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The City of Beverly Hills


Beverly Hills, California is perhaps one of the most famous cities in Los Angeles County. Known as “90210,” the city is home to many celebrities and includes the famous Rodeo Drive shopping district. Approximately 34,000 people call Beverly Hills home and the average family income sits somewhere around $100,000 per year. Notable residents include Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Richard Nixon, Ray Charles, Vera Wang and Jennifer Aniston. 


Beverly Hills History


Maria Rita Quinteros de Valdez was the original settler of Beverly Hills in 1828. The 4,500 acre property was known as Rancho Rodeo de las Aguas. After being regularly hassled by Native Americans and being assaulted in 1852, the ranch was sold to Benjamin Davis Wilson and Henry Hancock. The ranch would eventually go on to be subdivided into 75 acre parcels of land. Most of the land was acquired by Henry Hammel and Andrew H. Denker who used the land to grow lima beans. 


The lima bean ranch would eventually be purchased by a group of oil investors who started searching for oil on the land. Instead, the group found water and decided to build up a community in the area. They named the community “Beverly Hills” after the famous Beverly Farms in Beverly, Massachusetts. At the time, the community barred non-whites from renting or owning property. Jews were also unable to rent or purchase property in the area. 


Geography and Climate


Beverly Hills has a Mediterranean climate with the average temperature sitting at 85 degrees Farenheit in the peak of summer. The average temperature in winter is a mild 67 degrees. The city receives approximately 18 inches of rain each year.


Beverly Hills is surrounded by the city of Los Angeles. To the northwest, sits the affluent Bel-Air neighborhood and to the east sits West Hollywood. 


Things to Do


One of Beverly Hills’ most famous attractions is the Rodeo Drive shopping district, which features shops from high end designers in the fashion industry. While shopping in the district, visitors can also take a trolley tour of the area. 


The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences can also be found in the city where visitors can catch a flick. The Beverly Hills Garden Park and Greystone Mansion are also popular sites in town. The local farmer’s market is a weekly event in which visitors can purchase some of the finest seasonal fruits and vegetables grown in California. 

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