Los Angeles County is on the road back from the worst wildfire in its modern history, and this resource guide is intended to help streamline the recovery process for affected residents and businesses. Los Angeles County and its agency partners are working together to provide comprehensive services so those affected by this disaster have what they need to rebuild their lives. Please click on the links below for detailed information on everything from air quality to mental health counseling, as well as links to report damage and register for federal assistance.
The County of Los Angeles is launching a new support service to help you during your recovery process. One-on-one rebuilding workshop sessions will be held on Saturdays, during the months of March and April. This is an opportunity to get free customized support for your rebuilding plans. Your private workshop session will focus on information specifically for your property, such as help drafting rebuild plans, identifying required permits, finding qualified contractors and much more. Click below for more information and to o book your appointment.
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Do you have questions about opting-in to the no-cost fire debris removal program? Visit the Debris Removal Operations Center located at 26610 Agoura Road in Calabasas. It is open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Please call 626-979-5370 for more information.
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Rebuilding Workshops with One-on-One Appointments for Homeowners
Schedule a FREE one-on-one appointment to get expert advice and guidance for County Unincorporated Area residents on how to: Prepare plans for your re...
Congratulations Capt. Scott. Your success is well deserved.
Erik Scott on Twitter
“Honored to promote to the rank of Captain II for the #LAFD. Thanks to the unceasing support of my amazing wife and family, devoted study partne...
Natural Gas Leak; 7:45AM; 216 W Slauson Av; Florence; Reported gas leak with a possible explosion. Heavy fire from storm drains exposing structures. Man hole cover(s) displaced due to underground pressure. Injuries Reported. Details = @LAFD. 📷: @loomup
A 9000-gallon tanker leaked flammable liquid into the storm drain. Firefighters did an excellent job of keeping the residents in Florence safe, when the spill ignited the fuel above ground and in the drainage system underground beneath the neighborhood. #LAFD #StPatricksDay
Erik Scott on Twitter
“Natural Gas Leak; 7:45AM; 216 W Slauson Av; Florence; Reported gas leak with a possible explosion. Heavy fire from storm drains exposing struct...
We know many of you are super excited #StPatricksDay is here, but we want you to enjoy the day in a safe & responsible manner. We also didn't want to get caught not wearing green, so what do you think if we added a little color to one of our LAPD police cars?
#Traffic effects caused by #Florence #LosAngeles explosion this morning on #Slauson. Slauson will be closed eastbound and westbound between Broadway and Main for minimum 5 hours. Plan accordingly and #drivesafe.
The Phillips incident has concluded. @LACOFD Health Hazmat Division will continue to assist Phillips 66 engineers with air monitoring. Outstanding collaborative effort with refinery fire brigade personnel and LA County Fire special operations units.
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.