Storm season is here. Residents living in recent burn areas should monitor this page for updates regarding any evacuations, road closures or media releases. All residents should heed any and all emergency notifications. The potential for falling rocks and mud and debris flow exists and residents should maintain good situation awareness. Many canyon and local roads will be slippery and all motorists are urged to drive cautiously and slow down. Do not attempt to cross flooded areas and never enter moving water.
Residents living in recent burn areas should monitor this page for updates regarding any evacuations, road closures or media releases.
In Need of Emergency Shelter? Please go directly to one of our listed transportation pick up locations here to get a ride to one of our Winter Shelters. See the list for winter shelter sites that take walk-ins. Program Eligibility: Adults ages18 and over who are experiencing homelessness.
Now that it is September 21, we are 1 day away from the official start of fall! Some more cooling is expected today, and with stratus covering the coast it will feel very fall-like near the ocean! You might need your sweater and/or scarf and/or beanie to start the day! #CAwx
@LACOFD management teams work through the evening of Sept. 18, 2020 to review containment resources, schedules, and strategies against the aggressive #BobcatFire in #JuniperHills, CA. The fire has grown to 91,000+ acres at 15% containment as of 9/19/2020.
Sunset from the coastal mountains overlooking Crescent City, with marine layer clouds filling in along the coastal plain. #CAwx
Quebec 1&2 filling up from #lakepalmdale today to provide support on the #BOBCATFIRE
@LACoFireAirOps @LACoFDPIO @LACOFD @QuebecLA
COVID-19 Daily Update:
September 20, 2020
New Cases: 991 (260,797 to date)
New Deaths: 23 (6,353 to date)
Current Hospitalizations: 765
#BobcatFire Evening Operational Update for September 20, 2020 #LACoFD #LACoFDPIO
Among the people I met today, I had the pleasure of meeting a military veteran who lives in Juniper Hills. He showed me his property that he unfortunately lost to this wildfire & shared some wonderful memories with me. Although his home is gone, his spirits were high.
Today, I visited one of the #LASD Command Posts for the #BobcatFire & saw the devastating damage this fire has caused. I also met w/deputies who are working day & night to ensure the @CountyofLA residents are supported in their time of need. LASD is here for you.
Los Angeles County residents, renters, and business owners, including persons with disabilities and others with access and functional needs, may call 211 LA County for emergency preparedness information, and other referral services. The toll-free 2-1-1 number is available 24 hours a day and seven days a week. 211 LA County services can also be accessed by visiting http://211la.org.