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Tick Fire


All evacuation orders for the Tick Complex (inlcudes Tick Fire and Old Fire) have been lifted and residents are able to return with identification.

For up to date information on the fire status and road closure information, please visit LA County's emergency website:

If you sustained damage to your home, business, or personal property as a result of the Tick Fire, please fill out this Damage Assessment Report. The report is used by the County of Los Angeles to determine if damage is widespread enough to qualify for Federal recovery assistance, it does not guarantee individual assistance, but is important to assessing the recovery assistance needs for your community.



Call 9-1-1 for emergencies and medically assisted evacuations only.  If you need information on fire status and resources, you can use the links above, official Twitter accounts below, or you can call 2-1-1 or chat with is online for fire information and resources. 211 LA runs the LA County Public Disaster Information Hotline to assist residents during disasters.

2-1-1 has the ability to answer calls in other languages, so people needing fire information in other languages may call 2-1-1

Need information or resources now? You can live chat with one of our trained advisors now. You will be placed in the queue and the next available agent will help. 

Click to chat with the next available live agent.

RUMOR CONTROL: 211 can not give you a code or authorization to get back into your neighborhood. Evacuation orders can only be lifted by the Sheriffs, and you will need identification to get back into closed areas once the evacuation order is lifted. The safety of residents and first responders is everyone's top priority.


SAFETY MESSAGE – A few important reminders for everyone when there are active fires and fire danger remains high:

  1. Stay vigilant in monitoring current fire conditions with information from official sources (such as the websites above and Twitter pages listed below). Watch out for rumors and misinformation on social media, and be careful not to share unverified information.
  2. Pay attention to and follow road closures and any evacuation warnings. A reminder to drive slowly and yield to emergency personnel in the area.
  3. If you are in an area with smokey air and have health conditions, avoid exercise and wear an N-95 mask to filter out smoke particles if needed.
  4. Be kind to all public safety and power workers - it's easy to feel fear and anger in situations like these, but everyone is trying to do their jobs to keep you safe. 

DISASTER DISTRESS INFORMATION - During and following a natural or human-caused disaster, levels of stress and anxiety can be very high, in particular for people who have previously experienced the trauma of living through previous fires. Some people (both adults and children) may have a hard time coping with difficult emotions, including months or even years later. Learn the warning signs for disaster-related distress, which may include things such as the inability to concentrate, feelings or panic and loss of control, feeling triggered by other events even when there is no direct danger to you, depression and thoughts of suicude, and more. You can also call the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text "TalkWithUs" to 66746 for emotional support and resources - you don't have to go through this alone!

WILDFIRE PREPAREDNESS INFORMATION - If you are in or near a high risk fire area, it is vital to always be prepared. Check out these CalFIRE Wildfire Tips for things you can do, and encourage your family, friends, and neighbors to do the same.

LAC services are free to any member of the public – no identification or documentation is needed in order to access help. Bilingual support will be available on site, as well as support for those who have disabilities, access and functional needs. The following are examples of the type of help available:

   - Information on property clean-up, repair and rebuilding
   - Filing insurance claims
   - Replacing records lost during the wildfire, such as drivers licenses and vehicle registrations

City of Santa Clarita Activities Center
20880 Centre Pointe Parkway,
Santa Clarita, CA 91350

Wednesday, October 30 - Monday, November 4. 
10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Updated 10/29/19 11:00 am

Los Angeles County: Alert LA County
Los Angeles City: Notify LA
Ventura County: VC Alert
And don't forget to check your city's website for city and neighborhood-specific alerts as well!

Official Fire Department Information
 - @LACoFDPIO - LA County Fire Department, Public Information Office
 - @LACoFD - LA County Fire Department 
 - @LACFD - LA County Fire Incident Alerts

Law Enforcement
 - @LASDHQ - Los Angeles Sheriff's Department
 - @LAPDHQ - Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters

LA County Emergency Management
 - @ReadyLACounty - LA County Office of Emergency Management

 - @211LACounty - 211 LA shares info from all of the above + resource updates 

During and after disasters, the most valuable donation you can make is often donating money to official organizations such as the Red Cross (be wary of unofficial online donations), because it provides the most flexibility for purchasing items needed for disaster victims. Check before dropping off any donation goods to shelters or first responders, as they can become overwhelmed with donations they can't use, and it requires them to divert resources from their primary activities. 
- Red Cross: go to
- LA County Animal Care Foundation
- Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation

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