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 455 N Rexford Dr Beverly Hills CA 90210  See map

The Traffic and Parking Commission meetings generally take place on the first Thursday of the month. The commission begins review of the formal agenda at 9:30 a.m. in Conference Room 280-A at City Hall. The public is encouraged to attend and contribute their views on the proposals presented for Commission review. Meeting agendas are posted in the Beverly Hills Public Library bulletin board, North Rexford parking structure lobby and in City Hall.

Traffic and Parking Commission jurisdiction and functions are as follows:

  • Act as advisory to the City Council in all matters which relate to parking and traffic
  • Advise and counsel with the Transportation/Engineering Official and the Police Chief as to ways and means to improve general traffic conditions in the city
  • Prepare and coordinate with the Planning Commission, and recommend to the council for adoption, a comprehensive long range plan relating to transportation, traffic, and off-street and on-street parking in the city
  • Perform such other duties relating to traffic and parking matters as may be referred to it by the council, other commissions and the Transportation/Engineering Official
  • Perform the functions and duties relative to traffic, parking and public transportation vehicles as designated by the Municipal Code
  • Perform such other duties and functions as may be designated by council

If you have a traffic or parking concern you would like the Traffic and Parking Commission to address, please mail or fax correspondence to:

Public Works and Transportation Department
Attn: Traffic and Parking Commission
345 Foothill Road
Beverly Hills, CA 90210-3609

Fax:  310-278-1838
Attention: Traffic and Parking Commission

You may also email your traffic or parking concerns to: transportation@beverlyhills.org

Mark Elliot May 02, 2012 at 05:09 AM
Wouldn't it be convenient if the Commission posted its agenda online with the legally-required 72 hours advance notice? As of 10 pm Tuesday, this Thursday (9am) meeting agenda still isn't posted. Now, City Hall would tell you that they comply with the legal requirement by tacking up the paper agenda on a bulletin board. That's not enough, but the city has been uninterested in revisiting its posting policy to make online posting 72 hrs in advance a legal requirement. Shouldn't it be?


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