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The City of Beverly Hills, Vinita Park, and Velda Village Hills have teamed up to offer all people hiding from outstanding misdemeanor warrants an opportunity to have them canceled and assigned a new court date–FREE OF CHARGE!
Stop avoiding the stress you have allowed them to put on you!
The courts will wipe them away and offer a new court date for the original offense ALL FOR FREE! But this is a limited opportunity, WHICH ENDS THIS WEEK.
Also, the courts have established payment plans and fine reduction programs to help you.
We know you work hard, and 9-5 isn’t a convenient time to take advantage of this life changing event, but we are encouraging you to find the time. That is why the City has authorized 24 hour staffing to make it as convenient as possible to do the right thing.
All you have to do is show up to the Beverly Hills Police department and speak with an officer, or call (314) 889-2341 and ask to have an officer meet you at the station.
The City of Beverly Hills is excited to announce funding that will hire 4 police officers! To apply, you must pick up an application from the police department located at 7150 Natural Bridge, or call 314-382-6544 to make arrangements to have a packet mailed out. Please click here for more details!
The event was a great opportunity to practice our preparedness plans and meet all the wonderful businesses and neighbors who make our community such a vibrant place to live and work! The BBQ was a great success and the children all had fun! Thank you for your support!
The City of Beverly Hills is teaming up with Barnes Hospital, DePaul Hospital, Ameren UE, St. Louis County Police, our fire department, local public works departments, UMSL, Metro bus, local businesses, Normandy School District, and our residents (just to name a few!) to practice our disaster emergency plan. We have worked diligently over the last year to make modifications to the plan, and are inviting any local government, business, or resident to participate with us! The list of participants is constantly growing, but there is always room for YOU!
We want to make sure the City can provide government, police, fire, and utility services to our community in case of any type of emergency. In light of the recent tornados, and the time of year, we have decided it would be most beneficial to simulate a tornado disaster as the emergency for the drill.
We hope that your family will also join us in this event. The scenario will be a very family-friendly community-wide event that will allow families to practice evacuating their homes and helping other neighbors reach the City's safe spot, which is the Beverly Hills Market's parking lot at 6700 Natural Bridge. Once your family is there, the children will be welcome to look at the fire equipment, police cars, and enjoy a community party with BBQ and sodas to celebrate our pride in our neighbors and our ability to come together to help each other.
We are seeking residents interested in being a block contact for the event. This person should be familiar with the streets and people in their neighborhood, so that in the simulated disaster, they could provide responders with information of which houses have unaccounted for people, should street signs or house numbers be damaged. If you are interested, contact Officer Bennett, Officer Fitzgerald, or Chief Buchannan at the police station at 7150 Natural Bridge or call (314) 382-6544.
Please look forward to seeing our police officers volunteering their personal time in your neighborhood during this month personally inviting each house to attend, and handing out a city produced booklet of information that will help your family make good plans for what to do in the event a disaster happens. We encourage you to review the booklet and make a family plan. And if you can participate in our drill and practice your family's newly created plan with other neighbors, it will surely be a great success for all!
In a large disaster, the community must come together and be organized to succeed–the time of a disaster is too late to start making plans and wishing you had prepared. We should all have a plan ahead of time. So let's make this drill a fun and successful event for all our neighbors and organizers by participating and practicing getting prepared!
What: Beverly Hills Tornado Disaster Drill
Who: Any Beverly Hills or Velda Village Hills resident, or any business in our area
When: Saturday May 17th at 10:00AM
Were: Beverly Hills Market’s parking lot 6700 Natural Bridge Road