Getty Fire & Easy Fire
November 6, 2019 at 10 a.m.
Our thoughts are with first responders and the Los Angeles and Ventura County residents affected by the Easy and Getty fires. Visitors to Los Angeles or Ventura County seeking information on related closures or possible visitor impact can find relevant information on this page, which will be updated frequently.
- The Easy Fire in Simi Valley, Ventura County (53 miles north of Downtown Los Angeles) is now 100% contained.
- The Getty Fire is now 100% contained.
At this time, there is no structural or logistical impact to the City of Los Angeles that would affect Los Angeles visitors. There is no impact to meetings & convention attendees in Downtown Los Angeles. LAX Airport reports there are no impacts to flights due to the fires.
- The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is safe and now open.
- Getty Center and Getty Villa are safe. Both sites are open. Follow @GettyMuseum for updates.
- The Skirball Cultural Center is also safe and now open. Follow @Skirball_LA for updates.
- The 405 Freeway is open to all traffic in both directions, and all offramps are open.
- The Eames House (203 N. Chautauqua Blvd.) has re-opened.
Those affected by air quality should monitor http://www.aqmd.gov/docs/default-source/air-quality/advisories/advisory1.pdf for up-to-date smoke advisories, however there are currently no smoke advisories issued.
Visitors or those in need of a hotel are welcome to use our “Find a Hotel Hotline” to be connected with area hotels that have accommodations.
Hotel Hotline: 888.831.7176
Westside: Click Here
The Valley: Click Here
Hollywood: Click Here
Downtown/LA Metro: Click Here
Beach Cities/LAX: Click Here
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