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Saturday, November 2, 2019
ALL EVACUATION ORDERS HAVE BEEN LIFTED View Full Size Map

FINAL UPDATE: As of 11/5/19 at 5:30 PM PDT

CONTAINMENT: 100%

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact 

 

 

 

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UPDATE: As of 11/2/19 at 7:00 AM PDT

 

FIRE INITIALLY REPORTED: Monday, October 28, 2019 1:34 AM PDT

LOCATION: 1800 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California

INCIDENT TYPE: Wildfire

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 79%

SITUATION: Due to continued progress, the LAFD Field Incident Management Team will be demobilizing and transitioning the Getty Fire incident to the local Battalion at 8:00 AM, Sunday, November 7th.

Firefighters will remain on scene for the next several days extinguishing hot spots and patrolling the area to identify any potential hazards.

This will be the final Incident Update for the Getty Fire. Further information about the Getty Fire and other incidents within Los Angeles can be found at LAFD.org/News, and alerts can be found at LAFD.org/Alerts or on Twitter.com/LAFD.

We would like to thank the community for their continued support during this incident. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

CIVILIAN INJURIES: 0

FIREFIGHTER INJURIES: 5 (non-life threatening)

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: 0 residences are currently considered threatened. 10 residences have been destroyed and 15 residences have been damaged.

EVACUATION ORDERS: ALL EVACUATIONS ORDERS HAVE BEEN LIFTED. Residents within the former evacuation zones will be allowed to return to their homes. Residents will be required to provide identification and proof of residence.

FREEWAY AND MAJOR ROAD STATUS:

  • ALL ROADS IN AFFECTED AREAS ARE NOW OPEN

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 96 personnel; 22 Engines; 0 Hand Crews; 3 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

 

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INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 11/1/19 at 7:00 PM PDT

 

FIRE INITIALLY REPORTED: Monday, October 28, 2019 1:34 AM PDT

LOCATION: 1800 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California

INCIDENT TYPE: Wildfire

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 74%

SITUATION: All evacuations were lifted as of 10 AM today, and all residents have been allowed home. The LAFD, LAPD, DWP, DOT, SoCalGas, American Red Cross and MySafe:LA were in the affected neighborhoods assisting the fire victims today. Their presence ensured residents were safely allowed back onto their property to gather any personal belongings and evaluate their homes.

Low humidity trend will continue across Southern California for the foreseeable future, with mild wind conditions. Crews will continue to monitor and extinguish any hotspots and conduct tactical patrols.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

CIVILIAN INJURIES: 0

FIREFIGHTER INJURIES: 5 (non-life threatening)

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: 0 residences are currently considered threatened. 10 residences have been destroyed and 15 residences have been damaged.

EVACUATION ORDERS: ALL EVACUATIONS ORDERS HAVE BEEN LIFTED. Residents within the former evacuation zones will be allowed to return to their homes. Residents will be required to provide identification and proof of residence.

FREEWAY AND MAJOR ROAD STATUS:

  • ALL ROADS IN AFFECTED AREAS ARE NOW OPEN

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue. Turn right onto Davis Avenue. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape.

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 96 personnel; 22 Engines; 0 Hand Crews; 3 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 11/1/19 at 7:00 AM PDT

 

FIRE INITIALLY REPORTED: Monday, October 28, 2019 1:34 AM PDT

LOCATION: 1800 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California

INCIDENT TYPE: Wildfire

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 66%

SITUATION: Firefighters performed mop up and patrol throughout the night extinguishing any remaining hot spots inside the fire perimeter. Current objectives for firefighters today will be to increase and strengthen containment lines. Weak offshore winds of 10-15 mph are expected for wind prone areas of Los Angeles. A low relative humidity trend will continue across Southern California for the foreseeable future.

The damage inspection report has been completed.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

CIVILIAN INJURIES: 0

FIREFIGHTER INJURIES: 4 (non-life threatening)

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: 0 residences are currently considered threatened. 10 residences have been destroyed and 15 residences have been damaged.

EVACUATION ORDERS: ALL EVACUATIONS ORDERS HAVE BEEN LIFTED. Residents within the former evacuation zones will be allowed to return to their homes. Residents will be required to provide identification and proof of residence.

FREEWAY AND MAJOR ROAD STATUS:

  • 405 northbound is OPEN to all traffic
  • 405 southbound is OPEN to all traffic (Skirball Center Drive offramp will remain closed)
  • Sepulveda Blvd NOW OPEN both directions

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue. Turn right onto Davis Avenue. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape.

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 604 personnel; 74 Engines; 4 Hand Crews; 2 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SUPPORTING LAFD: Those seeking to support LAFD can visit SupportLAFD.org

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/31/19 at 7:00 PM PDT

 

FIRE INITIALLY REPORTED: Monday, October 28, 2019 1:34 AM PDT

LOCATION: 1800 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California

INCIDENT TYPE: Wildfire

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 52%

SITUATION: Firefighters worked throughout the day today patrolling the fire perimeter and cooling any remaining hot spots. Current objective for crews this evening will be to further build upon containment lines. Weather is proving to be more favorable over the next couple of days with weak offshore winds of 10-15mph expected. A low relative humidity trend will continue through much of the next week across Southern California. Conditions remain favorable for dangerous fire growth and behavior. The damage inspection report has been completed with new numbers reflected for reisdences damaged/destroyed.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

CIVILIAN INJURIES: 0

FIREFIGHTER INJURIES: 2 (non-life threatening)

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: 7,091 residences are still considered threatened. 10 residences have been destroyed and 15 residences have been damaged.

EVACUATION ORDERS: The official Evacuation Map indicates a Mandatory Evacuation Zone in RED that remains in effect at this time. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The only areas remaining under Mandatory Evacuation are within these borders:

  • Tigertail Rd at Deerbrook Ln to Chickory Ln
  • Stonehill Ln
  • Lindenwood Ln
  • Sky Ln
  • Canna Rd
  • Chickory Ln
  • Bluestone Tr to Bluegrass Wy
  • Bluestone Tr
  • Bluegrass Ln
  • Bluegrass Wy

EVACUATION SHELTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

FREEWAY AND MAJOR ROAD STATUS:

  • 405 northbound is OPEN to all traffic
  • 405 southbound is OPEN to all traffic (Skirball Center Drive offramp will remain closed)
  • Sepulveda Boulevard northbound is open to all traffic
  • Sepulveda Boulevard southbound from Skirball Center Drive to Sunset Boulevard is presently open to residents with I.D. only.

