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: It has come to management’s attention that
there are organized sports activities happening at circle park on Sundays which are
not allowed. All rules for the park are
located at each of the entrances, specifically NO TEAM PRACTICE. If there is any question, please do not
hesitate to contact the office at (310) 276-3463

Monday, February 20th is Presidents Day and the Association
has allowed construction to happen on this day.

SOME BEVERLYWOOD STATISTICS: Here are some interesting items about our
neighborhood that might not be widely known.
Origin – Established in 1940 by the City of Los Angeles as an Incorporated
Size - .79 square miles (per Los Angeles Times)
Homes – 1354 individually owned homes.
Beverlywood does not have any multiple dwellings or commercial
Streets – Approximately 15 miles of paved streets (based on estimated 60 feet
of frontage times 1354 --- 81,240 divided by 5280 feet per mile.
Email distribution – Bulletins go to 1626 Email addresses. There are an estimated 250 homes that have
not provided Email addresses, others have more than one address.

information will be posted in future Bulletins.
We welcome suggestions or questions.

SAFETY INFORMATION FROM LAPD: This is in addition to items previously


If you have ever been to one of my community meetings you
have heard me preach about crime prevention through environmental design.
Environmental design refers to the arrangement and manipulation of physical
elements within a space to shape human behavior and activities. Here are some
steps you can take to prevent home burglaries through environmental design:

• Install a security system: A security system that includes
motion sensors, door and window alarms, and surveillance cameras can deter
burglars and alert you in case of a break-in.

• Trim bushes and trees near windows: Overgrown vegetation
can provide cover for burglars, so it's important to keep plants trimmed and
away from windows.

• Use solid doors and windows: Installing solid core doors
and double-paned windows can make it more difficult for burglars to break into
your home.

• Install outdoor lighting: Proper lighting can deter
burglars and make it easier for you to see who is at your door or approaching
your home.

• Secure sliding glass doors: Sliding glass doors are a
common entry point for burglars, so make sure to install a bar or lock to
prevent them from being opened from the outside.

• Reinforce entry points: Adding deadbolts and security bars
to doors and windows