Pet Policy

Pet Policy

 
Congregation Beth El Pet Policy
 
 
One of the primary goals of Congregation Beth El is to promote a safe and healthy atmosphere for the congregants, students, faculty, staff, and visitors on the campus.  
 
Effective immediately, no pets are permitted on the premises at any time. This includes the Viterbi Torah School, Stone Family Sanctuary, Jacobs Family Community Hall, Turk Family Plaza, administration building, and all landscaped areas of the campus.
 
Exposure to pets may pose risks of animal bites, noise or disruption, and disease transmission via fleas, ticks, parasites, etc.  Pets may also pose a risk to those individuals with allergies or asthma, trigger anxiety for those who are fearful, and cause damage to grounds, buildings, and property.
 
Dogs are welcome at our Beach Services and at other offsite events, City laws permitting. Otherwise, for the safety, health and comfort of our entire community, Beth El must be a pet-free campus. For their health and safety, please do not leave pets in your car.

As a religious institution, Beth El is exempt from the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). However we do our best to be accessible to those with disabilities. Please contact Executive Director Judy Persky if you require assistance because of a disability.

 

Tue, 28 March 2017 1 Nisan 5777