Three Topanga community organizations: Topanga Town Council, the Topanga Creek Watershed Committee, and the Topanga Chamber of Commerce (TCoC), have all signed on to support Topanga's registration as a "Certified Wildlife Habitat" (CWH) at the community level and WE NEED YOU to help us achieve this goal. It's easy for Topangans to qualify!
Are You Prepared for the Next Major Earthquake?
United States Representative Ted Lieu sends a message for all Californians to prepare for the great shaker. These photos are taken from the new Topanga Survival Guide, which will reach Topangans by this fall. It will outline ways to help you better prepare for earthquakes, floods, fires and other natural disasters. Read on to see the recent article in the Los Angeles Times that quotes experts as saying, "San Andreas fault 'locked, loaded and ready to roll'.
UNDERGROUND UTILITY PROJECT - UPDATED INFORMATION
Project will restart on July 6th, 2016.
Read more to see estimated time of completion of the project.
Latest from Supervisor Kuehl
By Karen Ocamb, Topanga Messenger, June 30, 2016
Reprinted with permission from "The Pride," Los Angeles' LGBT Newspaper
Out Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl has spent a lifetime fighting bigotry, most prominently perhaps when her. . . Read More
Frontier Offers Direct Contact For Residents With Outstanding Service Issues
The Town Council has also been in contact with Representative Mike Gatto, the Chair of the California State Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce.
Coastal Commission - Executive Director's Firing Fuels a Firestorm of Controversy
On February 10, for the first time in its 44-year history, the California Coastal Commission dismissed its executive director. The decision left the environmental community reeling and has generated a firestorm of controversy.On February 10, for the first time in its 44-year history, the California Coastal Commission dismissed its executive director. The decision left the environmental community reeling and has generated a firestorm of controversy....Read More
'DROP, COVER & HOLD' Is The New Quake Mantra
Federal, State, and local emergency management experts and other official preparedness organizations all agree that “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” is the appropriate action to reduce injury and death during earthquakes. Are you prepared to survive and recover quickly? Why is it important to do a Drop, Cover, and Hold On drill? Watch this how to video.
You're invited to a Water System Infrastructure Community Meeting on Monday, September 12, at the Topanga Library.
Alternatives to Anticoagulant Rodenticides
A free, half day symposium on alternatives to anticoagulant rodenticides, the science behind effective alternatives for rodent control and successful examples at farms and facilities. Event will be at the Broome Library at Cal State University Channel Islands on Wednesday, July 20, 9:30a to 12:30p.
A sucessful Blood Drive at the Topanga Library
On January 5th, Topangans played an important role in helping save 39 lives by donating blood for the Red Cross. Library Manager, Oleg Kagen helped to get donors for the drive, that by the way, surpassed expectations! Giving blood is one of the easiest and most direct ways of saving lives and much easier than donating an organ. The need for blood is constant and your efforts help ensure a safe and stable blood supply is available for people in need. So, next time you hear of a blood drive, think RED as in the Red Cross! Special thanks to the library for sponsoring the drive.