NTCFSC  -  North Topanga Fire Safe Council

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The Fire Safe Councils in Topanga mobilize the community to protect homes, businesses and environment from wildfires. Please join! North Topanga Canyon Fire Safe Council (NTC.FSC) includes properties located along and adjacent to Topanga Canyon Blvd.; from Top of Topanga on the north, to Fernwood on the south. West Topanga Canyon Fire Safe Council (WTC.FSC) includes properties located along and adjacent to Old Topanga Canyon Blvd. South Topanga Canyon Fire Safe Council (STC.FSC) includes properties from the Fernwood area south to the ocean. 

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Bravo 69

69 Bravo has become a unique asset to the firefighting ability of the Los Angeles County Fire Department (L.A.Co.F.D) for the mountain communities of Santa Monica, Topanga Canyon and Malibu.

The site sits high atop the Santa Monica mountain range with 2 mountain tops covering 34 acres 2400 feet above the Topanga and Malibu mountains. The site provides 360 degree, unobstructed views that stretch clear across the Santa Monica and Malibu hills and beyond. On clear days you can easily see from the Banning pass to the east to Ventura County toward the west. From the San Bernandino mountains south to Oceanside and beyond.

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CERT  -  Community Emergency Response Team 

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The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) assists with the provision of emergency medical triage and care in the event of a major emergency or disaster.

Please note:


If you think there is a fire or immediate threat of fire the fastest response is by calling 911 first not your local fire station. Your local fire station may not be the fastest responders due to other demands you may not be aware of and another agency may provide a faster, more appropriate response.

    FAWDS • Friends of Arson Watch and Disaster Services • P.O. Box 197, Topanga, California 90290      info@arsonwatch.com

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The Topanga Coalition for Emergency Preparedness (T-CEP) is a nonprofit, volunteer organization whose purpose is to help the Topanga community prepare for and cope with disasters such as wildfires, floods, and earthquakes. T-CEP's all-volunteer group mans Topanga's Emergency Operations Center during a disaster.

 

  IN AN EMERGENCY:


  Fire or Life threatening ....................................................................................... 911
  Los Angeles County Disaster Service Info ............................................................ 211
  CHP Dispatch ...................................................................................... 323-982-4900
  Sheriff - Lost Hills Station .................................................................... 818-878-1808 

  Red Flag Warning Info ......................................................................... 310-456-5783

  Topanga Emergency Hotline (T-CEP) .................................................... 310-455-3000
  Topanga Fire Station 69 (non emergency) ............................................ 310-455-1766



Topanga Animal Rescue

120 N. Topanga Cyn Blvd.
Topanga, CA 90290
310-455-7268

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T-CEP  -  Topanga Coalition for Emergency Preparedness
                P.O. Box 1708
                Topanga, CA 90290
                310-455-3000
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Topanga Animal Rescue provides local placement services for lost or abandoned domestic animals, and provides immediate medical field triage and treatment for domestic or wild animals. TAR offers spay and neuter clinics, as well as community education programs.

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City of Malibu Emergency Preparedness Library


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CAL FIRE 

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The Department of Forestry and Fire Protection serves and safeguards the people and protects the property and resources of California.

30% of brush fires are caused by improper use of brush clearing equipment!!!

ARSON WATCH

Topanga Town Council


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READY! SET! GO!      Los Angeles County Fire Department: Personal Wildfire Action Plan (PDF File)



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Fire Safe Councils
  502 W. Route 66, Suite 17
  Glendora, CA 91740
  800-372-2543     

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