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Public Safety

Lights on West Hollywood

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The City of West Hollywood’s Lights On West Hollywood program enhances public safety in our neighborhoods by providing free motion detector lights to qualifying addresses in the City. 

To receive a free light, participants must be West Hollywood residents or own a business or property in West Hollywood. 

One motion detector light is available per address — lights are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The City of West Hollywood will not install lights or be responsible for maintenance. Supplies are limited and Neighborhood Watch participants will receive priority. Applicants who are renters must have the authorization of the property owner where the light is to be installed. 

Download the form [PDF] and return it to: 

City of West Hollywood
City Manager's Department / West Hollywood City Hall
8300 Santa Monica Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA  90069

For more information, please call the City Manager's Department at (323) 848-6460.