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Main Campus Address

8831 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034

*Parking Rules for all visitors to BTS*
Please park on Regent or Venice Blvd. only. There is absolutely no parking ever on Vera, Ivy, Helms or in the Helms Parking Lot.

Please help us be good neighbors and respect the parking policy.




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Or contact Cheryl Wolf at 310.204.5200 ext.213



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