BEVERLY HILLS—The City of Beverly Hills is bringing back its lunch and learn series with “Building a Prepared Community” on Wednesday, October 22. The event will include a conversation with Pamela Mottice Muller, City of BH Director or Emergency Management and the Health and Safety Commission. It will take place from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
The event will be free for the public to attend at the Municipal Gallery at City Hall on Rexford Drive. “Disasters do happen and I want everyone to know what they can do individually and as a community to prepare,” said Mayor Lili Bosse. “I believe that a healthy city is a prepared city and this event is part of our ongoing effort to strengthen our ability to respond calmly to and recover quickly from an emergency.”
Participants at the event will be able to learn how to prepare for a disaster and learn things that can prepare the family in the midst of a disaster. Free two-hour parking will be available in the Civic Center parking lot at 450 Rexford Drive.
To learn more information about the Beverly Hills’ Healthy Lunch and Learn series contact (310) 285-2537.