The Topanga Coalition for Emergency Preparedness—TCEP—is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization based in Topanga, California. For over 23 years, we've provided emergency preparedness education and real-time disaster status updates to residents of Topanga, Malibu and surrounding areas.
FIRE DANGER LEVEL
Topanga Fire Danger Level for Saturday, February 27, 2021
LA County Fire Dept & National Fire Danger Rating System View guidelines & safe practices.WEATHER ADVISORY - ISSUED High Wind Warning - until February 28 at 12:00PMHigh Wind Warning This product is issued by the National Weather Service when high wind speeds may pose a hazard or is life threatening. The criteria for this warning varies from
state to state. In Michigan, the criteria is sustained non-convective (not related to thunderstorms) winds greater than or equal to 40 mph lasting for one hour or longer, or winds greater
than or equal to 58 mph for any duration.
READY! SET! GO!Your Personal Wildfire Protection PlanDownload the 2020 update from LA County Fire
Wildfire Evacuation and Shelter Protocols in the COVID-19 EnvironmentDownload an overview of how LA County emergency planners are adjusting wildfire evacuation procedures during the pandemic.
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LEARN HOW TO PREPARE FOR DISASTERS
Topanga Disaster Survival Guide, the bible of emergency prep written by Topangans for Topangans.
Please note T-CEP does not post daily traffic information or accidents. It is our mission to focus on natural disasters.
For Road information call 800.427.7623 or visit CalTrans
or CHP Traffic Incident
Information Page or see the
Live Cam views of Topanga Canyon Blvd (courtesy of Froggy's and Topanga Lumber)
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