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The Beverly Hills Police
offers the following free services to Beverly Hills residents and merchants: Residential Security Inspections Door and Window Locks Alarm Systems Lighting
The City of Beverly Hills Community Services
offers a colorful palette of programs and services for seniors. Art classes, computer classes, health, yoga, library services, group excursions and more. We provide a wonderful environment
The Beverly Hills Fire
has three strategically-located fire stations that house engine and truck companies which provide fire suppression, rescue, and emergency medical services. Each station is staffed in shifts. Personnel
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 - Who can I call if I have a complaint about my landlord?
The Code Enforcement Division of the Building and Safety
is responsible for the enforcement of the Beverly Hills Municipal code provisions regulating residential multi-family rent stabilization relating to allowable rent increases
FAQ - How do I know if I have an account already set up or if I have forgotten my password?
If you have registered with the Recreation & Parks
in the past and provided an e-mail address, your e-mail address will be in our database. Please click here and enter your e-mail address. Your Client ID number and PIN will be e-mailed
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
of Animal Care and Control. For your convenience, dog license applications can now
Enhanced Interactive Web Maps (GIS websites) released
cartographic design for easier readability The Information Technology
of the City of Beverly Hills continues to improve the accessibility of geographic information for public use. All content information is updated regularly and available
Six City Employees Win Rotary Vocational Awards
Captain David Perusse, Fire Engineer Charles Ratcliff, Community Development Director Susan Healy Keene, Director of Project Administration Alan Schneider, Police Sergeant Max Subin and Police Detective George Elwell, were recognized Monday
http://www.beverlyhillshistoricalsociety.org º Los Angeles Conservancy http://www.laconservancy.org Reina Kapadia, AICP Associate Planner (310) 285 - 1129 firstname.lastname@example.org City of Beverly hills Community Development
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