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FAQ - Why can't I go to any hospital that I want?
It is the Beverly Hills Fire
policy to try, whenever possible, to transport each patient to their hospital of choice. However, depending on the severity of a patient's condition we cannot always spend the additional time it would take
FAQ - What is your Withdrawal & Refund policy?
The Beverly Hills Recreation and Parks
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 for Commercial/Non-Residential Driveway Approach
FAQ - How can I obtain a copy of a crime report?
and allow 10 business days for processing. In Person. Contact the Police
Records Bureau at 464 North Rexford Dr. during business hours, 7:30 am to 11:30 pm daily. Valid picture identification MUST be presented. The fee is $1.00 for the first
FAQ - What are the uses allowed on a commercial property?
the business where it is located, and is not more than 20 feet wide by 40 feet in length. Please consult with planning
staff for further detail.
Purple Line Extension The Purple Line Extension is a project of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit District (Metro). Most of your questions likely will be answered on their extensive website, https://www.metro.net/projects/westside
FAQ - Where can I get a zoning map showing a particular property or lot?
A copy of the City of Beverly Hills zoning map is available in the Building and Safety
for viewing. You may also contact Planning staff at 310.285.1141.
FAQ - Where do I go if I need to look at the plans of a building?
Microfilmed plans of most buildings in the city are stored in Community Development; contact the Building and Safety
Records Technician, located in the Building and Safety Department, or phone 310-285-1158.
FAQ - Where do I pick up the permit once my project is approved?
Once you receive a letter from the planning
stating that the project has either been approved or conditionally approved, you can pick up the permit from the Building and Safety
located at 455 N Rexford Drive. The Open-air
FAQ - How can I request for an inspection for one of the construction jobs I have in the City?
The City of Beverly Hills offers automatic Inspection Request Systems, available online or by telephone. These systems automate the inspection request and construction activity tracking process for
of Community Development customers.
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