Check here for storm resources and updates on LA City impacts, as events develop.
For the very latest, see: National Weather Service Forecast
During winter storms, the City of Los Angeles may activate its alerting systems for localized issues of significant impact, when authorized. Residents in the immediate affected areas -- those that opted into NotifyLA -- will receive directed information, with advice on specific actions to take and where to turn for timely updates. To receive all-weather critical alerts for YOUR area . . .
State Social Services Disaster Assistance
Disaster Assistance Services for Californians
Disaster Services for Immigrant Californians
Report Storm Impacts
Angelenos should contact 9-1-1 for possible life-threatening storm-related emergencies. Call 3-1-1 for other impacts, such as mudslides and street flooding, downed power lines, or fallen trees.
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Signs of a Slide
Listen AND watch for other warning signs, such as: mud buildup at the base of hills, widening cracks in outside walls or paved areas, sticking doors, newly broken utility lines, and new pools of ground water.
More heavy rains will likely return this winter and/or spring. Residents should take several simple steps necessary to protect themselves from injury and their property from storm damage.
Follow LA City Fire & Rescue Alerts
More LAFD Storm Safety & Preparedness
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LA Sanitation "Wet Weather Preparedness"
Ready.gov's Winter Weather Safety Facts
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