms can reopen indoors at a maximum occupancy of 25%, masking required at all times and eight feet of distancing between tables; Places of Worship can hold services indoors at a maximum occupancy of 50%; Family Entertainment Centers can reopen indoor operations at a maximum occupancy of 25% for distanced activities and masks are required; Grocery and retail stores can increase maximum occupancy to 75%; Hair salons, barbershops and personal care services (including facials and shaving services) can increase maximum occupancy to 75% with masking required, except for services where customers need to remove their masks; Youth and adult recreational sports can apply to Public Health for approval for athletic events, tournaments or competitions that involve more than two teams or multiple individuals; Museums, zoos and aquariums may increase indoor maximum occupancy to 50%.
Restaurants are allowed to reopen both indoors and outdoors with modifications in place.
Yes. Effective immediately, Contractors/Consultants must call their department contact prior to entering a City facility. If Contractors/Consultants receive permission to enter a City facility, they are expected to practice social distancing guidelines. If Contractors/Consultants are unwell, they should go home and may not enter a City facility. If Contractor/Consultant work is related to non-essential services, the work may need to be rescheduled.For questions, please contact your department contact or Risk Management (310) 285-1073. These new requirements apply to Contractors/Consultants working inside City facilities, outside on City property and in the public right-of-way.
Street sweeping services have resumed in the City of Beverly Hills. For all permits related to residential, Class 1, department, inspector and employee parking, please dial our new number at 310-285-2500 or email
You can report a business to our Code Enforcement Department at 310-285-1119.
The City of Beverly Hills works in partnership with local, state and federal health officials (including the CDC and LA County Department of Public Health) to receive guidance and coordinate response.
Yes. The City's emergency personnel are trained and capable to respond to any emerging disease, including the Novel Coronavirus, and implement appropriate healthcare protocols.
The best way to stay healthy is eating well and practicing good hygiene such as frequently washing your hands and utilizing hand sanitizer, keeping a distance between anyone who is coughing or sneezing, avoiding touching the face and staying home if you feel unwell.
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), symptoms could appear approximately 2-14 days after exposure such as fever, cough and shortness of breath. The CDC advises anyone who is experiencing these symptoms that has either been in close contact with a person known to have Novel Coronavirus or have recently traveled from an area with widespread or ongoing community spread to contact their doctor.
If you are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19, you must remain at home at all times. Stay home for at least ten days since your first symptom appeared and at least three days after your fever has gone away (without the aid of any medication)-this could mean your self isolation goes beyond ten days in order to be fully recovered. Notify your caretakers, family or anyone you had close contact with if you have tested positive for COVID-19. Stay hydrated and get plenty of rest; if you notice symptoms getting worse or if you are at high risk (age 65 or older, have an underlying health condition or are pregnant), call your doctor immediately. Additional information can be found by visiting LA County's Fact Sheet. Also, view the CDC Fact Sheet Fact Sheet.
If you've come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you must stay home for at least 14 days from when you were last in contact with the infected person. Separate yourself from others in your home and have any essential items delivered to your door, keeping at least six feet from one another. Monitor your health for symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath or trouble breathing-if you are experiencing any of these symptoms you must follow the isolation orders for someone presumed positive for COVID-19. For more information, view LA County's Fact Sheet.
Los Angeles County is now providing access to free COVID-19 testing for County residents. While you can get tested without having symptoms, priority will be given to those with symptoms or to essential workers. There are drive-through and walk-up testing sites operating throughout the County. When residents book an appointment, they will receive a confirmation with the date, time, and specific location of the test. County residents who are in the highest-risk categories are eligible for same day or next day testing. This includes those individuals with COVID-19 symptoms who are 65 or older or have underlying health conditions. The County is currently working on expanding this network and increasing testing capacity. For information and appointments, visit LA County's testing website. Additionally, you may also contact your medical provider for COVID-19 testing information.
Currently, those at greatest risk of infection are persons who have had prolonged, unprotected close contact with a patient with symptomatic, confirmed Novel Coronavirus and those who live in or have recently been to areas with sustained transmission. Additionally, vulnerable populations such as the elderly or those with pre-existing conditions such as asthma or heart disease are most at risk.
Schools have reopened for in-person learning.
Below are some tips the CDC recommends:
  • Call to check in on any neighbors or elderly community members and see whether they need any assistance.
  • Know what medications your loved one is taking and see if you can help them have extra on hand.
  • Monitor food and other medical supplies (oxygen, incontinence, dialysis, wound care) needed and create a back-up plan.
  • Stock up on non-perishable food to have on hand in your home to minimize trips to stores.
  • If you care for a loved one living in a care facility, monitor the situation, ask about the health of the other residents frequently and know the protocol if there is an outbreak.
The COVID-19 Kindness Task Force, spearheaded by former Mayor John Mirisch and City Council, comprises of all community volunteers coming together to help each other, including seniors and the most vulnerable, during this time of crisis. For more information regarding volunteer opportunities and more, visit
In an ongoing effort to promote public health and reduce the spread of COVID-19, the City of Beverly Hills adopted an updated Urgency Ordinance on April 22nd that outlines its face covering requirements. All persons shall wear face coverings that cover their mouth and nose openings such as scarves (dense fabric, without holes), bandannas, neck gaiters or other fabric face coverings, when they leave their home or place of residence for essential activities such as taking a walk through their neighborhood if that person has potential to come within six feet of another person not a member of their household. This applies to employees of businesses that are currently permitted to be open under the LA County Health Officer Order.
The LA County Safer at Home Order mandates face coverings to be worn whenever there is, or can be, contact with others who are not household members in both public and private places.
If you wish to report individuals that are not wearing face coverings or businesses that are not following the mandatory LA County Public Health Protocols, please contact Beverly Hills Code Enforcement at 310-285-1119.
CDC advises the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus. Cloth face coverings may be fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials. Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age two, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance. To view how to make your own face covering, visit the CDC's website HERE.
At this time, the CDC recommends that people reconsider traveling abroad and domestically at this time due to the global impact of Novel Coronavirus. Check the CDC's webpage ( for up-to-date recommendations before you travel. Additionally, review any travel advisories by visiting Additionally, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced that those traveling or planning to travel outside LA County must self-quarantine for 10 days upon returning in an effort to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
City of Beverly Hills COVID-19 Hotline (dial 310-550-4680); City of Beverly Hills Office of Emergency Management (dial 310-285-1014); State of CA:; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): (dial 800-232-4636) and the LA County Department of Public Health: (dial the LA County Hotline for any health and human services needs at 2-1-1).
City of Beverly Hills Temporarily Closed Facilities

