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FAQ - What needs a building permit?

cities and counties are allowed to make local amendments to the "California Building Standards." You should contact your local building department for permit requirements. For most permits, if you live within the City limits, you would contact
FAQ - When does the trolley run?

on the hour. Last tour departs at 4:00 p.m.
FAQ - Can I book a private trolley tour?

Contact our Transportation Department (310) 285-2452.
Community Services Department Main Page

This is your Community Services Department Do you know what your Beverly Hills Community Services Department does? From the Recreation & Parks Division to Seniors Services and from public art to the Beverly Hills Public Library, we're here
FAQ - What are the fees associated with each application?

The fees differ depending on the application type required. Please consult with planning department staff for further detail.
FAQ - Where do I get the City's demographics?

Please contact the City's Planning and Community Development department at (310) 285-1123.
FAQ - Is there a height or number of stories limit on my property?

Yes. The height limit depends on the zone and land use designation of the property. Please contact Planning Department staff for further information.
FAQ - What are the restrictions on home occupation businesses?

manufacturing, all uses conditionally permitted and prohibited in the Commercial (C3) Zone. Please contact the Planning Department for further details.
FAQ - What is your Withdrawal & Refund policy?

The Beverly Hills Recreation and Parks Department offers a Satisfaction Guaranteed policy. We strive to provide you with the highest quality recreation programs and activities. Any concerns, suggestions or ideas for improvement you have to share
FAQ - Where can I get a license for my pet?

All dogs kept within the City of Beverly Hills are required to have current dog licensing. The City's licensing program is administered by the L.A. County Department of Animal Care and Control. For your convenience, dog license applications can now
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