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Update on the Private Property Debris Removal Program for the Lake and Bobcat Wildfires: The opt-in deadline to submit the Right-of-Entry (ROE) form for the recommended no-direct cost Government-Sponsored Debris Removal Program has passed. Property owners must either opt-in or opt-out of this program.
Need Assistance? The Lake Fire and Bobcat Fire Rebuilding One-on-One Appointments are available for all property owners affected by the Lake and Bobcat Fires in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. These virtual appointment sessions will help guide homeowners, developers, and/or contractors through the permitting process for their property rebuild.
Click Here to SCHEDULE Your Virtual Meeting Now through October 26, 2021
To check the status of your Debris Removal Application, Click Here.
To opt-out, property owners must complete and submit a Local Fire Debris Removal Program Application & Work Plan OR Partially Burned or Damaged Structures Application by the extended deadline, March 31, 2021. All debris removal must be completed by April 30, 2021.
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Did somebody say fall?! 🍂🍁
You might wanna grab those jackets before heading out the door because it's going to be quite cool today with highs in the 70s! Enjoy it while it lasts because summer heat is coming back later this week!
#CAwx #SoCal #autumnvibes
@NWSLosAngeles Thank you @NWSLosAngeles for helping enable NOAA Weather Radio as an alerting capability! We were able to capture audio of the successful test.
Gusty winds expected through Tuesday over parts of #LosAngeles #Ventura #SantaBarbara Counties. Hazardous driving and boating conditions expected. Stay safe out there. #cawx
NWS Oxnard and @ReadyLACounty will be testing emergency message capability on #NOAA Weather Radios between 3-4pm today. Radios in LA County will activate during the test. If you wish to provide feedback, please mention us. #CAwx #LAweather
Thanks to @pristinerehabcare and the @aarbf for partnering w/us on our 1st Sirens of Silence event!
The first of many, this event allowed children w/special needs, their families, therapists & FS 120 firefighters to meet in a sensory-sensitive space & learn from one another.
SPECIAL AIR QUALITY ADVISORY: smoke from Central California Wildfires is expected to move into portions of the South Coast Air Basin and elevate air quality levels: https://t.co/Y158Op74tv
#GulchFire a rapid response by US Forest Service Firefighters and partner agency Los Angeles County Fire both air and ground resources kept last night’s fire from becoming a large wildfire. Fire remains under investigation. @LACoFDPIO
Los Angeles County residents and business owners, including people 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, seven days a week. 211 LA County services can also be accessed online by visiting www.211la.org.