The following City facilities are closed to the public until further notice:

Beverly Hills Postponed City Sponsored Activities & Events

The following City sponsored activities and events have been postponed until further notice: 

City Department Contact Information

City Clerk: (310) 285-1000 or (310) 285-2400

City Attorney: (310) 285-1055

City Treasurer: (310) 285-2411

City Auditor: (310) 285-6866

City Manager: (310) 285-1014

Community Development: (310) 285-1141

Community Preservation: (310) 285-1119

Code Violations: (310) 285-1119

Rent Stabilization: (310) 285-1031

Community Services Administration: (310) 288-2220

Community Services Registration: (310) 285-6850

Finance: (310) 285-2424 / Utility Billing (310) 285-2436

Human Resources: (310) 285-1067

Information Technology: (310) 285-2590

Public Works: (310) 285-2467 or ask

Fire Department (Non-Emergency): (310) 281-2700

Police Department (Non-Emergency): (310) 550-4951

For an emergency, call or text 911.

Emergency Notifications for the City of Beverly Hills

The City of Beverly Hills has a mass communication system to notify citizens of an emergency or disaster. If you live or have a business in the City, your landline phone is already included. Go to Emergency Telephone Notification Sign Up to add your cell phone, email address and other information.


For emergency information specific to the City of Beverly Hills, go to the following sources:

Radio: 1500 AM


TV: Channels 10 and 35




Text: BEVHILLS and BEVHILLSPD to 888777 to receive text message alerts


For further information, contact Emergency Management at (310) 285-1080.

  • City of Beverly Hills Shield
  • City of Beverly Hills
  • 455 North Rexford Dr
    Beverly Hills, CA 90210
  • (310) 285-1000
  • Monday-Thursday 7:30AM-5:30PM
  • Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM
© Copyright 2021, City of Beverly Hills. All Rights Reserved.