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue. Turn right onto Davis Avenue. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape.

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 604 personnel; 74 Engines; 4 Hand Crews; 2 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SUPPORTING LAFD: Those seeking to support LAFD can visit SupportLAFD.org

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

Page 1 evening update for October 31, 2019 Getty FirePage 2 of the evening update for October 31, 2019 Getty Fire

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/31/19 at 10:00 AM PDT

Effective October 31, 2019 at 10:00AM, All Mandatory Evacuation orders and Warnings are lifted with the exception of the following:

  • Tigertail Rd at Deerbrook Ln to Chickory Ln
  • Stonehill Ln
  • Lindenwood Ln
  • Sky Ln
  • Canna Rd
  • Chickory Ln
  • Bluestone Tr to Bluegrass Wy
  • Bluestone Tr
  • Bluegrass Ln
  • Bluegrass Wy

The following link can be used to assist the public in determining if their property is in an area that has been repopulated or remains closed: https://www.lafd.org/news/getty-fire. Simply visit the link and enter an address in the search field in the upper right corner of the map and press enter. Red indicates the area is still closed and unsafe to return.

The Fire Incident Command continues to monitor the affected fire areas, as well as those areas remaining closed due to critical infrastructure or safety hazards.

The Los Angeles Police Department has a strong presence in the repopulated and evacuated areas for the next several days to ensure the protection of our residents and their property.

Information and tips regarding returning home after an evacuation can be found at http://www.mysafela.org/recovery/

Your Los Angeles City Fire Department thanks you for your patience during this difficult time.

FIRE INITIALLY REPORTED: Monday, October 28, 2019 1:34 AM PDT

LOCATION: 1800 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California

INCIDENT TYPE: Wildfire

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 39%

SITUATION: Firefighters worked overnight to cool any hot spots and contain any flare-ups within the current fire perimeter. Adverse weather conditions will continue to be the greatest challenge for firefighters. An Extreme Red Flag Warning remains in effect through 6:00PM. Strong Santa Ana winds with peak wind gusts of 30-50 mph will continue to impact wind prone areas of Los Angeles. Widespread single digit relative humidity's are forecasted. This all adds up to an extreme fire weather threat, meaning that conditions are as dangerous for fire growth and behavior as we have seen in recent years.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

CIVILIAN INJURIES: 0

FIREFIGHTER INJURIES: 2 (non-life threatening)

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: 7,091 residences are still considered threatened. 12 residences have been destroyed and 5 residences have been damaged.

EVACUATION ORDERS: The official Evacuation Map indicates a Mandatory Evacuation Zone in RED that remains in effect at this time. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The only areas remaining under Mandatory Evacuation are within these borders:

  • Tigertail Rd at Deerbrook Ln to Chickory Ln
  • Stonehill Ln
  • Lindenwood Ln
  • Sky Ln
  • Canna Rd
  • Chickory Ln
  • Bluestone Tr to Bluegrass Wy
  • Bluestone Tr
  • Bluegrass Ln
  • Bluegrass Wy

EVACUATION SHELTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

FREEWAY AND MAJOR ROAD STATUS:

  • 405 northbound is OPEN to all traffic
  • 405 southbound is OPEN to all traffic (Skirball Center Drive offramp will remain closed)
  • Sepulveda Boulevard northbound is open to all traffic
  • Sepulveda Boulevard southbound from Skirball Center Drive to Sunset Boulevard is presently open to residents with I.D. only.

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue. Turn right onto Davis Avenue. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape.

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 619 personnel; 118 Engines; 5 Hand Crews; 2 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SUPPORTING LAFD: Those seeking to support LAFD can visit SupportLAFD.org

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

 

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INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/31/19 at 7:00 AM PDT

 

FIRE INITIALLY REPORTED: Monday, October 28, 2019 1:34 AM PDT

LOCATION: 1800 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California

INCIDENT TYPE: Wildfire

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 39%

SITUATION: Firefighters worked overnight to cool any hot spots and contain any flare ups within the current fire perimeter. Adverse weather conditions will continue to be the greatest challenge for firefighters. An Extreme Red Flag Warning remains in effect through 6:00PM. STrong Santa Ana winds with peak wind gusts of 30-50 mpw will continue to impact wind prone areas of Los Angeles. Widespread single digit relative humidity's are forecasted. This all adds up to an extreme fire weather threat, meaning that conditions are as dangerous for fire growth and behavior as we have seen in recent years.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start,caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

CIVILIAN INJURIES: 0

FIREFIGHTER INJURIES: 2 (non-life threatening)

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: 7,091 residences are still considered threatened. 12 residences have been destroyed and 5 residences have been damaged.

EVACUATION ORDERS: The official Evacuation Map indicates a Mandatory Evacuation Zone in RED that remains in effect at this time. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The only areas remaining under Mandatory Evacuation are within these borders:

  • West border: Kenter Avenue 
  • South border: Sunset Boulevard
  • North border: Area just south of Mountaingate Avenue
  • East border: Area adjacent to the 405 Freeway and Sepulveda Boulevard.
  • NOTE: 405 Freeway is open in both directions. Sepulveda Boulevard northbound is open to all traffic. Sepulveda Boulevard southbound is open to all except from Skirball Center Drive to Sunset Boulevard, which is restricted to residents with I.D. only.

EVACUATION SHELTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

FREEWAY AND MAJOR ROAD STATUS:

  • 405 northbound is OPEN to all traffic
  • 405 southbound is OPEN to all traffic (Skirball Center Drive offramp will remain closed)
  • Sepulveda Boulevard northbound is open to all traffic
  • Sepulveda Boulevard southbound from Skirball Center Drive to Sunset Boulevard is presently open to residents with I.D. only.

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue. Turn right onto Davis Avenue. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape.

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 619 personnel; 118 Engines; 5 Hand Crews; 2 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SUPPORTING LAFD: Those seeking to support LAFD can visit SuppportLAFD.org

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

Update for the morning of October 31, 2019 regarding Getty FirePage 2 of the morning update for October 31, 2019 Getty Fire

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The Los Angeles Fire Department is announcing the repopulation of some areas impacted by the Getty Fire.

