Why You Need A Card

Topanga Access Cards - Why You Need A Card

BE PREPARED!

Disasters Happen Year Round.
Make getting your Annual Topanga Access Card Part of Your Family’s Emergency Preparedness Plan.


ACCESS CARD IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN OTHER FORMS OF ID

Gives Access to Children, Elderly and Disabled Adults:
Unlike other forms of ID, non-driving children, elderly, disabled adults and their caregivers with an Access Card will be able to enter the canyon with a non-resident driver. For more information on caregiver cards, click here.

Expedites Entry by Zone for all Residents:
The Access Card displays your ZONE Number which will expedite re-entry when CHP and Sheriff’s Dept. deem it safe.

Has Vital Emergency Contact Information at Your Fingertips:
Important numbers are printed on the backside to aid in emergencies.

 

THE CARD THAT KEEPS ON GIVING

Proceeds from Access Cards help fund the Topanga Town Council’s Community Projects:
Learn more about the projects of the Town Council here: Committees, Porjects & Programs

2017 Featured Non-Profit:
This year’s card celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the Topanga Town Council.  The mountain lion honors the National Park Service and those who help protect the wildlife in the Santa Monica Mountains.


TO GET YOUR CARD

New Cardholders & Caregivers:
Apply In Person

Renewing Cardholders:
Renew Online

For More Information:
Call: 310-455-3001
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