TOPANGA CANYON—On Wednesday, October 31 a brush fire burned two acres in the 4200 block of Santa Maria Road in the Topanga Canyon area, the Los Angeles County Fire Department disclosed.
The fire was reported around 4:44 p.m. According to reports, by 5:00 p.m. the fire was under control by crews on the ground and in the air. By 5:45 p.m. the fire was completely contained. There were no reports of any injuries due to the brush fire. The Los Angeles Fire Department noted “Full LAFD brush assignment holding while LACoFD working approximately 1 acre fire in medium to heavy brush. This fire is wholly in LA County FD jurisdiction and LAFD resources will respond in as requested in “assisting agency” role.”
Crews from the Los Angeles Fire Department also responded to the call. The fire briefly posed a threat to homes in the unincorporated Topanga area before the blaze was under control. LA City Firefighters reported that the fire was burning in medium to heavy brush.
Fire danger levels in Topanga Canyon have been reported as moderate in recent weeks. For updates and emergency advisories, visit T-CEP Emergency Status.