Effective October 30, 2019 at 5:00PM, Mandatory Evacuation orders and Warnings are lifted, with the exception of the RED areas in the map above. The only areas remaining under Mandatory Evacuation are within these borders:

  • West border: Kenter Avenue
  • South border: Sunset Boulevard
  • North border: Area just south of Mountaingate Avenue
  • East border: Area adjacent to Sepulveda Boulevard and the 405 Freeway
    NOTE: 405 Freeway is open in both directions. Sepulveda Boulevard northbound is open to all traffic. Sepulveda Boulevard southbound from Skirball Center Drive to Sunset Boulevard is presently open to residents with I.D. only.

The map above can be used to determine if a property is in an area that can be repopulated or remains closed. Enter an address in the search field in the upper right corner of the map and press enter. RED indicates the area is still closed and unsafe to return.

The Getty Fire Incident Command continues to monitor the affected fire areas, as well as those areas remaining closed due to critical infrastructure concerns or safety hazards.

The Los Angeles Police Department will have a strong presence in the repopulated and evacuated areas for the next several days to ensure the protection of residents and their property.

Information and tips regarding returning home after an evacuation can be found at www.mysafela.org/recovery/ 

Your Los Angeles City Fire Department thanks you for your patience during this difficult time. 
 

FIRE INITIALLY REPORTED: Monday, October 28, 2019 1:34 AM PDT

LOCATION: 1800 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California

INCIDENT TYPE: Wildfire

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 39%

SITUATION: Firefighters worked throughout the day to cool any hot spots and contain any flare ups within the current fire perimeter. Adverse weather conditions will continue to be the greatest challenge for firefighters. An Extreme Red Flag Warning remains in effect through 6:00PM Thursday. Strong Santa Ana winds gusting between 30 and 50 mph will continue to impact wind prone areas of Los Angeles. Widespread single digit relative humidity is forecasted with poor to no overnight recoveries. This all adds up to an extreme fire weather threat, meaning that conditions are as dangerous for fire growth and behavior as we have seen in recent years.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start,caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

CIVILIAN INJURIES: 0

FIREFIGHTER INJURIES: 1 (non-life threatening)

STRUCTURES AFFECTED : 7,091 residences are still considered threatened. 12 residences have been destroyed and 5 residences have been damaged.

EVACUATION ORDERS: The official Evacuation Map indicates a Mandatory Evacuation Zone in RED that remains in effect tonight. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The only areas remaining under Mandatory Evacuation are within these borders:

  • West border: Kenter Avenue 
  • South border: Sunset Boulevard
  • North border: Area just south of Mountaingate Avenue
  • East border: Area adjacent to the 405 Freeway and Sepulveda Boulevard.
  • NOTE: 405 Freeway is open in both directions. Sepulveda Boulevard northbound is open to all traffic. Sepulveda Boulevard southbound is open to all except from Skirball Center Drive to Sunset Boulevard, which is restricted to residents with I.D. only.

EVACUATION SHELTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

FREEWAY AND MAJOR ROAD STATUS:

  • 405 northbound is OPEN to all traffic
  • 405 southbound is OPEN to all traffic (Skirball Center Drive offramp will remain closed until further notice)
  • Sepulveda Boulevard northbound is open to all traffic
  • Sepulveda Boulevard soutbound from Skirball Center Drive to Sunset Boulevard is presently open to residents with I.D. only.

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue. Turn right onto Davis Avenue. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape.

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 763 personnel; 123 Engines; 14 Hand Crews; 2 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SUPPORTING LAFD: Those seeking to support LAFD can visit SuppportLAFD.org

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

 

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The evacuation status map above is current and updated in real-time.

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/30/19 at 5:00 PM PDT

The Los Angeles Fire Department is announcing the repopulation of some areas impacted by the Getty Fire.

Effective October 30, 2019 at 5:00PM, Mandatory Evacuation orders and Warnings are lifted, with the exception of the RED areas in the map above. The only areas remaining under Mandatory Evacuation are within these borders:

  • West border: Kenter Avenue 
  • South border: Sunset Boulevard
  • North border: Area just south of Mountaingate Avenue
  • East border: Area adjacent to Sepulveda Boulevard and the 405 Freeway
    NOTE: Both Sepulveda Boulevard and the 405 Freeway are now fully open to all vehicle traffic in both directions.

The map above can be used to determine if a property is in an area that can be repopulated or remains closed. Enter an address in the search field in the upper right corner of the map and press enter. RED indicates the area is still closed and unsafe to return. 

The Fire Incident Command continues to monitor the affected fire areas, as well as those areas remaining closed due to critical infrastructure concerns or safety hazards.  The Los Angeles Police Department will have a strong presence in the repopulated and evacuated areas for the next several days to ensure the protection of residents and their property. Information and tips regarding returning home after an evacuation can be found at www.mysafela.org/recovery/ 

Your Los Angeles City Fire Department thanks you for your patience during this difficult time. 
 

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 27%

SITUATION: Overnight, crews and aircraft worked to contain wind driven spot fires and flare ups within the current fire perimeter. Adverse weather conditions will be the biggest challenge for firefighters today. An Extreme Red Flag Warning remains in effect throughout the day today and into tomorrow. Winds are forecasted to be 30-50 mph with peak wind gusts up to 70 mph. Relative humidity is forecasted to drop into single digits with poor to no overnight recoveries. This all adds up to an extreme fire weather threat, meaning that conditions are as dangerous for fire growth and behavior as we have seen
in recent years.

In anticipation of the extreme Santa Ana wind event the Los Angeles City Fire Department has recalled and staffed additional resources for any emergency that may arise over the next 24 hrs. These resources will be strategically placed in key locations that have a history of being prone to wildfire.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of the powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED : 7,091 residences are in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone and considered threatened. 12 residences have been destroyed and 5 residences have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The official Evacuation Map indicates a Mandatory Evacuation Zone in RED that remains in effect tonight. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The only areas remaining under Mandatory Evacuation are within these borders:

  • West border: Kenter Ave 
  • South border: Sunset Blvd
  • North border: Area just south of Mountain Gate Ave
  • East border: Area adjacent to Sepulveda Blvd and the 405 Freeway
    NOTE: Sepulveda Boulevard and the 405 Freeway are both now fully open to vehicle traffic in both directions

FREEWAY AND MAJOR ROAD STATUS:

  • 405 Northbound OPEN (All on/off ramps are closed between 101 Freeway and Sunset Boulevard
  • 405 Southbound: OPEN (All on/off ramps are closed between 101 Freeway and Sunset Boulevard
  • Sepulveda Boulevard OPEN in both directions

EVACUATION SHELTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue. Turn right onto Davis Avenue. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape.

