Station Fire Campaign

After the tragic Station Fire in 2009, professional employees at the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works Daily_News_Fire_ad assessed damage, reopened roads, and prepared residents for mudslides during the subsequent rainy season. 

CAPE honored their outstanding efforts in half page ads that ran in local newspapers. Click graphic on right

CAPE members are on the job every day to help county residents prepare and respond to natural disasters.

 

Fire Related Information


Service / Information

Website / Phone

Homeowners' Guide for Flood, Debris, and Erosion Control http://ladpw.org/wmd/HomeOwners/
Sandbag Pick Up Locations http://ladpw.org/wrd/fire/file/sandbags.pdf
[pdf download]
Post-Fire and Debris Flow and Protective Measures FAQs http://ladpw.org/wrd/fire/display.cfm?product=file/faq.htm
Spanish Language Assistance Line 626-458-4304
Burn Area Mudlow Protection Advice Hotline 800-214-4020
US Forest Service Southern California Wildfire Incident Information http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/conditions/index.php
LA County Mass Emergency Notification System http://portal.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/alertla
AQMD Air Quality and Wildfires Safety Tips http://www.aqmd.gov/ej/CAC/wildfire_safety_tips.htm

 

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