Recovery information for LA County residents affected by the Tick Fire, including information about a Local Assistance Center is available here.
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Official account of the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management for disaster & preparedness information. Please note change @LACOOEM to @ReadyLACounty
A great way to start planning for an emergency is to get your family involved in writing a Family Emergency Plan. Click here ➡️ https://t.co/KIseNGSfXf to learn about the ten essential actions for a family plan.
LA County and a coalition of public agencies have reached a tentative settlement with @SCE to recover costs and damages from the #WoolseyFire
Details ➡️ https://t.co/XyS5zcinCt
🚧I-710 FULL CLOSURES🚧
Check out the closure schedule for this weekend’s 55-hour extended weekend closure on northbound I-710 in the cities of Bell Gardens, Vernon and Commerce. #BeWorkZoneAlert
#CheckBeforeYouBurn EXTENSION: No-Burn Day extended through Friday, November 15th: https://t.co/BXsAJogSMd
What did your Tuesday Evening look like? #LAFD #CERT Students in #SanFernando learning the basics of Bandaging and how to Immobilize potential fractures with @CertLAFD Instructor #Firefighter Mitch McKnight. @citysanfernando
@LASchoolPolice If you are not able to make the press conference please view it here.
#HappeningNow @LASDHQ Alex Villanueva, Homicide @LASchoolPolice speaking on Deputy-Involved shooting at Torres HS.
@LACoSheriff & @LASchoolPolice Chief Zipperman to address media regarding the Deputy-Involved Shooting out of @EastLALASD. Media please make your way to the area by the baseball fields on Sunol Dr & Michigan Ave
At this time Torres HS remains on lockdown. Students will be released at normal dismissal hours. If parents choose to pick up a student early, the student request and reunion gates are located on Hammel St & Eastern Ave. Parents will need proper identification to pick up students
During disasters neighbors will need the assistance that you and others in your community can quickly provide. Spread kindness today and say hello to a neighbor. More than 9 of every 10 victims are rescued by neighbors, not professional responders. #WorldKindnessDay
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.