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How To Help And Stay Informed With The Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire

How To Help And Stay Informed With The Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire

The Woolsey Fire and Camp Fire have caused tremendous destruction across California. With many lives lost, and many more missing, there has never been a more important time for everyone to support each other. Sign up for emergency alerts in the City of Los Angeles by texting ‘READY’ to 888777.

DONATIONS

If you would like to help Woolsey Fire victims, officials urge monetary donations to local non-profits, such as:

Fire information and tracking:

Woolsey Fire

Official information (at the time of posting 11/16):

  • 98,362 acres – 69% contained

Hill Fire

Official information (at the time of posting 11/16):

  • 4,531 acres – 100% contained

Camp Fire (Northern California)

Official information (at the time of posting 11/16):

  • 140,000 acres – 40% contained

  • Structures Destroyed: 6,453 residences, 260 commercial

  • Structures Threatened: 15,500

  • Fatalities: 29 civilian

Woolsey Fire Area

Evacuation Map

  • Malibu- entire city plus areas south of 101 Freeway from Ventura County border to Las Virgines/Malibu Canyon, southward to the ocean

  • Hidden Hills- entire community – residents urged to take Valley Circle Boulevard towards Chatsworth

  • Calabasas – entire city

  • Monte Nido/ Topanga – entire community

  • Liberty Canyon west to Decker Canyon and south all the way to Pacific Coast Highway

  • Las Virgenes/Malibu Canyon east to Decker Canyon and west to Malibu/PCH

  • Oak Park-entire community

  • Bell Canyon- entire community

  • South of Bard Lake, east of Highway 23

  • South of Highway 101, east of Reino Road, north of Potrero Road, East to the Los Angeles/Ventura County Line

  • Westlake Village

  • West Hills, west of Valley Circle Boulevard with border to the north at Roscoe Boulevard and to the south at Vanowen Street.

  • Thousand Oaks – Thousand Oaks Boulevard north to Sunset Hills, from Oak Park west to Highway 23

  • West of Highway 23, south of Olsen Road, north to Pederson Road

Hill Fire Area:

  • Point Mugu

  • South Coast

EVACUATION CENTERS

  • Camarillo Community Center – 1605 E. Burnley St., Camarillo, CA 93010. Accepting small animals.

  • Borchard Community Center – 190 Reino Rd., Newbury Park, CA 91320. Accepting small animals.

  • Goebel Senior Adult Center – 1385 E. Janss Rd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 (at capacity)

  • Thousand Oaks Teen Center – 1375 E. Janss Rd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 (at capacity)

  • Thousand Oaks Community Center – 2525 N. Moorpark Rd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 (closed)

  • Rancho Santa Susana Recreation Center – 5005 Unit C Los Angeles Ave., Simi Valley, CA 93063 (no animals accepted

  • Taft Charter High School – 5461 Winnetka Ave., Woodland Hills, CA 91364 (at capacity)

  • Pierce College – 7100 El Rancho Dr., Woodland Hills, CA 91371 (Entrance off Desoto Ave.)

  • Los Angeles County Animal Services Accepting large animals (at capacity)

  • Canoga Park High School

  • Palisades Charter High School

ROAD CLOSURES

As of 11/11/18 at 12:03am:

  • Hwy 101 both directions at Valley Circle to Reyes Adobe

  • Hwy 101 offramps at Camarillo Springs

  • Hwy 1 southbound (Pacific Coast Hwy) closed at Las Posas Rd.

  • Bell Canyon Rd. at Valley Circle Blvd.

  • Borchard at Los Vientos Dr.

  • Lynn Rd. at Reino Rd.

  • Potrero Rd. is closed between Rancho Dos Vientos and S. Lewis Rd.

  • Kanan Rd. Between Westlake Bl. and Lindero Canyon Rd.

  • Falling Star Ave. at Kanan Rd. Erbes Rd. at Sapra St.

