Last Updated: Nov 25, 2018 1200
Date/Time Started: Nov 08, 2018
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Unit: San Luis Obispo Unit
Location: Thousand Oaks, Oak Park, Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, West Hills, Simi Valley, Chatsworth, Bell Canyon, Hidden Hills, Malibu and Calabasas.
Acres Burned – Containment: 96,949 acres – 100% contained.    (Expected Full Containment:  November 22, 2018)
Structures Threatened: 0
Structures Destroyed: 1,643 structures
Structures Damaged: 364 structures
Civilian Fatalities: 3
Civilian Injuries: 0
Firefighter Injuries: 3
Firefighter Fatalities: 0
Mandatory Evacuations: City of Malibu – Portions of Malibu have been repopulated & more will be repopulated each day. Currently 700
residents remain affected in Malibu & Unincorporated County of Los Angeles.
Assistance Centers:
  • Disaster Assistance Centers (DAC)
    Conrad L. Hilton Foundation – 30440 Agoura Road Agoura Hills, CA 91362
    Malibu Courthouse – 23525 Civic Center Way Malibu, CA 90265
    Hours of Operations:
    Friday Nov. 23st – Saturday Nov. 24th: 10AM-6PM
    Monday Nov. 26th – Thursday Nov. 29th: 1PM-8PM
    Friday Nov. 30th – Saturday Dec 1st: 10AM-6PM
    Monday Dec 3rd – Thursday Dec. 6th: 1PM-8PM
    Friday Dec. 7th – Saturday Dec 8th: 10AM-6PM
  • Local Assistance Center (LAC)
    Thousand Oaks Public Library – 1401 East Janss Road
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 Hours 9AM-5PM
Road Closures: Westbound Mulholland Hwy, West of Seminole Dr.
Mulholland Hwy at PCH
Mulholland Hwy at Encinal Canyon “Split”
Mulholland Hwy at Kanan Dume
Mulholland Hwy at Little Sycamore Canyon.
Encinal Canyon North of Noranda
Latigo Canyon at Ocean View Drive
Kanan Dume Road at Latigo Canyon
Corral Canyon Road north of Tistou Trail
Decker Road at PCH
Chesebro Road at the bridge between Driver Ave & Balkins
Cause: Under Investigation
Cooperating Agencies: Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD), SoCal Edison, SoCal Gas Co., Fish & Game, California Highway
Patrol (CHP), Public Health Dept., California State Parks, CalTrans, Ventura County Animal Control, LA County Animal Control, L.A. County Office of Emergency Management (OEM), Red Cross, National Parks Service (NPS), Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA), and United States Forest Service (USFS)
Total Fire Personnel: 50
Total Fire Engines: 0
Total Fire Crews: 0
Total Helicopters: 0
Total Dozers: 0
Total Water Tenders: 0
Unified Command Agencies: LA County Fire Dept., LA County Sheriff’s Dept., Ventura County Fire Dept., LA County Dept. of Public Works
Current Situation: Unified Command has prepared a contingency plan for mud and debris flow. Sand bag distribution sites available at
fire stations in both LA & Ventura County:
Contact the Los Angeles County Fire Department PIO Office for all further media inquiries (323) 881-2411
For continued information on road closures and evacuations view this map here:
Phone Numbers: Public Information: (805)465-6650

Media Line: (805)669-6015

Woolsey Fire

  (323) 881-2411
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