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.
The #RedCross is seeking a Disaster Program Manager for our LA Chapter
There is no such thing as a small disaster. In every case it is our mission to help people affected by disaster meet their emergency needs
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In 2020, Jimmy Andreoli and members of our Disaster Action Team helped provide assistance to individuals affected by the Bobcat fire.
For this #SleevesUpSunday, we'd like to recognize him for his hard work and constant dedication to the Red Cross.
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Still seeing some clouds in our area from an upper level low. These will likely break up this afternoon, so enjoy the sun today because Monday looks cloudy w a chance for rain over Santa Barbara Co. #socal #cawx #carain
Here are tide plots from Port San Luis, and Santa Monica with times set to Local time (PST). Note today's lower water level flucuations (the red line) compared to yesterday's values. #CentralCoast #CAwx #SoCal
Here are some images and video of the volcanic explosion that caused our #TsunamiAdvisory yesterday, We could still have stronger #RipCurrents today, use caution in/near the water today. #SoCal #CAwx https://t.co/gGuQnM4WNm
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.