PET BOARDING

As of 11/11/18 at 12:03am

Animals in crates are accepted at all Red Cross shelters EXCEPT Palisades Charter

  • Antelope Valley Fairgrounds: 2551 W. Ave. H, Lancaster

  • Ventura County Fair Grounds – 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura, CA 93001 (at capacity)

  • Ventura County Animal Services (805) 388-4258

  • Ventura County Animal Shelter – 600 Aviation Dr, Camarillo, CA 93010

  • Ventura County Animal Services (805) 388-4258 Accepting small animals

  • Simi Valley Animal Shelter – 670 W Los Angeles Ave, Simi Valley · (805) 388-4341 Accepting small animals

  • Pierce College – 7100 El Rancho Drive Woodland Hills, CA 91371 (Entrance off Desoto Ave.) (at capacity)

  • Los Angeles County Animal Services Hansen Dam Equestrian Center – 11127 Orcas Avenue, * Lake View Terrace, CA 91342 (at capacity)

  • Los Angeles County Animal Services Earl Warren Show Grounds – 3400 Calle Real, Santa Barbara, CA 93105 Check-in at Gate C off of Calle Real Accepting large animals

If you need large animal assistance, please call (805) 388-4258.

VCA Animal Hospitals offering free pet boarding for those affected by the wildfires.

HEALTH ALERTS

As of 11/10/18 at 11:00am

Air quality is unhealthy in the following areas:

  • Central L.A. County

  • West San Fernando Valley

  • East San Fernando Valley

  • West San Gabriel Valley Minimize outdoor activities if you have heart disease, asthma, other respiratory diseases.

Keep windows and doors shut and stay indoors as much as possible.

Evacuation Terminology

Mandatory Evacuation

Mandatory Evacuation Orders may be initiated by law enforcement, Fire Departments, Public Health Agencies, and in rare cases some federal agencies when residents are requested to vacate the area due to an imminent threat.All non-essential persons are requested to leave the area immediately.

Conditions exist that SERIOUSLY IMPERILor ENDANGER the lives of those in the defined area.

The danger is IMMINENT!

Generally, residents will not be forcibly removed from their own property however those found to be on public property including roadways and public parks may be subject to removal from the area.

Once out of the area, the general public (including residents) will not be permitted to return until conditions permit.

Any non-essential persons found by officials traveling through, or loitering in, the area will be escorted out and not permitted to re-enter the area. Those found to be interfering with the disaster response are SUBJECT TO ARREST.

Utility workers in work vehicles including Southern California Edison, the Gas Company, etc shall be permitted beyond closures for official business only.

Subsequent to §409.5(d) p.c., nothing shall prevent a duly authorized representative of any news service, newspaper, or radio or television station or network from entering the area unless the area is determined to be a crime scene.

Voluntary Evacuation

Voluntary Evacuations may be initiated by law enforcement, Fire Departments, Public Health Agencies, and in rare cases federal agencies. Voluntary Evacuation orders are issued when residents should begin preparing for a potential mandatory evacuation order to be issued.Access to the area under a voluntary evacuation order may or may not restricted by a soft or hard closure.

The threat to lives is NOT YET IMMINENT.

Due to the potential for rapidly changing conditions to develop into a serious threat, residents are advised to prepare for the issuance of an evacuation order.

Residents should prepare personal belongings including pets and livestock for evacuation.

Advance measures should be taken to prevent harm to individuals with mobility issues or other types of access and functional needs.

Shelter-in-Place Order

Conditions exist that may ENDANGER the lives of those in a defined area.

Access to the area under a shelter in place order may or may not be restricted by a soft or hard closure.

Residents should select an interior room or rooms within their home or business with no or few windows, and taking refuge there.

Hard Road Closure

Law enforcement will prevent the general public from entering the area on foot or by vehicle.

In the case of a long-term closure, barricades may be used to maintain the closure in lieu of law enforcement personnel.

Subsequent to §409.5(d) p.c., nothing shall prevent a duly authorized representative of any news service, newspaper, or radio or television station or network from entering the area unless it is a secured crime scene.

Soft Road Closure

Law enforcement will prevent the general public from entering the area.

Those residents who reside in the impacted area will be allowed access with ID.

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Dasha Iarikova

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