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City of Beverly Hills
Adminstration, Communications and Crime Prevention
Unit is responsible for providing advanced technical services to the Police Department. Its members work with other
and employees in the City of Beverly Hills to provide staff within the Police
with the latest
FAQ - Do I need a permit for a demonstration?
You must speak with the Traffic Division in the Police
and they will determine whether a permit is required. Traffic Division can be reached at (310) 285-2190.
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 - What are the requirements for telecommunications installations?
The requirements and processing of telecommunications installation varies depending on the location of the actual installation. Please consult with Planning
staff for further information and detail on a particular location.
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 - How do I obtain a parade, assembly, or amplified sound permit?
Parade or assembly permits are issued by the Police
Emergency Service Bureau. Contact Lt. Timothy West at 310.285.2175 to discuss the application for these permits
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY The Information Technology
consists of three divisions: Information Technology, Cable Television, and Reprographics/ Graphics services. Contact Us: Information Technology
Architectural Commission - Agendas and Minutes
at 310-285-1141. Please notify the Planning
at least seventy-two hours prior to the meeting so that reasonable arrangements can be made to ensure accessibility. Council Chambers / Meeting Rooms are equipped with audio equipment
The Beverly Hills Police
case files remain open concerning these missing persons. Please contact the Police
if you can provide information concerning the whereabouts
Answer: Los Angeles County Health
is required to provide final health inspection and approval before the City of Beverly Hills is requested to perform the final inspection for
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