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 763 personnel; 123 Engines; 14 Hand Crews; 2 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

 

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The evacuation status map above is current and updated in real-time. Please use the map above as formal guidance until the text below is updated.

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/30/19 at 2:00 PM PDT

NOTE: PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR AN IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR EVACUEES FROM THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 27%

SITUATION: Overnight, crews and aircraft worked to contain wind driven spot fires and flare ups within the current fire perimeter. Adverse weather conditions will be the biggest challenge for firefighters today. An Extreme Red Flag Warning remains in effect throughout the day today and into tomorrow. Winds are forecasted to be 30-50 mph with peak wind gusts up to 70 mph. Relative humidity is forecasted to drop into single digits with poor to no overnight recoveries. This all adds up to an extreme fire weather threat, meaning that conditions are as dangerous for fire growth and behavior as we have seen
in recent years.

In anticipation of the extreme Santa Ana wind event the Los Angeles City Fire Department has recalled and staffed additional resources for any emergency that may arise over the next 24 hrs. These resources will be strategically placed in key locations that have a history of being prone to wildfire.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of the powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED : 7,091 residences are in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone and considered threatened. 12 residences have been destroyed and 5 residences have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The official Evacuation Map indicates Mandatory Evacuation Zones in RED that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Mandatory Evacuation (RED) Zone are:

  • Temescal Canyon Road is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border (EXCEPT the Mountaingate community where I.D. is required)
  • 405 Freeway is the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: The official Evacuation Map indicates Evacuation Warning Zones in YELLOW that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map. All residents living in the Warning Zone must be READY AND SET in the event conditions change.

The Evacuation Preparedness (YELLOW) Zone includes the entire Mountaingate community (I.D. required) as well as all areas within these borders:

  • Topanga Canyon is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • Temescal Canyon Road is the East border

EVACUATION UPDATE FROM THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT:  In order to better assist the communities we serve during these times, we have established the following plan allowing residents to temporarily revisit their homes. The temporary revisit is set with the sole purpose of retrieval of medicines and/or check on their pets.

Escorts for medication retrieval and removal of pets:

  • In order to be escorted, residents must show valid identification with proof of residency and have a need to obtain medication
  • Police Officers must take a photo of that identification
  • Prior to escorting, Police Officers must have a conversation with the resident notifying them if they are escorted to their residence that they cannot stay.
  • Additionally, Police Officers must discuss that escorts are subject to be called off due to unsafe conditions; That determination is made by the Los Angeles Fire Department.
  • There is a time restrictions of 5-10 minutes for residents to gather their medications.
  • Police Officers cannot force residents out if they decide to remain longer but should encourage and seek cooperation if residents attempt to do so

The 3 locations for escorts will be:

Gelson's Parking Lot
15424 Sunset Boulevard
Pacific Palisades, California 90272

United States Post Office
200 South Barrington Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90049 

Paul Revere Middle School
1450 Allenford Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90049

ROAD CLOSURES:

  • 405 Northbound: OPEN (All on/off ramps are closed between 101 Freeway and Sunset Boulevard
  • 405 Southbound: OPEN (All on/off ramps are closed between 101 Freeway and Sunset Boulevard
  • Temescal Canyon Road northboound is closed at Sunset Boulevard
  • Sepulveda Boulevard northbound is closed from Moraga Drive to Skirball Center Drive
  • Sepulveda Boulevard southbound is closed form Skirball Center Drive to Sunset Boulevard

EVACUATION SHELTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue. Turn right onto Davis Avenue. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape.

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 763 personnel; 123 Engines; 14 Hand Crews; 2 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire


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NOTE: The evacuation status map above is current and updated in real-time whenever there is a change in evacuation status.

Below is a live stream from the Wednesday, October 30 morning press briefing at from the Getty Fire Command Post.

 

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/30/19 at 7:00 AM PDT

SIZE: 745 acres

CONTAINMENT: 27%

SITUATION: Overnight, crews and aircraft worked to contain wind driven spot fires and flare ups within the current fire perimeter. Adverse weather conditions will be the biggest challenge for firefighters today. An Extreme Red Flag Warning remains in effect throughout the day today and into tomorrow. Winds are forecasted to be 30-50 mph with peak wind gusts up to 70 mph. Relative humidity is forecasted to drop into single digits with poor to no overnight recoveries. This all adds up to an extreme fire weather threat, meaning that conditions are as dangerous for fire growth and behavior as we have seen
in recent years.

In anticipation of the extreme Santa Ana wind event the Los Angeles City Fire Department has recalled and staffed additional resources for any emergency that may arise over the next 24 hrs. These resources will be strategically placed in key locations that have a history of being prone to wildfire.

FIRE CAUSE: Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of the powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED : 7,091 residences are in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone and considered threatened. 12 residences have been destroyed and 5 residences have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The official Evacuation Map indicates Mandatory Evacuation Zones in RED that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Mandatory Evacuation (RED) Zone are:

  • Temescal Canyon Road is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border (EXCEPT the Mountaingate community where I.D. is required)
  • 405 Freeway is the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: The official Evacuation Map indicates Evacuation Warning Zones in YELLOW that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map. All residents living in the Warning Zone must be READY AND SET in the event conditions change.

The Evacuation Preparedness (YELLOW) Zone includes the entire Mountaingate community (I.D. required) as well as all areas within these borders:

  • Topanga Canyon is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • Temescal Canyon Road is the East border

ROAD CLOSURES: 

  • 405 Northbound: OPEN (All on/off ramps are closed between 101 Freeway and Sunset Boulevard
  • 405 Southbound: OPEN (All on/off ramps are closed between 101 Freeway and Sunset Boulevard
  • Temescal Canyon Road northboound is closed at Sunset Boulevard
  • Sepulveda Boulevard northbound is closed from Moraga Drive to Skirball Center Drive
  • Sepulveda Boulevard southbound is closed form Skirball Center Drive to Sunset Boulevard

EVACUATION SHELTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue. Turn right onto Davis Avenue. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape.

