In-Person Voting Begins in Beverly Hills

In-person voting for Beverly Hills’ 2024 municipal election begins this weekend.

The city’s first voting booth will open in the auditorium at the Beverly Hills Library on Feb. 24, and it will be the only one running for the first week of in-person voting. Another three will open March 2, just three days before Election Day, at the Roxbury Park Clubhouse, the Rodeo Room at La Cienega Park and at Horace Mann Elementary School.

Voters who received mail-in ballots also have the option to physically deposit those into ballot boxes. One is at City Hall next to Kelly’s Coffee and Fudge, and another can be found at the Roxbury Park Community Center.

The deadline to either get in line for a voting booth or to drop off at a ballot is 8 p.m. on March 5. 

There are no ballot initiatives to consider for Beverly Hills residents in this year’s municipal election. However, they will decide who will fill two seats on the City Council that will be vacated by outgoing Mayor Dr. Julian Gold and Council Member Lili Bosse.

There are 10 candidates competing for those spots. They include business owners, engineers, philanthropists and attorneys, as well as current and past members of city commissions and the Beverly Hills Unified School Board. More information about them can be found on the city’s website, as well as prior coverage from the Courier.