City of Beverly Hills
Residents Walk for Just in Case BH
Markowitz said that the group knocked on every door and spoke to every business in Zone 9 and found everyone receptive to the program.
Members of the Beverly Hills Community joined Beverly Hills Police and Fire Departments to promote the city’s Just In Case BH public safety program on April 17. Just in Case BH, a neighborhood-based emergency preparedness program proposed by Vice Mayor Lili Bosse, seeks to bring together residents, businesses, and city agencies in the event of city-wide disasters. The group walked around Zone 9, the neighborhoods south of Clifton Drive and east of Robertson. “We want to find people who need help and people who can help,” Vera Markowitz, who heads the Advisory Committee for Just in Case BH, told the Courier. Markowitz said that the group knocked on every door and spoke to every business in Zone 9 and found everyone receptive to the program. She said that the next walk will take place in Zone 8 (south of Wilshire Blvd., East of Beverly Dr.) in the next month or two.