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Starting Monday, May 9, 2022, West Hollywood City Hall will be open to the public for walk-in counter services. The City’s online appointment system will continue to be available and advance appointments are encouraged by visiting www.weho.org/appointments. West Hollywood...
Hours before the West Hollywood City Council Study Session on Nightlife Safety was due to begin this evening Monday, April, 25, 2022 at 6 p.m., a city press release informed the public that the meeting has been cancelled. The...
At a regular West Hollywood City Council meeting on Monday, March 21, 2021, the City Council tabled Item 4.C. The item is a WeHo public safety update that reports on crime activities in the past six months and provides...
West Hollywood City Hall and the street lanterns on Santa Monica Boulevard in the heart of the LGBT Rainbow District were lit yellow and blue in support of Ukraine as the country continues to be attacked by Russia. The city...
At approximately 2 a.m., today, Friday, February 18, 2022, a glass window at City Hall facing Santa Monica Boulevard was shattered by an apparent bullet. In response to the incident, The City of West Hollywood will close West Hollywood City Hall...
The City of West Hollywood City Hall and its City facilities will be closed for in-person services through January 28, 2022. An update of the city's website states that virtual appointments will be available for business transactions and essential services. On...
At its regular city council meeting on December 6, 2021, City staff was directed to extend the OUT Zone Program for an additional 12-month period which would allow businesses to continue to operate outdoors on private and public property, including...
West Hollywood City Hall will reorganize itself with several top-level personnel changes, including a newly named Deputy City Manager and the ouster of the Communications Manager. A source tells WEHO TIMES the reorganization will also see several shifts in...
West Hollywood City Council will consider increasing the number of Block by Block Security Ambassadors in the City’s business districts during the holiday season to promote enhanced community safety as more residents and visitors patronize the City’s commercial areas....
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