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 763 personnel; 123 Engines; 14 Hand Crews; 2 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire


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This is a live stream from the just concluded Wednesday, October 30 morning press briefing at from the Getty Fire Command Post.

 

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/29/19 at 7:00 PM PDT 

SIZE: 656 acres

CONTAINMENT: 15%

SITUATION: Firefighters made great progress throughout the day, increasing containment and extinguishing hot spots. Adverse weather conditions will be the biggest challenge for firefighters throughout the evening. An Extreme Red Flag Warning will be in effect at 11PM. Winds are forecasted to be 30-50 mph with peak wind gusts up to 70 mph throughout the Santa Monica mountains. Relative humidity is forecasted to drop into single digits with poor to no overnight recoveries. This all adds up to an extreme fire weather threat, meaning that conditions are as dangerous for fire growth and behavior as we have seen in recent history. In anticipation of the extreme Santa Ana wind event, the LAFD has recalled and staffed additional resources for any emergency that may arise over the next 24 hours. These resources will be strategically placed in key locations that have a history of being prone to wildfire. Investigators have determined the preliminary cause of the fire by using burn patterns, witness statements and physical evidence. The fire was deemed an accidental start, caused by a tree branch that broke off and subsequently landed in nearby powerlines during high wind conditions. This errant tree branch caused the sparking and arcing of the powerlines, igniting nearby brush. All powerlines on the pole remained intact.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED : 7,091 residences are in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone. 12 residences have been destroyed and 5 residences have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The official Evacuation Map indicates Mandatory Evacuation Zones in RED that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Mandatory Evacuation (RED) Zone are with the exception of the Mountaingate community:

  • Temescal Canyon Road is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • 405 Freeway is the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: The official Evacuation Map indicates Evacuation Warning Zones in YELLOW that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map. All residents living in the Warning Zone must be READY AND SET in the event conditions change.

The borders of the Evacuation Preparedness (YELLOW) Zone that include the Mountaingate community:

  • Topanga Canyon is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • Temescal Canyon Road is the East border

ROAD CLOSURES: 

  • 405 Northbound: OPEN (All on/off ramps are closed between 101 Freeway and Sunset Blvd)
  • 405 Southbound: OPEN (All on/off ramps are closed between 101 Freeway and Sunset Blvd)
  • Temescal Canyon northboard closed at Sunset Blvd
  • Eastbound Sunset Blvd remains open 
  • Northbound Sepulveda Blvd closed from Moraga Dr to Skirball
  • Southbound Sepulveda Blvd closed form Skirball to Sunset Blvd

EVACUATION SHELTERS AND CENTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue (turn right onto Davis Ave. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape)

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 763 personnel; 123 Engines; 14 Hand Crews; 2 Dozers

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

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Video from Tuesday's 4:00 PM PDT Press Conference at the Getty Fire Command Post.

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/29/19 at 4:00 PM PDT New Information Provided is the Cause Determination 

CAUSE DETERMINATION (NEW):  Investigators from the Los Angeles Fire Department’s (LAFD) Arson-Counterterrorism Section have been working to determine the cause of the Getty Fire. Using burn patterns, witness statements, and physical evidence, investigators have determined the preliminary cause was an accidental start at in the 1800 block of North Sepulveda Boulevard. The fire was likely caused by a tree branch that broke off during the high wind conditions and subsequently landed on nearby powerlines, which resulted in sparking and arcing that ignited nearby brush. The powerlines remain intact on the pole. There is no evidence of arson or an intentionally set fire and there is no evidence of a homeless encampment in the fire’s area of origin. Investigators are working to determine the ownership of the land occupied by the tree. Video and photographs of the origin area are below.

       VIDEO OF ORIGIN AREA:

PHOTO OF ORIGIN AREA:

SIZE: 656 acres

CONTAINMENT: 15%

SITUATION: Firefighters continue to take advantage of favorable weather conditions into the day today, working with aircraft to extinguish any flare ups and mop up hot spots. Narrow canyon roads and steep terrain pose a challenge for hand crews working the fire line. Current objectives include protecting all structures and building further containment lines around the fire before another forecasted Santa Ana Wind event begins tonight around 11:00PM. Low relative humidty and wind gusts of 30-50mph are expected this evening.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED : 7,091 residences are in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone. 12 residences have been destroyed and 5 residences have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The official Evacuation Map indicates Mandatory Evacuation Zones in RED that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Mandatory Evacuation (RED) Zone are with the exception of the Mountaingate community:

  • Temescal Canyon Road is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • 405 Freeway is the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: The official Evacuation Map indicates Evacuation Warning Zones in YELLOW that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map. All residents living in the Warning Zone must be READY AND SET in the event conditions change.

The borders of the Evacuation Preparedness (YELLOW) Zone that include the Mountaingate community:

  • Topanga Canyon is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • Temescal Canyon Road is the East border

ROAD CLOSURES: 

  • Westbound Sunset Blvd is closed from the 405 Fwy to Temescal Canyn
  • Eastbound Sunset Blvd remains open 
  • Northbound Sepulveda Blvd closed from Moraga Dr to Skirball
  • Southbound Sepulveda Blvd closed form Skirball to Sunset Blvd

EVACUATION SHELTERS AND CENTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue (turn right onto Davis Ave. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape)

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 1,165 personnel; 170 Engines; 16 Hand Crews; 11 Helicopters.

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

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Video from Tuesday's 2:15 PM PDT Press Conference at the Getty Fire Command Post.

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/29/19 at 2:15 PM PDT 

SIZE: 656 acres

CONTAINMENT: 15%

SITUATION: Firefighters continue to take advantage of favorable weather conditions into the day today, working with aircraft to extinguish any flare ups and mop up hot spots. Narrow canyon roads and steep terrain pose a challenge for hand crews working the fire line. Current objectives include protecting all structures and building further containment lines around the fire before another forecasted Santa Ana Wind event begins tonight around 11:00PM. Low relative humidty and wind gusts of 30-50mph are expected this evening.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED (NEW INFORMATION): 7,091 residences are in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone. 12 residences have been destroyed and 5 residences have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The official Evacuation Map indicates Mandatory Evacuation Zones in RED that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Mandatory Evacuation (RED) Zone are with the exception of the Mountaingate community:

  • Temescal Canyon Road is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • 405 Freeway is the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: The official Evacuation Map indicates Evacuation Warning Zones in YELLOW that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map. All residents living in the Warning Zone must be READY AND SET in the event conditions change.

