County Officials Facilitate Property Tax Relief for Homeowners Affected by Wildfires

LOS ANGELES, CA – Homeowners in the County of Los Angeles whose properties have been damaged or destroyed by the Woolsey, Hill, or Pike fires may be eligible for property tax relief. The offices of Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang, Treasurer and Tax Collector Joseph Kelly, Auditor-Controller John Naimo, and Executive Officer Celia Zavala are working in partnership to provide information and accommodate affected property owners. Continue reading “County Officials Facilitate Property Tax Relief for Homeowners Affected by Wildfires”

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Boil Water Noticed Issued to Several Communities Within Woolsey Fire Evacuation Area

LOS ANGELES —Two water districts operating within the Woolsey Fire Evacuation Area have issued boil water notices to their customers. Continue reading “Boil Water Noticed Issued to Several Communities Within Woolsey Fire Evacuation Area”

Agoura Hills and Westlake Village Residents Affected by Woolsey Fire Begin Returning Home

LOS ANGELES —Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is announcing the repopulation of the areas of Agoura Hills and Westlake Village (Los Angeles County side) which began to occur on Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 9pm. Continue reading “Agoura Hills and Westlake Village Residents Affected by Woolsey Fire Begin Returning Home”

Los Angeles County Deploys Multi-Department Response to Combat Wildfires

LOS ANGELES (Fri., Nov. 9, 2018) – Los Angeles County is leading a large-scale, coordinated deployment of fire and law enforcement first responders with resources from multiple County departments to combat the Woolsey Fire that is threatening homes and lives on the Los Angeles County and Ventura County border. Continue reading “Los Angeles County Deploys Multi-Department Response to Combat Wildfires”

Smoke Advisory Issued for Parts of Los Angeles County Due to Unhealthy Air Quality as a Result of the Smoke from the Woolsey Canyon Fire

LOS ANGELES – According to the South Coast Air Quality Management District, smoke from Woolsey Fire has caused unhealthy air quality that affects everyone in areas directly impacted by smoke, including portions of: Continue reading “Smoke Advisory Issued for Parts of Los Angeles County Due to Unhealthy Air Quality as a Result of the Smoke from the Woolsey Canyon Fire”