After the Woolsey Fire: Community Resources

Local Neighbor to Neighbor Updates:

People have been sharing local information by using the private neighborhood social network Nextdoor.com. Get the latest updates from your neighbors including community resources, news and information.

California Wildfire Recovery Resources:

A Statewide informational resource for help specific to California including, local assistance, debris removal information, services, housing, local assistance center info, contacts and more.

File a FEMA Claim:

Talk to a representative or file a claim online. Even if you have insurance, FEMA Can cover gaps in coverage.

Malibu Evacuee Update – November 13, 2018

Live You Tube Video from the City of Malibu at Santa Monica High School “Thanks for tuning into the live stream of the evacuee update. Please submit your questions to info@cityofmalibu.org and we will be sure to respond and post answers to your questions on the City of Malibu’s website at www.malibucity.org/woolsey.”

Woolsey Fire Structure Destruction Map

This “Crowd-Sourced” map shows homes and building that were either destroyed or damaged in the fire.

This is KBUU News – Day 192 … the Monday headlines: =   Two killed on PCH last Friday … another speeding car crash. =   Malibu gets an inch and a third of rain. =  The Nobu restaurant may get its permits yanked … by the planning commission tonight. =   A school campus […]

A second wave of Painted Lady butterflies is flitting about the Santa Monica Mountains. Or maybe the third. There was a huge bloom of butterflies in Malibu in March. All the rain has given the butterflies great impetus to migrate north from Mexico … and breed like crazy. A local entomologist named Anna Howell tells the […]

You may have heard about the conference of local government officials from across California … which erupted into violence over the weekend. It was the Contract Cities Association … a group that counts Malibu as a member. In the convention hall just after midnight … a fight broke out between members of the City of […]

The City of Malibu will consider closing the Nobu restaurant … at the Planning Commission tonight. Nobu is estimated to be one of the most-profitable restaurant in greater L A. It’s a magnet for celebrities … paparazzi … big spenders. It’s also a traffic disaster. Nearly every regular motorist on P C H has a horror […]

The Malibu Foundation has announced it will contribute the cost of converting KBUU’s transmitter to solar power. The foundation is contributing 12 thousand 5 hundred dollars to KBUU’s nonprofit operating corporation. The radio station has been limping along on gas generators since the Woolsey Fire destroyed the structures at Rancho Del Cielo … where the […]

This is KBUU News – Day 192 … the Friday Headlines: = Two killed on PCH last Friday … another speeding car crash. = Malibu gets an inch and a third of rain. = The Nobu cease and desist order goes before the planning commission today. = A school campus in Santa Monica might get […]

=   A pedestrian .. hit by a car at La Costa beach … has died. =   Are you still mad about the roadblocks around malibu during the fire? =   The L A County Sheriffs Oversight Commission schedules public hearings in malibu. =   Malibu may get its 6 million dollars in FEMA […]

There is good news and bad news for the whales off California’s coast. Fewer whales are being hit by ships …ad the big cargo lines are slowing their ships down. But gray whales seem to be starving due to lack of food. At least 53 dead or dying gray whales have washed up along the […]

The City of Malibu is out $6 million dollars … money spent as result of the Woolsey fire and subsequent floods. In normal years … this money would have been reimbursed by FEMA the Federal Emergency Management Agency. But this is not a normal year … and disputes between President Donald Trump and congressional Democrats […]

Six months of upheaval at the Los Angeles County sheriffs office …  and lingering anger and resentment over the road blocks around Malibu during and after the big fire. That’s the backdrop …. as the Los Angeles County Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission has scheduled a town hall meeting for Malibu in two weeks. The oversight […]


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