City Hall 455 N Rexford Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210
Beverly Hills City Hall is a Spanish Renaissance-style building that was designed by architect William Gage. Built in…More 1932 and renovated in 1982, it features a low base with an eight-story tower with marble walls, terrazzo floors and intricate ceilings. It currently houses offices for the Mayor, City Council, City Manager, City Clerk, City Attorney, Human Services, Recreation and Parks, Transportation, Policy and Management and more.
Free two-hour parking is available in the city lot across the street.
City of Beverly Hills Parking 455 N Rexford Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 This large parking ground serves the government buildings for the City of Beverly Hills and is adjacent to the library…More and the Sunday morning farmers' market. The first two hours are free but normal parking lot prices apply for longer periods. Monthly parking passes may be purchased.
Coldwater Canyon Park 1100 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 Coldwater Canyon Park starts out in a residential area of Beverly Hills and then slopes upwards to the hills on…More Mulholland Drive. The park area is wedged between two of the city's reservoirs, in a space shared with the neighboring Franklin Canyon Park. At the base is a small play area for children, a picnic space on the green and a water feature that cascades through the park. The new jogging path is a popular exercise spot for families.
Beverly Gardens Park N Santa Monica Blvd & N Rexford Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 Established in 1911, Beverly Gardens Park is sandwiched between the Rodeo Drive shopping district and elegant, vintage…More Beverly Hills homes and churches. You will also pass the magnificent City Hall building as you walk the park's path. Beverly Gardens Park boasts some of the nicest gardens and works of art in the Beverly Hills area, as well as public restrooms and metered parking lots.
Beverly Canon Gardens 225 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 When the Montage Hotel presented its building plans to the City of Beverly Hills, it was decided that a small section of…More the property would become a public space. In 2009, when construction for the property was completed, the Beverly Canon Gardens were born. The small strip of green offers tourists, residents and local businesspeople a spot to sit by the fountain to relax, read a book or have lunch. There are two restaurants that overlook the park, but it is much more fun to brown bag it and sit at one of the tables by the fountain. During the summer months the park hosts free concerts and at night it glows with soft gas lamps. The park is adjacent to a city parking lot that offers the first two hours of parking for free.