Novel Coronavirus information:
Hotline Number: 310-550-4680 (Monday-Friday, 9AM-6PM)
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The City Clerk's office is now available for in-person services by appointment. All COVID-19 protocols will remain in place. Members of the community are strongly encouraged to continue with virtual services.
City Council and Commission Meetings will be hosted online until further notice.
The City Clerk's office is working remotely. Should you have questions and/or concerns please contact 310-285-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org during normal business hours Monday - Friday. You may also contact the City Clerk, Huma Ahmed at 310-285-2401 or email@example.com.
A local emergency has been declared by the City of Beverly Hills regarding COVID-19. Social distancing measures are currently in place. In an effort to promote and protect public health, Beverly Hills City Hall is operating virtually. The City is currently providing online meetings for City Council, Commission and Committee meetings.
City administrative offices are now open. Appointments are strongly encouraged. COVID-19 safety protocols remain in place. Members of the community will not be able to attend onsite City Council meetings. Please stay home and watch the meetings online or on BHTV. Your patience is greatly appreciated during this time.
City Council Meetings: Public comment on items listed on the agenda or on any topic, including public hearings can be shared through the following:
Phone: 310-288-2288 or 310-285-1020 (live call-in during the meeting)
Video (during public comment only): https://beverlyhills-org.zoom.us/my/bevpublic (passcode: 90210)
It is recommended that public written comments be submitted to the City Clerk's office by 12:00 p.m. on the meeting date. Public comments will also be taken during the meeting when the topic is being reviewed by the City Council. Written comments should identify the Agenda Item Number or Topic in the subject line of the email. Written comments will be allowed with a maximum of 350 words, which corresponds to approximately 3 minutes of speaking time.
If a comment is received after the agenda item is heard, it will not be a part of the record. Public comment via video conference will be 3 minutes per each individual comment, subject to City Council discretion.
City meetings can be viewed online at www.beverlyhills.org/watchlive. For further information, please call the City Clerk's Office at (310) 285-1000.
Marriage Licenses: the City Clerk's Office does not provide marriage license services. Please visit www.lavote.net for information.
The mission of the City Clerk's Office is to administer the democratic process of the City of Beverly Hills such as the municipal elections, City Council meetings, City records, and all legislative actions ensuring transparency to the public in an ethical, professional, and impartial manner.
The responsibilities of the City Clerk's Office are to:
- provide support to the Mayor and City Council
- provide service to the community and City departments
- plan, supervise and conduct all municipal elections
- maintain the official minutes of all proceedings, records, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, and other official City documents and public records
- provide the required public notices for meetings and public hearings
- administer the City's Records Program
- codify and maintain the Beverly Hills Municipal Code
- administer the City's commission appointment/reappointment process
- act as filing officer for all reports under the State's Political Reform Act
- accept claims and legal process against the City
- respond to requests for public records
To make a request, comment or ask a question, go to Ask Bev!