Tag: woolsey fire

Artists Asked To Submit Works For Radical Beauty, Malibu Rising

MALIBU—As part of the Malibu City Hall Exhibition related to the Woolsey Fire, the city of Malibu Cultural Arts Commission will exhibit a second...

City Enables Low-Tech Emergency Information Systems

MALIBU—In the event of a long-term power outage, the city of Malibu has set up an emergency information station program to distribute public information....

Santa Monica Mountain’s Backbone Trail Re-Opens

SANTA MONICA—The Santa Monica Mountain’s Backbone Trail has re-opened. Parts of the trail were closed due to due the Woolsey Fire. In November 8,...

Lifeguards To Be Honored For Heroism During Woolsey Fire

MALIBU—Lifeguards of the Los Angeles County Fire Department will be recognized at the Lifeguard Medal of Valor dinner in Redondo Beach on July 31...

Restaurant Survivors Of Woolsey Fire “Forced Out Of Business”

MALIBU—The Woolsey Fire, which ignited on November 8, 2018, and burned 96,949 acres of land, killed three people, prompted the evacuation of more than...

Leo Carrillo State Park Reopens

MALIBU—Leo Carrillo State Park reopened most of its campground areas after seven months of massive cleanups in the aftermath of the Woolsey Fire ignited...

Human Remains Found Near Latigo Canyon Road

MALIBU—On Monday, January 21 human remains were discovered near a burned Malibu hillside near the intersection of Latigo Canyon Road and Calicut Road. Investigators...

“Culvert Cat” Dies Weeks After Woolsey Fire

SANTA MONICA—On Friday, December 7, the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area reported that the mountain lion P-64, also known as the "Culvert Cat,"...

Disaster Recovery Center Offering More Services

MALIBU—The Malibu Disaster Assistance Center (DAC) which opened on November 17 to assist residents impacted by the Woolsey Fire is now a Disaster Recovery...

Woolsey Fire Fully Contained, Updates Released

MALIBU—As of November 21 at 6:11 p.m., CAL FIRE reported that the Woolsey Fire was at 100 percent containment. A total of 96,949 acres...

Mountain Lion May Not Have Survived Fire

SANTA MONICA—Mountain Lion P-74, the latest feline captured as part of the Santa Monica Mountain mountain lion study, may not have survived the Woolsey...

Special Fire Rebuilding Kiosk Opens

MALIBU—Malibu City Hall reopened its doors on Tuesday, November 27 at 1:30 p.m. to the public to access services since the citywide mandatory evacuations...

Repopulation Beginning In Malibu Areas

MALIBU—The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department revealed the repopulation of the following regions inside the following areas of the city of Malibu as a...

Know Who You Are Donating To

MALIBU—With mass destruction caused by the Woolsey and Hill Fires, the need for aid by civilians who were affected by the fire is growing....

Over 97,000 Acres Burned In Woolsey Fire

MALIBU—The Woolsey Fire has burnt over 97,620 acres as it continues to destroy land, structures and homes from Simi Valley to Malibu. The fire...

Woolsey Fire Consumes 35,000 Acres

MALIBU—The Woolsey Fire has grown to 35,000 acres, as it continues destroys land, structures and homes from Simi Valley to Malibu. The fire started on...
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