The borders of the Evacuation Preparedness (YELLOW) Zone that include the Mountaingate community:

  • Topanga Canyon is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • Temescal Canyon Road is the East border

ROAD CLOSURES (New Information): 

  • Westbound Sunset Blvd is closed from the 405 Fwy to Temescal Canyn
  • Eastbound Sunset Blvd remains open 
  • Northbound Sepulveda Blvd closed from Moraga Dr to Skirball
  • Southbound Sepulveda Blvd closed form Skirball to Sunset Blvd

EVACUATION SHELTERS AND CENTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue (turn right onto Davis Ave. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape)

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 1,165 personnel; 170 Engines; 16 Hand Crews; 11 Helicopters.

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

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Video from Tuesday's 8:00 AM PDT Press Conference at the Getty Fire Command Post.

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/29/19 at 8:00 AM PDT 

SIZE: 656 acres

CONTAINMENT: 5%

SITUATION: Firefighters continue to take advantage of favorable weather conditions into the day today, working with aircraft to extinguish any flare ups and mop up hot spots. Narrow canyon roads and steep terrain pose a challenge for hand crews working the fire line. Current objectives include protecting all structures and building further containment lines around the fire before another forecasted Santa Ana Wind event begins tonight around 11:00PM. Low relative humidty and wind gusts of 30-50mph are expected this evening.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: 7,091 residences are in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone. Eight residences have been destroyed and six residences have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The official Evacuation Map indicates Mandatory Evacuation Zones in RED that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Mandatory Evacuation (RED) Zone are with the exception of the Mountaingate community:

  • Temescal Canyon Road is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • 405 Freeway is the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: The official Evacuation Map indicates Evacuation Warning Zones in YELLOW that remain in effect today. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map. All residents living in the Warning Zone must be READY AND SET in the event conditions change.

The borders of the Evacuation Preparedness (YELLOW) Zone that include the Mountaingate community:

  • Topanga Canyon is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • Temescal Canyon Road is the East border

ROAD CLOSURES: All lanes of the NB and SB 405 Freeway are open but some on/off ramps may be closed intermittently from 101 to Sunset. For real-time information on local freeway and State Highway status, visit Caltrans QuickMap or call 1-800-427-7623.

EVACUATION SHELTERS AND CENTERS (small animals also welcome):

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue (turn right onto Davis Ave. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape)

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 1,165 personnel; 170 Engines; 16 Hand Crews; 11 Helicopters.

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

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Video from Monday's 5:00 PM PDT Press Conference at the Getty Fire Command Post.

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/28/19 at 8:00 PM PDT - next update Tuesday morning

SIZE: 618 acres

CONTAINMENT: 5%

SITUATION: Firefighters and aircraft have made good progress in slowing the spread of the fire. Firefighters are actively engaged in structure  protection throughout the evacuation zone. Aircraft and dozer teams are continuing to strengthen containment lines. We continue to monitor the weather with a Santa Ana wind event scheduled to begin again Tuesday at 11 PM. Low relative humidity and gusty wind will once again pose a threat for firefighters Tuesday night through mid-day Thursday.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: There are over 10,000 structures (both residential and commercial) in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone. Eight residences have been destroyed and six residences have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: Evacuation Orders have been lifted for the Mountaingate community. The official Evacuation Map indicates Mandatory Evacuation Zones in RED that remain in effect tonight. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Mandatory Evacuation (RED) Zone are with the exception of the Mountaingate community:

  • Temescal Canyon Road is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • 405 Freeway is the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: All residences in the Mountaingate community are now within the Evacuation Warning area. Those who reside in this community may return home but must be READY AND SET in the event conditions change. The official Evacuation Map indicates Evacuation Preparedness Zones in YELLOW that remain in effect tonight. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Evacuation Preparedness (YELLOW) Zone that now include the Mountaingate community:

  • Topanga Canyon is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • Temescal Canyon Road is the East border

ROAD CLOSURES: All southbound lanes of the 405 Freeway were reopened at 6:00 PM PDT Monday. All offramps from the southbound and northbound 405 Freeway between the 101 Freeway and Sunset Boulevard will remain closed until further notice. For real-time information on local freeway and State Highway status, visit Caltrans QuickMap or call 1-800-427-7623.

EVACUATION SHELTERS AND CENTERS (small animals also welcome):

  • Palisades Recreation Center (851 Alma Real Drive) **
  • Westwood Recreation Center (1350 South Sepulveda Boulevard**
  • Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks Recreation Center  (14201 Huston Street) CLOSED MONDAY EVENING
  • Stoner Recreation Center (1835 Stoner Avenue) CLOSED MONDAY EVENING
  • Cheviot Hills Recreation Center (2551 Motor Avenue) CLOSED MONDAY EVENING

    ** At 4:00 PM PDT Monday, the Palisades and Westwood Centers transitioned into Shelters, with overnight sleeping arrangements and food. The remaining Centers (Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks, Stoner and Cheviot Hills) closed for the evening at 8:00 PM PDT Monday.

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

COMMAND POST AND MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue (turn right onto Davis Ave. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape)

PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED: 1,117 personnel; 56 Engines; 22 Hand Crews; 11 Helicopters.

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

 


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Video from today's 12:00 PM PDT Press Briefing. Updated incident information appears below. Another Press Briefing is anticipated at 5:00 PM PDT Monday and will be streamed live and archived here for later viewing.

FIRIS imagery of Getty Fire from 9:00 AM
Image taken Monday morning by a fixed wing FIRIS aircraft.


