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.
In 140 years, we’ve responded to nearly 3 million disasters. Emergencies like #homefires, #hurricanes, #tornadoes, #floods and more. This work continues to be constant as disasters are becoming more frequent and intense.
Reminder: Organic waste collection service is starting soon in #LACounty. Learn more at a virtual community workshop today. The draft Organic Waste Disposal Reduction Ordinance will also be discussed. #RecycleOrganicWaste
Register at https://t.co/XBz9KsaQQQ
Did you know that up to 40% of the water supply in @CountyofLA comes from 26 water conservation facilities called spreading grounds? These essential facilities retain and recharge LA County’s storm water for future use. Learn more at https://t.co/l9WBmt1V4u.
Dream job alert! We're hiring transmission lineworkers — learn more and apply now.
#EdisonCareers #Lineworkers #NowHiring #SkilledTrades
As we close out #RRSAW2021, we hope you will remember that having a safe (road) system, where everyone gets home safely, is a shared responsibility. Will you do your part as we Live, Work and Explore along the #RuralRoadtoZero? Lives depend on it! #RuralRoadSafety
For our last day of #RRSAW we’ll be discussing Post-Crash Care. When a person is injured in a crash, they rely on emergency responders. But first responders rely on us too! When you see lights, vests, and reflectors...slow down and move over to keep our emergency responders safe.
Coming up, more monsoonal moisture will bring a chance of showers for our area. We could see some sprinkles by late Sat night, with more significant showers Sun night-Mon. Keep an eye on the forecast and plan accordingly! #socal #CArain #CAwx
The Red Cross responded to a fire in #SouthLA & helped one resident. Thank you @LAFDtalk for your response.
Test your smoke alarm & change the batteries if needed
Thank you Victoria Ramirez Gomez, Claudia Alvarez & Amanda Morita for your response.
Here are some extra precautions you should take when a #wildfire approaches your area. Remember to have your #emergencykit ready for use when the time comes for evacuation. Resources for wildfire safety can be found here: https://t.co/fWqMNPm70j
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.