All Are Welcomed to Take the 2016-2017 Community Resident Survey for the Annual Action Plan
The Community Development Commission of the County of Los Angeles is conducting a resident survey to help determine our community needs. The survey will be shared with the LA County Board of Supervisors in January. We encourage you to participate. Click here to take the survey.
Have you ever wondered how the amount of water you use compares to what your neighbors use? Find out now!
Five adorable mountain lion kittens from two different litters were discovered by National Park Service in the Santa Susana Mountains. The three female and two males were ear tagged and returned to their dens. They are now known as P49, 49, 50, 51 and 52. The establishment of a wildlife corridor on US-101 near Agoura Hills will help ensure a wider habitat area for this important species.
Rosi Dagit, Senior Conservation Biologist Of The Resource Conservation District Has Alarming News
Reported by the Topanga Messenger, September 26, 2016
Around September 3, two new problems for our oaks, sycamores and willows were confirmed in Topanga: the polyphagus shot hole borer (PSHB) that infests many species of native and non-native trees, and the foamy bark canker disease caused by the western oak bark beetle (WOBB) that prefers oaks only. (click here to read the entire Messenger story)
Calling on all Topanga Canyon property owners, community stewards, and gardening enthusiasts (both casual and advanced). In addition to covering the basics for watershed-wise gardening in the mountains of So Cal, it will highlight the Topanga Canyon Boulevard Roadside Committee (TCBRC) key roadside vegetation management protocols and gardening for wildlife.
Johnny Got His Gun — Beau Bridges reads his stage adaptation of Dalton Trumbo’s famous anti-war novel with his son Ezekiel in this special event at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum on Sunday, October 22nd. To purchase tickets, click here.
Join your fellow Topangans as we celebrate music, song and more. Directed by Karen Cooke since 2006, TYS offers an annual musical and talent show as well as band nights, classes and events for youths 10-17 years in the Topanga and surrounding areas. Help support our youth by coming to this special event. To reserve a ticket, click here.
People across Los Angeles and around the world are rallying around the inspiring story of a mountain lion hero known as P-22. This mountain lion, born in the Santa Monica Mountains, made the incredible journey across two of the busiest freeways in America – the 101 and the 405 - to find a home in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park. P-22’s story is fueling a new conservation movement, showing that wildlife and people can coexist in mutual wonderment.
Come join Lost Hills Sheriff's Station at our 25th Anniversary celebration and Open House! Saturday, November 5th, 2016, from 10am to 3pm, at the Lost Hills Sheriff's Station. There will be special displays and interactive fun for all ages.
Ride the bus from the Valley to the Sea and Back Again - Now Year-Round Service!
Los Angeles County Public Works is pleased to provide 2016 Summer Beach Bus service from Topanga Canyon to local beaches and the valley. Round trip fares for Children and Adults is $1.00. Seniors and persons with disabilities are .50 cents. The Topanga Canyon service is sponsored by Los Angeles District Supervisor Sheila Kuehl. Download the Topanga Brochure for dates, schedule, and bus stop locations.
All Are Welcome To Attend The Topanga Town Council Monthly Meetings
The Topanga Town Council will hold it's next regular monthly meeting on Thursday, October 13th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm at the Topanga Library's community room.
Los Angeles County Fire Department Continues County-Wide Burn Suspension
In an ongoing effort to prevent wildfires, all burn permits in Los Angeles County remain suspended.