After five days of curfews in the City of Beverly Hills in response to protests that erupted locally on May 30, the City has cancelled all curfews effective immediately. After several days of peaceful protests without looting or vandalism, it appears that Beverly Hills residences and businesses can continue plans for reopening as soon as June 8.
“We thank our residents and business community for their patience and cooperation as we work to keep our community safe,” said Mayor Lester Friedman.
The Beverly Hills Police Department continues to actively patrol the entire City with the support of partner law enforcement agencies.
The City of West Hollywood also announced its curfew order has been lifted as of June 4. The local community is still urged to use social and physical distancing of at least six feet and follow city requirements for the use of face coverings in public to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Mayor Eric Garcetti also announced that there will be no curfew in the City of Los Angeles, as of June 4.
“Angelenos are rallying around powerful and peaceful demonstrations against racial injustice,” said Mayor Garcetti. “We remain committed to protecting the right of all people to make their voices heard and ensuring the safety of protesters, businesses, residents, families, and our entire community.”
This curfew lift extends to all of Los Angeles County, including the cities of Santa Monica and Culver City.
For the latest emergency information, please visit www.beverlyhills.org