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PLANTING SEASON IS HERE - GO NATIVE & FIRE SAFE

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A Fire-Safer Plant List

Why fire-safer, not fire-safe? Under the right conditions, anything can burn; but the plants on this list will be slower to burn and slower to spread fire. Many are native, and the non-native plants listed are not likely to spread into the wild landscape. These lists are not comprehensive, but all the plants here should be widely available.  You can find fire safe plants at Sepulveda Garden Center, 16633 Magnolia Blvd., in Encino. PH: 818-784-5180. To see their website, click here.

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RIDE THE NEW EXPO LINE FROM DOWNTOWN TO SANTA MONICA

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Expo Line Extended - A Note from Supervisor Sheila Kuehl

Starting May 20, the Expo Line will take travelers all the way to Santa Monica. Click here to read the announcement from LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl. 

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SURVIVE THE RAINY SEASON!

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Come to Topanga's El Nino Workshop on Tuesday, January 19th from 7p to 8:30p at Topanga's Library.

Topanga's El Nino Preparedness Workshop will help you learn how to manage your trash cans during the rains, recapture water, slope stabilization tips and much more. Hear from County agencies/departments on road concerns, flooding and safety. Also hear from several local volunteer emergency organizations on what Topanga can do to survive the rainy season and how we can watch out for each other. Seating is limited, so arrive early! If you can't make the workshop, information from the presenters will be posted soon after the meeting on Onetopanga.com.

To view KTLA's crazy video on sliding trash cans, click here.

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Year Round Beach Bus 2016

BeachBusLogoRide 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.

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EMERGENCY EQUINE EVACUATION: PREPAREDNESS IS KEY!

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Horse Evacuation Information from LA County's Equine Response Team

The County of Los Angeles Equine Response Team, is an all-volunteer group trained to quickly and safely evacuate livestock during natural disasters and other emergencies. Learn how the ERT works during a fire, and what you can do to prepare in advance for safe horse evacuation. 

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WEIGH IN ON CALTRANS' LONG TERM PLAN

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March 29 Deadline for Public Comment on Caltrans Plan for the Future of California Public Transportation  

Caltrans is seeking public comment on the long-term California Transportation Plan 2040 (CTP 2040). Read about the plan and submit your comments online before March 28.

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ILLEGAL DUMPING & GRAFFITI REMOVAL

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ILLEGAL DUMPING AND GRAFFITI SHOULD NOT HAVE A HOME IN OUR CANYON

Many residents have commented on seeing sofas, mattresses and furniture dumped along our beautiful roadsides.  All residents can and should take an active role in reporting incidents of graffiti and illegal dumping. By reporting incidents as soon as you see them, the issue can be remedied/removed in a more timely fashion. The Topanga Town Council thanks everyone for being diligent in reporting any criminal activity in our canyon.

TO REPORT ILLEGAL DUMPING ---
BY PHONE: 1-888-CLEAN-LA, press O (zero). Give specific location information and item(s) to be picked up.
ONLINE:  CLICK HERE
If you are reporting illegal dumping on private property, please note that it is the responsibility of the property owners to clean-up and remove any illegally dumped items on their own property. For bulky item pickup, you can call Universal Waste Services at: 800-631-7016. Bulky item pickups are at no charge and are scheduled on most Thursdays.

TO REPORT GRAFFITI ---
BY PHONE: LA County's Graffiti Hotline - 800-675-HELP (4357)

BY EMAIL: To help the Sheriff's Department with these type of crime related activities, they ask you send them a photo with date/time/location of the graffiti so they can run it through their database before the graffiti is removed. This can help them detect crime patterns and activities in and around our area. You can do so by emailing Sergeant Johnson at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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EL NINO PREPARATION WORKSHOP

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The County of Los Angeles and the Topanga Town Council host an El Nino Workshop

Find out how to prepare your home, family and community from effects of El Nino on Tuesday, January 19th from 7p to 8:30p at the Topanga Library. Learn from experts on how rains can impair roads, how to stabilize your property against landslides and erosion, evacuation process, and how water and power outages are managed.  

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HELP COMBAT HOMELESSNESS

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Los Angeles County's New Homeless Initiative Needs Community Input - Take Survey 

The County’s Homeless Initiative team released its Draft Recommended Strategies to Combat Homelessness. The comprehensive report contains a wide range of strategies, both short and long term, for helping to move people out of homelessness and help to keep them in housing.

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GREYWATER & WATER CONSERVATION WORKSHOP - UPDATE

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UPDATE:  WORKSHOP Q&A'S ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING.
This special workshop was hosted at the Topanga Community House on July 22, 2015 by Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, the Topanga Town Council and the Topanga Canyon Watershed Committee.  The workshop provided helpful information on water conservation ideas and workable greywater systems. To see compliled Q&A's, click here.  To see all workshop info and presentation, please click on DOWNLOADS & LINKS in left navigation bar.

 

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