Fire Safety And Health Information

Los Angeles County departments, including Sheriff, Fire, Office of Emergency Management, Public Works and Public Health, are working together to provide comprehensive services so those affected by the Woolsey Fire have what they need to rebuild their lives.

Find information on how to report damage, register for federal assistance and more, please visit the LA County Recovers website.

Public Health reminds residents in the affected areas to take precautions to protect their health and well-being after a fire. When returning home after a fire, it is important to know the proper steps and actions to take to clean, rebuild and recover safely.



Safe Clean Up after fire



Safe Clean Up after fire

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