City of Beverly Hills | Health | Wellness
Masks Still Required for Youth Programs in Beverly Hills
Vaccinated individuals may now visit the Beverly Hills City Hall without face coverings, in alignment with county and state masking guidelines. However, the city’s Community Services Department programs and facilities must abide by the June 15 update from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Those updates require face masks in facilities and indoor settings where youth programs are delivered. This requirement will be in effect pending further updates.
Community Service facilities and programs providing youth programs will require face masks regardless of vaccination status in order to protect children 12 years and under who utilize city programs and facilities and are currently not eligible for vaccination due to age requirements. These facilities include:
• Beverly Hills Public Library;
• La Cienega Park Community and Tennis Centers;
• Roxbury Park Community Center;
• Preschools, Adventure Camp, Summer Camps and other childcare and youth
“Our library and community centers are the homes to many of our treasured youth- based programs, and as such, regulated under stricter guidelines,” said Jenny Rogers, Community Services Director. “We look forward to future updates from L.A. County and state of California that will allow us to welcome everyone back mask free. Until that day, we ask for the continued patience and support of our community while we work together to keep everyone safe and healthy.” For the latest news on COVID-19, visit beverlyhills.org/coronavirus or call the city’s COVID-19 Hotline Monday-Friday from 9:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. at 310-550-4680.