One of the most popular cities of the Los Angeles County of California in the US, Beverly Hills is surrounded by Los Angeles and West Hollywood. Despite the name 'Beverly Hills', the city is a relatively 'flat'land. It is a wealthy city. Beverly Hills has a mediterranean climate marked by hot summers with little wind, warm to moderate winters and occasional rain. The 2010 US Census recorded the population at 34,109 with an average density of 5973 people per square mile. The racial makeup was reported to have comprised of 78% White, 2.2% Afro-Americans, 0.1% Native Americans, 8.9% Asians, 0.0% Pacific Islanders and 1.4% of other races. The city is known for its oil field (Beverly Hills Oil Field) and drilling operations; it has 4 urban drilling islands.
It is a happening city that is home to almost all major industries.