The City of Beverly Hills is looking forward to businesses reopening as quickly and safely as possible under California’s four-stage reopening plan.
The City of Beverly Hills and all of Los Angeles County are now in the first phase of stage 3 of reopening.
OPEN BH: RESTAURANT AND BUSINESS REOPENING
On May 29, 2020, the LA County Roadmap to Recovery added restaurants to the list of businesses that can reopen for in-person service. Lower-risk retail and other services, such as barber shops and hair salons, can also reopen with limited occupancy.
#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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
For questions, please call the Special Events Office at (310) 285-2408 8am-5pm Monday through Friday.
Printable Social Distancing Graphics
- City of Beverly Hills Face Covering PDF
- Face Covering Infographic
- Social Distancing Infographic
- Retail Reopening PDF
- Restaurant Reopening PDF
Los Angeles County Roadmap to Recovery
Here are some resources affected businesses can refer to:
- Updated Safer at Work Order (07.14.20)- Lists businesses that can reopen
- APPENDIX A: Protocols for Social Distancing (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX B: Protocols for Retail Businesses Opening for In Person Shopping (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX C: Protocols for Warehousing, Manufacturing, Logistics (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX D: Protocols for Office-Based Worksites (06.15.20)
- APPENDIX E: Protocols for Shopping Center Operators (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX F: Places of Worship Protocol (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX G: Protocols for Vehicle Based Parades or Drive Thru Events (05.26.20)
- APPENDIX H: Hair Salons/Barber Shops (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX I: Restaurants (06.28.20) - Updated Protocol Pending
- APPENDIX J: Music, Television and Film Production (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX K: Day Camps (06.12.20)
- APPENDIX L: Gym and Fitness Establishments (07.01.20)
- APPENDIX M: Museums, Galleries, Zoos and Aquariums (07.01.20)
- APPENDIX N: Professional Sports Leagues and Facilities Opening for Training Sessions and Spectator-Free Events (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX O: Campgrounds, RV parks and Cabin Rental Units (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX P: Hotels, Lodging and Short-Term Rentals (06.29.20)
- APPENDIX R: Personal Care Establishments - Nail Salons, Massage, Estheticians, etc. (06.29.20)
- CLOSED as of June 28, 2020 - APPENDIX S*** Bars, Winery and Brewery Rooms ***Note: The California Department of Public Health has ordered all Bars, Winery and Brewery Rooms in Los Angeles County to close again as of June 28, 2020.
- LA County Safer at Home - What's Open in LA County Guide
- Customer Safety Guidelines: Curbside Pick-Up
- Business Safety Guidelines: Curbside Pick-Up
- State Guidance by Industry
- State Guidance for Future Restaurant Dining (County by County Variance Section)
- Roadmap to Recovery Infographic
- State of California Resilience Roadmap
COVID-19 Business Recovery Assistance Task Force
The City Council of the City of Beverly Hills created the COVID-19 Business Recovery Assistance Task Force. The 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 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 with the business community.