Storm rainfall Totals ( So far), Emergency information





A strong storm moving through Southern California dropped nearly 11 inches of rain in some parts of Los Angeles County as of Monday morning Feb. 5, 2024.

you can check the latest rainfall totals at link below:



If you are in need of shelter:

There is an increase in the number of shelter and housing vouchers available. L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks shelter sites are also open, call 211 if you are in need of transportation to a shelter. If you have transportation and are in need of shelter, you can visit any of the shelters listed below.

Mid Valley Senior Center: 8825 Kester Ave, Panorama City, CA, 91402.
Lincoln Heights Senior Citizen Center: 2323 Workman St, Los Angeles, CA, 90031.
South LA Sports Activity Center: 7020 S. Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA, 90003.
Oakwood Recreational Center: 767 California Ave, Venice, CA, 90291.

If necessary, get free sandbags at your local Fire Department:

The Los Angeles Fire Department provides up to 25 free ready-to-fill sandbags year-round at all Neighborhood Fire Stations, here are local fire stations in, or near Council District 2 that have sandbags currently available. You can find a list of all stations in LA City with available sandbags here.

Fire Station 86: 4305 Vineland Ave, Toluca Lake, CA, 91602. Phone Number: 818-756-8686.
Fire Station 77: 9224 Sunland Blvd, Sun Valley, CA, 91352. Phone Number: 818-756-8677.
Fire Station 78: 4041 Whitsett Ave, Studio City, CA, 91604. Phone Number: 818-756-8678.




Credit to @abc7la

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