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Caltrans TCB Closure Update 4-30-24

UPDATE 4/30: Topanga Canyon Landslide at Postmile 1.8 on SR-27 Caltrans has met with Los Angeles County Public Works Department and is starting three joint task forces: Geology report review, material haul route planning, and emergency traffic management groups. These…
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Caltrans TCB Closure Update 4-26-24

UPDATE 4/26: Topanga Canyon Landslide at Postmile 1.8 on SR-27 Our Geotechnical Services team is mapping the slide. A Geotechnical Report will take about 1.5 to 2 weeks to complete. Information from the mapping operations will be used to refine the…
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Caltrans Gives Somber News Re: TCB

The Topanga Town Council’s April 17th meeting focused entirely on the Topanga Canyon Boulevard (TCB) road closure. A record number of people (over 385) came to hear why the canyon isn’t already opened and to share their feelings on the…
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TCB Road Closure

Caltrans, State and Local Officials at TTC Meeting On March 20, at the Topanga Library, the Topanga Town Council held a public meeting in which almost 100 people shared their concerns with Caltrans and government representatives over Topanga Canyon Boulevard’s…
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Importance of Microchipping Pets

Make Microchipping Your Pet Part of Your Emergency Preparedness Plan In LA County, it’s the law to have all dogs microchipped (in unincorporated areas it’s required that cats be microchipped, too) but non-surgical identification microchips for all family pets—including dogs,…
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Rain Emergency Resources

EMERGENCIES For life threatening situations, always first call 9-1-1 To report an emergency road problem, call: 1-800-675-HELP Learn more about public alert and warning systems offered in LA, including Alert LA, and weather radios. TOPANGA COALITION FOR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS (TCEP):…
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Topanga’s Updated Evacuation Zone Maps

Take a look at the latest Zone map – now with street names! If you need a refresher on why Zone names and boundaries look a little different, or if you’re not sure what Zone you’re in, we’ve got you…
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Make the 2024 Access Card Part of Your Emergency Preparedness Plan

The Topanga Town Council is proud to present the 2024 Topanga Resident Access Card. The card is available for both residents and caregivers. Those with cards from previous years can renew online. If you are a first-time applicant, learn how…
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Learn About Your NOAA Weather Radio

On two days in August, Topangans were invited to pick up free NOAA Weather Alert Radios designated for LA County residents living in high fire risk zones. If you missed the virtual training session hosted on August 23rd, and want…
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Topanga, CA Designated a Firewise Community

As a result of fire hardening their homes, most residents will qualify for a reduction in their insurance rates Published March 30, 2022, at 5:45 p.m.  Updated:  May 12, 2023, at 12:54 p.m. Topanga Canyon is now officially recognized as a…