BEVERLY HILLS—On Monday, May 14, the city of Beverly Hills announced its participation in the national advocacy and educational event, Infrastructure Week, which will take place from May 14 thru May 21. Hundreds of businesses, local governments and elected officials will come together to spread the message about why it is #TimeToBuild.

According to a press release Canyon News received from Garin Hussenjian, Public Information Coordinator for Beverly Hills, the city will be spreading the word at its annual Public Works Day event on Sunday, May 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Farmers’ Market located at 9300 block of Civic Center Drive, and with informative social media posts throughout the week.

“Solid infrastructure is the backbone of any city. The Department of Public Works is committed to providing quality public works services for the City of Beverly Hills,” said Mayor Julian A. Gold, M.D. Mayor Gold continued, “Whether in civil engineering, street maintenance, urban forestry, parking services, solid waste disposal or water utility, Public Works is committed to ensuring a positive and seamless infrastructure experience for the residents, businesses and visitors of Beverly Hills.”

“We are thrilled that Beverly Hills is joining Infrastructure Week. The dire state of America’s infrastructure is one of the most pressing issues facing us as a nation, and the benefits of a stronger, better infrastructure system will be far-reaching and long-lasting. During Infrastructure Week, we bring together the public and private sector to encourage lawmakers to highlight innovation and leadership, think long-term, and invest in infrastructure at the federal, state and local level,” said Zach Schafer, Director of Infrastructure Week.

For details about the city of Beverly Hills Department of Public Works, visit  Call 310-285-2467 or email with any questions. For details about Infrastructure Week visit