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#PalisadesFire containment now stands at 23%, while acreage remains approximately 1325. This has been a team effort across multiple agencies, both in the air and on the ground.
**UPDATE** As a result of successful firefighting efforts, all evacuation orders in Topanga will be lifted at 6pm. Topanga Canyon Blvd. will be open to residents only, starting at 6pm. Be prepared to show ID or Topanga access card. Thank you for your patience.
AIR QUALITY ADVISORY UPDATE (Monday, May 17th):
-Smoke Advisory for #PalisadesFire has been extended to Tuesday, May 18th: https://t.co/Y158OoPtBX
Información en español:
South Coast AQMD continúa aviso de humo a causa de los incendios forestal Palisades: https://t.co/ctPFfWWfN8
Great news! State Route 2 is open in Angeles National Forest all the way from I-210 in La Canada Flintridge to State Route 138 east of Wrightwood. All repairs from the Bobcat Fire in 2020 are complete. https://t.co/xbyTKqK844
*REMINDER TO COMMUTERS* Topanga Canyon Blvd. (PCH to Mulholland) will remain closed until further notice due to the #PalisadesFire If you typically utilize the canyon for your commute, please plan to use an alternate route. We apologize for the inconvenience.