Receive alerts from your local agencies
...or text your ZIP CODE to 888777 for mobile alerts

Full Notification

LASD - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Dept Information Bureau (SIB)
Sunday November 11th, 2018 :: 10:52 a.m. PST


#WoolseyFire - Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Reminds Residents of the Topanga Area to Evacuate

With approximately 75,000 homes impacted in the Woolsey Fire area, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department understands how stressful this is for residents, as we share in your concerns for the safety your pets and property.
Collectively, the Incident Management Team has determined there remains the need to have residents out of our fire area and remain evacuated for their safety.

This is a wind driven event, and with the winds now coming back and expected through Tuesday, Fire and Sheriff’s officials remain concerned for the safety of our residents.

LASD has reports of numerous residents specifically in the Topanga area that have choose to shelter in place at their homes. The Department is advising to immediately leave and move to one of our shelters or to another location out of danger.

For those who remain in the Topanga area, officials urge you to evacuate and allow Fire and Law Enforcement partners to move in to the area to protect the homes and properties.

First responders are grateful for the patience and cooperation shown by the community.

Currently, approximately 200 deputies have deployed in the affected areas to ensure and assist with these evacuation efforts. 

Deputies continue to work in partnership with Los Angeles County Animal Control for the safety of animals.

For all information related to the Woolsey fire please go to the County Emergency Operations Center’s website at:
We remind residents to Dial 9-1-1 for emergency assistance and for General Information dial 2-1-1. 

  • Although evacuation orders have been lifted for certain areas in Ventura County, Los Angeles County officials are warning residents affected by the Woolsey wildfire not to return to their homes.
  • The evacuation zones have not been rendered clear or safe by first responders.  
  • We understand other counties may be planning to re-populate, Los Angeles County officials have not lifted evacuation orders for Los Angeles County. 
  • High wind warning conditions throughout Los Angeles County
  • The winds can also cause localized tree and power line damage.
Forwarded  by:
Sheriff’s Information Bureau – Newsroom
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Hall of Justice - First floor 
211 W. Temple St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Website LASD HQ:
Recruitment LASD:
Follow LASD HQ via Text and Email:
Twitter: @LASDHQ
Twitter: @LASDtalk
Twitter: @LASDvideos
Twitter: @LASDespanol
Facebook LASD HQ
Instagram LASD Photos:
Pinterest LASD Photos :
YouTube LASD Videos:
SNAP LA County: Specific Needs Disaster Voluntary Registry
Alert LA County: Telephone emergency mass notification system

Text & Email, Register for LASD Nixle messages: To receive more detailed, up-to-date information via E-MAIL and/or TEXT directly from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD), sign up for "Nixle" alerts at and register for "LASD – Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept Information Bureau (SIB)" AND your local LASD station area. Or, to receive URGENT TEXT ALERTS ONLY, text your zip code to 888777. Standard text messaging rates may apply depending on your calling plan.
"If You See Something, Say Something"
LA Crime Stoppers: Partner to prevent or report crime by contacting your local Sheriff’s station. Or if you wish to remain Anonymous, call “LA Crime Stoppers” by dialing 800-222-TIPS (8477), texting the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637), or using the website
Jim McDonnell, Sheriff
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department


LASD - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Dept Information Bureau (SIB)
211 E Temple St
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 213-229-1700

Navigate & Discover