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Office of Emergency Management

Even though the Woolsey fire is now contained, you may continue to receive questions from the community. There is great information available on the LA County website, is updated regularly as information becomes available. 

Residents and business owners who sustained losses should continue applying for FEMA aid. Register online at

Safety information for those returning home can be found at:

While Santa Monica is not directly impacted, many of our concerned community members want to know how they can help. City Hall and Fire Stations located in Santa Monica are not accepting donations at this time and recommend that you make monetary contributions to the following local non-profits:





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Take action to prepare your family, organization, or community on what we can expect in our next catastrophic disaster, be it earthquake, or another event.  This is in line with the Santa Monica Office of Emergency Management's mantra of:
                 1) Get a kit, 2) Have a plan, and 3) Be informed. 

These basic steps should provide people with the means to cope in a disaster and become part of the response and recovery that our communities will surely need.  (click on the Preparedness tab)

Please take a moment this week to check your emergency supplies, update your contact information, sign up to receive community emergency alerts, and take the next 3-Saturday Santa Monica CERT class which starts on January 26.  For more information on being prepared, please visit the various tabs on this OEM website.













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