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Malibu, California 90265 > Public Safety (Page 2)

Excessive Rain Hits Today – 4-7 Inches Expected In Some Areas

‪FLASH FLOOD WARNING ⚠️ IN EFFECT FOR ALL WOOLSEY FIRE BURN AREAS. Heavy Rain is expected through Saturday as strong storm system approaches #SoCal. Amounts across coast/valleys 1-3" and 4-7" over the mtns & foothills! Flooding issues, mudslides & rockslides are possible! Heaviest rain for Woolsey and Hill burn areas 6 am-2 pm Sat. Peak rainfall rates of 0.50-1.00 inch per hour. Potential for significant/damaging debris and mud flows as well as rockslides. Dangerous road conditions! Seek higher ground if you are in high risk areas. #safetyfirst ‬...

Powerful Wind Gusts and Rain Storm Tonight Through Saturday

Significant wind impacts possible with upcoming storm system late Fri night-Sat including numerous trees and powerlines down, power outages, and difficult driving conditions for high profile vehicles. Potential for one of the strongest south wind events in recent years with damaging gusts of 60-80 mph possible in the watch area (highest in the mtns). Flash Flood Watch issued for recent burn areas of SBA, Ventura, and LA counties Saturday into Saturday night. Peak rainfall rates 0.50-1.00 inch per hour likely, with local rates up to 1.25 inches per hour possible across south facing mountain slopes....

Storm and Road Conditions Update 1/31 10 am

CHP is closing PCH SR-1 at Broad Beach (Northbound), about to close Southbound at Las Posas due to mudflow. #Camarillo #Malibu #WoolseyFire BEACH LIGHTENING | for the next couple of hours per @NWSLosAngeles. Los Angeles County : Venice, Santa Monica, Will Rogers, Malibu, and Zuma are currently monitoring weather. If lightning is present seek shelter off the beach. #malibu #woolseyfire photo: @timhortonphotomalibu Malibu Search and Rescue has been activated for a significant storm cell that has hit the #santamonicamountain area.  Units are out patrolling #Malibu and available to respond to emergencies. @LHSLASD #malibustrong #SAR #WoolseyFire @LASDHQ @LACOFD @LACoFireAirOps #cawx #castorm #LARain Malibu Search and Rescue has been...

New Storm System Approaching Feb. 3-8th

A new storm system is approaching our coastline possibly hitting the area by Super Bowl weekend. Local meteorologist Jason Farhang has been studying the  weather models; “Latest solutions continues end dry weather by Superbowl 53! Southern CA needs to pay close attention for February 2019. Trending SuperBowl Of Storms in development.” wrote Farhang on his FB page … “… aggressive February storm continues to trend. Late next weekend atmospheric conditions will come into sync with return of rains for our region. Timing: February 3 – 8, 2019." Woolsey Fire burn areas are extremely vulnerable to mudslides and debris flow at this time and homeowners should be prepared...

Topanga Road Closure Update

TOPANGA CANYON UPDATED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM CALTRANS REGARDING TCB ROAD CLOSURE: Caltrans is working to clear the roadway at several locations between post mil 0 to 4. Their geologist is working with maintenance and construction engineers to assess the condition of the slopes. Last Thursday, a huge boulder came down the hillside and wiped out a construction trailer and damaged a Caltrans pickup truck. The hillside needs to be carefully assessed to its stability before reopening. There are no plans to blast the hillside with water. The work that is now being performed is removing loose rock and debris that is causing a safety issue. All removed materials...

Mandatory Evacuations in Place for All Woolsey Fire Burn Areas 9/15/2019

Some properties in the Woolsey Burn area will be under a mandatory evacuation beginning at 8 a.m. If you are told to evacuate, follow the directions of law enforcement. Search and Rescue is going door to door asking residents to evacuate. Residents who do not follow evacuation orders will be asked to sign a waiver according to LASD. For more information call the City of Malibu at 310-456-2489. Due to a significant storm that is expected to arrive today, Tuesday, January 15, some properties in the Woolsey Burn area will be under a mandatory evacuation beginning at 8 a.m. If you are told to evacuate, follow the directions...

Emergency Supplies to Shelter in Place

Stock up now on emergency supplies for the possibility of sheltering in place in case in case of a natural disaster that will not allow residents to evacuate. These supplies, originally taken from the official list from the Center for Disease Control, should include a first aid kit, survival kits for the home, automobile, and workplace, and emergency water and food. Based on the most recent disaster, the Woolsey Fire, emergency supplies should last at least 14 days. First Aid Kit Store your first aid supplies in a tool box or fishing tackle box so they will be easy to carry and protected from water. Inspect your kit...