 

INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/28/19 at 3:00 PM PDT

SIZE: 618 acres

SITUATION: This dynamic fire has been moving largely in a westward direction, fanned by Santa Ana winds. We are anticipating a favorable change in wind conditions as the day progresses. Firefighters continue to actively protect structures throughout the evacuation zone.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: There are over 10,000 structures (both residential and commercial) in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone. Eight structures have been destroyed and five structures have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The official Evacuation Map indicates Mandatory Evacuation Zones in RED. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Mandatory Evacuation (RED) Zone are:

  • Temescal Canyon Road is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • 405 Freeway is the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: The official Evacuation Map indicates Evacuation Preparedness Zones in YELLOW. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Evacuation Preparedness (YELLOW) Zone are:

  • Topanga Canyon is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • Temescal Canyon Road is the East border

ROAD CLOSURES: Per CHP: Full closure of the Southbound 405 Freeway from the 101 Freeway to Sunset Boulevard. All Southbound traffic will be diverted to 101 and Easbound/Westbound from 101 closed to Southbound 405. As for Nortbound traffic the offramps at Sepulveda Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard, Moraga Drive, Getty Center Drive, Skirball Center Drive and Mulholland Drive will be closed. For real-time information on local freeway and State Highway status and lane closures, visit Caltrans QuickMap or call 1-800-427-7623.

EVACUATION CENTER (small animals also welcome):

  • Palisades Recreation Center (851 Alma Real Drive) **
  • Westwood Recreation Center (1350 South Sepulveda Boulevard**
  • Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks Recreation Center  (14201 Huston Street)
  • Stoner Recreation Center (1835 Stoner Avenue)
  • Cheviot Hills Recreation Center (2551 Motor Avenue)

    ** As of 4:00 PM Monday, the Palisades and Westwood Centers will transition into Shelters, with overnight sleeping arrangements and food. The remaining sites (Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks, Stoner and Cheviot Hills) will remain open until 8:00 PM Monday (tonight )and then close for the evening.

ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTERS:

MEDIA STAGING: Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue (turn right onto Davis Ave. The media area is marked with cones and yellow fire line tape)

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED: Over 1,100 regional firefighters.

COOPERATING AGENCIES:  Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), L.A. Emergency Management Department (EMD), L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP), L.A. Department of Water and Power (DWP), SoCal Gas, American Red Cross, L.A. Public Works, Department of Transportation (DOT), Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA). City Council District 5, City Council District 11.

SAFETY MESSAGE:  Santa Ana winds can trigger extreme fire danger. Residents living in wildfire-prone areas are encouraged to be prepared in the event of a brush fire, remain vigilant, and familiarize themselves with the Ready-Set-Go program: lafd.org/ready-set-go

SOCIAL MEDIA: We encourage you to use the hashtag #GettyFire

 


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INFORMATION UPDATE: As of 10/28/19 at 9:00AM = Information update pending in the noon hour.

SIZE: 500+ acres

SITUATION: This is a very dynamic fire that is moving in a westward direction driven by Santa Ana wind conditions. Firefighters are actively engaged in structure protection throughout the evacuation zone.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: There are over 10,000 structures (both residential and commercial) in the Mandatory Evacuation Zone. At least 5 homes have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The official Evacuation Map indicates Mandatory Evacuation Zones in RED. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Mandatory Evacuation (RED) Zone are:

  • Temescal Canyon Road is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • 405 Freeway is the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: The official Evacuation Map indicates Evacuation Preparedness Zones in YELLOW. You can search for an address in the upper right corner of the map.

The borders of the Evacuation Preparedness (YELLOW) Zone are:

  • Topanga Canyon is the West border
  • Sunset Boulevard is the South border
  • Mulholland Drive is the North border
  • Temescal Canyon Road is the East border

ROAD CLOSURES: Per CHP: Full closure of the Southbound 405 Freeway from the 101 Freeway to Sunset Boulevard. All Southbound traffic will be diverted to 101 and Easbound/Westbound from 101 closed to Southbound 405. As for Nortbound traffic... the offramps at Sepulveda Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard, Moraga Drive, Getty Center Drive, Skirball Center Drive and Mulholland Drive will be closed. For real-time information on local freeway and State Highway status and lane closures, visit Caltrans QuickMap or call 1-800-427-7623.

EVACUATION CENTER (small animals welcome):

MEDIA STAGING:  Jackie Robinson Stadium, 100 Constitution Avenue (make a right into Davis Ave. Media area marked with cones and fire line tape)

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED: Over 600 LAFD firefighters with assistance from allied agencies.


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UPDATE:  As of 10/28/19 at 6:15AM (this information will be updated soon)

SIZE: 400 acres

SITUATION: This is a very dynamic fire that is moving in a westward direction driven by high winds.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: There are over 10,000 structures (both residential and commercial) in the mandatory evacuation zones 

MANDATORY EVACUATION : The current zone remains the same: Temescal Canyon Road is the western border.  Sunset Boulevard to Chautauqua Boulevard, continuing on Chautauqua Boulevard to Pacific Coast Highway remains the South border,  Mulholland remains the North border and 405 Freeway remains the East border

EVACUATION WARNING: Mulholland to the North, Topanga Canyon to the West, Sunset to the South and Temescal Canyonr Road to the East.

ROAD CLOSURES: FULL closure of the SB405FY from Valley Vista to Sunset

EVACUATION CENTER:

  • Westwood Recreation Center (1350 South Sepulveda Boulevard)
  • Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks Recreation Center  (14201 Huston Street)
  • Stoner Recreation Center (1835 Stoner)
  • Palisades Recreation Center (851 Alma Real Drive)
  • Cheviot Hills Recreation Center (2551 Motor Avenue)
  • For Animals:
    • West Valley Animal Shelter (20655 Plummer St)
    • West LA Animal Shelter (11361 W Pico Bl)
    • (Large animals) Hanson Dam Rec Area

MEDIA STAGING:  UCLA by Jackie Robinson Stadium (Enter from Sepulveda on Constitution AVe and make a right into Davis Ave. Media area marked with cones and fire line tape)

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED: Over 470 LAFD firefighters with assistance from neighboring agencies

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UPDATE: As of 10/28/19 at 8:20AM

SIZE: 500+ acres

SITUATION: This is a very dynamic wildfire that is moving in a westward direction driven by high winds.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: There are over 10,000 structures (both residential and commercial) in the mandatory evacuation zone. At least 5 homes have been damaged.

MANDATORY EVACUATION : The current zone for Mandatory Evacuation remains the same: Temescal Canyon Road is the western border.  Sunset Boulevard to Chautauqua Boulevard, continuing on Chautauqua Boulevard to Pacific Coast Highway remains the South border, Mulholland Drive remains the North border and 405 Freeway remains the East border

EVACUATION (PREPAREDNESS) WARNING: The area within Mulholland Drive to the North, Topanga Canyon to the West, Sunset Boulevard to the South and Temescal Canyon Road to the East.

