BEVERLY HILLS–According to a press news from the city of Beverly Hills, the Beverly Hills Recreation and Parks Commission is holding a public discussion on the issuance of a personal training permit to people who are providing personal training to clients in select public parks.
According to an interoffice memorandum from Recreation Services Manager Teri Angel, on August 25, Roxbury, La Cienega, and Coldwater are the only parks that will be affected. Canyon News has reached out to Dana Beesen, Publicist at the City of Beverly Hills, for confirmation of the parks affected. She has returned with a response confirming that Roxbury and La Cienega will be affected, and Coldwater might be affected.
A public discussion will be held on Tuesday, November 24, at 2 p.m. at Beverly Hills City Hall located at 455 North Rexford Drive, Room 280A. The city is encouraging members of the community to attend, or send comments to be read at the meeting to Dana Beesen at email@example.com by November 23. For additional information residents can call (310) 285-6820.
Due to complaints by park visitors of an increased use of space by personal trainers and their clients, the city of Beverly Hills is contemplating enforcement of issuance of personal training permits for individuals using select public parks for business. Beverly Hills is looking to work with personal trainers and the community to meet their needs regarding this issue.
Although the use of public parks for individual or group instruction is not allowed without a permit, there has been minimal enforcement of the rules and regulations.