Our thoughts are with first responders, our neighbors in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Diego Counties, and the Los Angeles county residents currently impacted by wildfires.
The fires in or near the residential areas of Los Angeles – the Creek, Rye and Skirball – are nearly 100% contained.
For more information on the active Thomas fire in our neighboring counties 64 miles to the north, please visit: https://visitventuraca.com/ or https://santabarbaraca.com/plan-your-trip/know-before-you-go/travel-advi...
Smoke Advisories: There are no smoke advisories in tourism areas of L.A.
Evacuations and Road Closures: There are no related evacuations or road closures.
There are no related closures.
The Emergency Management Department has five divisions comprised of administrative staff and specialists that work with City departments, municipalities and an array of community-based organizations to ensure that the City and its residents have the resources and information they need to prepare, respond and recover from emergencies, disasters and significant events.
Call 9-1-1 when there is a life-threatening emergency that requires the immediate response of emergency services such as police, fire or paramedic.
- Non-emergency Police: 877-275-5273
- TTY Service: 213-847-0652
- Park-related emergencies: 323-913-7390
- Water Service: 800-342-5397
- Power Service: 800-342-5397
- Gas Service: 800-427-2200
- Traffic Signals: 818-374-4823
- Road closures (Cal Trans): 800-427-7623
- Street Lights: 800-996-2489
- American Red Cross public information: 213-739-5200
- Animal Services: 888-452-7381
- Building Inspection: 888-524-2845
- Storm damage/mud slide reports: 888-524-2845
- Refuse collection: 800-773-2489
- Sewer/storm drain problems: 800-773-2489
- Trees down/debris removal & related problems: 800-996-2489