ROAD CLOSURES: Per CHP FULL closure of the Southbound 405 Freeway from the 101 Freeway to Sunset Boulevard. All Southbound traffic will be diverted to 101 and Easbound/Westbound from 101 closed to Southbound 405. As for Nortbound traffic... the offramps at Sepulveda Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard, Moraga Drive, Getty Center Drive, Skirball Center Drive and Mulholland Drive will be closed.

EVACUATION CENTER (small animals welcome):

MEDIA STAGING:  UCLA by Jackie Robinson Stadium (Enter from Sepulveda on Constitution AVe and make a right into Davis Ave. Media area marked with cones and fire line tape)

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED: Over 600 LAFD firefighters with assistance from allied agencies.

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UPDATE:  As of 10/28/19 at 6:15AM (this information will be updated soon)

SIZE: 400 acres

SITUATION: This is a very dynamic fire that is moving in a westward direction driven by high winds.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: There are over 10,000 structures (both residential and commercial) in the mandatory evacuation zones 

MANDATORY EVACUATION : The current zone remains the same: Temescal Canyon Road is the western border.  Sunset Boulevard to Chautauqua Boulevard, continuing on Chautauqua Boulevard to Pacific Coast Highway remains the South border,  Mulholland remains the North border and 405 Freeway remains the East border

EVACUATION WARNING: Mulholland to the North, Topanga Canyon to the West, Sunset to the South and Temescal Canyonr Road to the East.

ROAD CLOSURES: FULL closure of the SB405FY from Valley Vista to Sunset

EVACUATION CENTER:

  • Westwood Recreation Center (1350 South Sepulveda Boulevard)
  • Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks Recreation Center  (14201 Huston Street)
  • Stoner Recreation Center (1835 Stoner)
  • Palisades Recreation Center (851 Alma Real Drive)
  • Cheviot Hills Recreation Center (2551 Motor Avenue)
  • For Animals:
    • West Valley Animal Shelter (20655 Plummer St)
    • West LA Animal Shelter (11361 W Pico Bl)
    • (Large animals) Hanson Dam Rec Area

MEDIA STAGING:  UCLA by Jackie Robinson Stadium (Enter from Sepulveda on Constitution AVe and make a right into Davis Ave. Media area marked with cones and fire line tape)

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED: Over 470 LAFD firefighters with assistance from neighboring agencies

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UPDATE:  As of 10/28/19 at 5:10AM

SIZE: 400 acres

SITUATION: This is a very dynamic fire that is moving in a westward direction driven by high winds.

STRUCTURES AFFECTED: There are over 10,000 structures (both residential and commercial) in the mandatory evacuation zones 

MANDATORY EVACUATION (NEW): The current zone is extending further to the west. Temescal Canyon Road is the new western border.  Sunset remains the South border,  Mulholland remains the North border and 405FY remains the East border

EVACUATION WARNING: Mulholland to the North, Topanga Canyon to the West, Sunset to the South and Sullivan Fire Road to the East.

EVACUATION CENTER:

  • Westwood Recreation Center (1350 South Sepulveda)
  • Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks Recreation Center  (14201 Huston St)
  • (Opening by 5:30AM) Stoner Recreation Center (1835 Stoner)
  • For Animals:
    • West Valley Animal Shelter (20655 Plummer St)
    • West LA Animal Shelter (11361 W Pico Bl)

MEDIA STAGING:  UCLA by Jackie Robinson Stadium (Enter from Sepulveda on Constitution AVe and make a right into Davis Ave. Media area marked with cones and fire line tape)

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED: Over 470 LAFD firefighters with assistance from neighboring agencies

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UPDATE:  As of 10/28/19 at 4:45AM

SIZE: 250 acres

SITUATION: This is a very dynamic fire that is moving in a westward direction. 

MANDATORY EVACUATION (NEW): The current zone is extending to the west. Sullivan Fire Road is the new western border, Chautauqua Blvd down to PCH. Mulholland remains the North border and 405FY remains the east border

EVACUATION WARNING: Mulholland to the North, Topanga Canyon to the West, Sunset to the South and Sullivan Fire Road to the East.

EVACUATION CENTER:

  • Westwood Recreation Center (1350 South Sepulveda)
  • Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks Recreation Center  (14201 Huston St)
  • For Animals:
    • West Valley Animal Shelter (20655 Plummer St)
    • West LA Animal Shelter (11361 W Pico Bl)

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED: Over 470 LAFD firefighters with assistance from neighboring agencies

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UPDATE:  As of 10/28/19 at 4:25AM

SIZE: 100 acres

SITUATION: This is a very dynamic fire that is moving in a westward direction. 

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The top of Mandeville Canyon Road down to Sunset. From Mandeville Canyon road to the 405 (nothing east of the 405) up to and including Mountain Gate Community.

EVACUATION WARNING: Mulholland to the North, Topanga Canyon to the West, Sunset to the South and Mandeville Canyon to the East.

EVACUATION CENTER:

  • Westwood Recreation Center (1350 South Sepulveda)
  • Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks Recreation Center  (14201 Huston St)
  • For Animals:
    • West Valley Animal Shelter (20655 Plummer St)
    • West LA Animal Shelter (11361 W Pico Bl)

PERSONNEL ASSIGNED: Over 470 LAFD firefighters with assistance from neighboring agencies

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UPDATE:  As of 10/28/19 at 3:25AM

SIZE: 70+ acres

SITUATION: This is a very dynamic fire and all residents west of the 405 and south of Sunset need to be vigilant and stay informed following @LAFD, visit www.lafd.org/news for Getty Fire updates

MANDATORY EVACUATION: The top of Mandeville Canyon Road down to Sunset. From Mandeville Canyon road to the 405 (nothing east of the 405) up to and including Mountain Gate Community.

EVACUATION WARNING: Mulholland to the North, Topanga Canyon to the West, Sunset to the South and Mandeville Canyon to the East.

EVACUATION CENTER:

  • Westwood Recreation Center (1350 South Sepulveda)
  • Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks Recreation Center  (14201 Huston St)
  • For Animals:
    • West Valley Animal Shelter (20655 Plummer St)
    • West LA Animal Shelter (11361 W Pico Bl)

 

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