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LASD - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Dept Information Bureau (SIB)
Saturday November 17th, 2018 :: 08:52 p.m. PST



The anticipated re-population efforts in the following areas are subject to change. Based on current work being performed to restore services and provide for public safety, these anticipated timelines may be adjusted. The Incident Management Team is working diligently to keep the public informed of the anticipated dates that the impacted areas will open to the public. We appreciate your patience, especially in light of the emotional strain that this event has placed on our community.

LOS ANGELES (Sat., Nov 17, 2018) - The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is announcing the repopulation of the following areas impacted by the #WoolseyFire - effective Monday, November 19, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.

The following areas inside of the unincorporated area of Agoura will be opened beginning at 3:00 p.m. on Monday afternoon:

This will include the following areas of the Malibu Lakes neighborhood:
o Mulholland Highway (north)
o Bulldog Mountain Way (south)
o Lake Shore Drive (east)
o Shadow Creek Drive Drive (west)

EXCEPTION: There will be a full closure of the intersections eastbound Mulholland Highway at Cornell Road and westbound Mulholland Highway at Troutdale Road (due to bridge damage, K-rails in place).

The link below can be used to assist the public in determining if their property is in an area that has been repopulated:

Simply visit the link and enter an address for the #WoolseyFire area in the search field and press enter. You can then scroll out on the map to determine if the indicated area has a red or green background. Red indicates the area is still closed and unsafe to return. Green indicates the area is open for repopulation. In addition to the map, the below written descriptions of the areas to be opened has been provided.

The Fire Incident Command continues to monitor the active fire areas, as well as those areas remaining closed due to critical infrastructure concerns or safety hazards. Any future information pertaining to safety conditions and repopulation will be updated at the following link:

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department have a strong presence in the repopulated and evacuated areas for the next several days to ensure the protection of our residents and their property. All other road closures and evacuated areas for the #WoolseyFire remain in effect.

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