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.
Ready Los Angeles CountyFollow37,2378,482
Official Account of the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management for disaster & preparedness information. Please note change @LACOOEM to @ReadyLACounty
Did you know that 70% - 95% of disaster victims are rescued by their neighbors? Prepare for any future emergency alongside your neighbors with the FREE @CountyofLA 5-Step Neighborhood Action Kit!
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Stay informed w/ Alert LA County – the County’s official emergency notification system! 🚨
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🔔 #WoolseyFire Residents. Workers, & Small Business Owners:
@CountyofLA, @LAUnitedWay, @calfund are offering employment and financial assistance for those affected by the recent Woolsey & #HillFires.
For more info,
📨 Email CGepner@communitycenter.org
📞 Call (818) 947-2923
Going on a road trip for #SummerVacation?
Travel safely by remembering to:
📍 Buckle up
📍 Respect other drivers
📍 Give undivided attention to the road
📍 Do not drive while impaired
📍 Observe speed limits
Are you traveling by car this weekend for #SummerVacation?
Before you motor 🚗💨, check:
- If you passed safety & emissions tests
- Brakes & tires
- Gas tank level
- Car emergency supply kit
Want to learn how to help yourself and your neighbors get organized and ready for action during emergencies? Download the FREE @CountyofLA 5-Step Neighborhood Action Kit!
Learn more useful emergency preparedness tips by reading our FREE Emergency Survival Guide! 📔
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Prepare for the next BIG ONE by participating in this years Great California #ShakeOut!
For participation instructions and resources, visit:
Be prepared for any emergency during #GradSeason 🎓
If you are experiencing an attack and there is an explosion outside,
- Stay inside
- Stay away from any windows, elevators, and outside doors
- When safe, inform police of any helpful information you may have
Be prepared for any emergency while celebrating this #GradSeason 🎓
If you are under an attack and there is smoke/fire,
- Get near the floor
- If possible, cover mouth and nose w/a wet cloth
- Find a safe way to evacuate
- Exit quickly & calmly. Do not attempt to open hot doors.
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.