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Media Release - March 6, 2014 - BHPD Chaplain Jonathan Aaron
464 N. Rexford Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4817 FAX: 310.246.9854 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 6, 2014 Contact: Lieutenant Lincoln Hoshino, Public Information Officer 310.285.2107 NEWS RELEASE
Fire Alarm Training School
If you have received a false fire alarm fee or would like to learn how you can prevent false alarms, please take the online fire alarm school test which can be found at the following link: Beverly Hills Fire
Fire Alarm School
Hydrant Flushing Program 2014
The City of Beverly Hills Public Works Services
has begun a Fire Protection Hydrant Flushing Program that will conducted throughout the City. As a necessary safety measure, annually the City's fire hydrants will be pressure
Permit Renewal and Registration
Appointments are offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for the following Police
services: Permit Renewal Permit Identification Card Renewal Arson Registration (per 457.1 PC)
FAQ - Does the City have vaccination services for my pet?
The first Thursday of June each year, the LA County
of Animal Care and Control offers a pet licensing and vaccination clinic in Beverly Hills. For more information, please call (310) 285-1119.
FAQ - When may I start building?
The building codes as empowered by the State of California Health and Safety codes are clear that no construction is allowed until the permit is issued. Once the permit application and accompanying plans have been submitted, the building
FAQ - What are the regulations on satellite dishes?
The city currently does not have a regulation on satellite dishes on private property. However, the planning
still reviews the installation for architectural conformity with the standards of the City of Beverly Hills in commercial
FAQ - A member of my family is disabled. What does he/she do during a fire?
Assure that you have a well-defined escape plan. Make sure that people who are confined to a wheelchair have immediate access to their wheelchair when an emergency occurs. Call the police
to make sure the person's special needs
FAQ - What should I do if I notice feral cats or stray dogs in my neighborhood?
The City has contracted with the City of Los Angeles Animal Services
(ASD) for animal care and control services, which has facilities to take in and care for strays and unwanted animals. Please call (888) 452-7381 to report strays
Beverly Hills Homeless Count
Beverly Hills Homeless Count Volunteer to help the Beverly Hills Police
and City in its biennial homeless count event on Wednesday, 1/28, starting at 8p.m. Call 310.285.1006 to reserve a spot.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/event.jsp?eventid=0&title=Beverly Hills Homeless Count
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