Offering Woolsey Fire Victims and the Malibu Community Resources and Information They Need to Rebuild Fire Safe Homes in a Fire Safe Community
Malibu Dolphin Charitable Foundation Woolsey Fire Heroes
Please pick up your award certificate and Dolphin pin at the Malibu Times, 3864 Las Flores Canyon. If you would like to have it mailed to you, please contact email@example.com with credit card to cover cost of postage/handling. A final list of all the Woolsey Fire Heroes has been posted on the Malibu Times.
5 permits to rebuild completely destroyed homes have been given (3 of which were occupied, full-time residences). 13 temporary housing permits have been issued by Building Safety. 170 properties have been fully cleared of fire debris removal under the state-sponsored CalOES/CalRecycle program and received their certificates of completion. 47 properties have been fully cleared of fire debris under the Local Program and received their certificates of completion.
CITY OF MALIBU AND FIRE DEPARTMENT CONSULTING
City of Malibu &Fire Department Rebuilding Consultations
City Hall - Tuesdays & Thursdays 8AM – 12
The Fire Rebuild Counter is open every day to assist residents with any questions related to rebuilding their homes, cleaning up their property, placing temporary structures, and more. An L.A. County Fire Department official is stationed at City Hall every Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM to offer specific guidance on Fire Department requirements for rebuilding. The City has hired additional professional contract staff to support the Planning, Public Works and Building Safety Department rebuilding activities.
FREE LEGAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE - PEPPERDINE
The Pepperdine Law Disaster Recovery Clinic is providing limited-scope legal services to individuals affected by the Woolsey Fire. The Disaster Recovery Clinic is a law school legal clinic run by Professors Sophia Hamilton and David DeJute. Its practice includes representation of clients with legal issues related to permitting and rebuilding, landlord-tenant relationships, insurance, and FEMA or other Woolsey-related legal issues. Please fill out this case management form and it will be directed to the best legal person at Pepperdine.
REBUILDING PROPERTY TAX RELIEF INFORMATION
Homeowners in the County of Los Angeles whose properties have been damaged or destroyed by the Woolsey, Hill, or Pike fires may be eligible for property tax relief. Taxpayers whose properties have either been destroyed or sustained a minimum of $10,000 in damage may file a Misfortune and Calamity (M&C) claim for property tax relief. By visiting assessor.lacounty.gov, affected taxpayers can provide updated contact information to various county agencies, learn about disaster relief, obtain an electronic copy of the disaster relief claim form, and request paper forms.
SCE'S TREE TRIMMING WORK IS UNDERWAY IN MALIBU
State regulations require utilities to trim trees or vegetation so they do not grow into or fall into high-voltage power lines, which can cause a power outage, as well as spark a fire or be a danger to the public. SCE's enhanced tree trimming is part of its Wildfire Mitigation Plan SCE has posted information about its tree trimming efforts. It includes a Q&A and a diagram of how they plan to implement clearances.
PROGRAMS AND SPECIAL EVENTS FOR YOU
Friday, June 21 6:00 PM
Thursday, June 27 7:00 PM
“We Go On (California Strong)” Fundraiser - With a Live Performance By Celleste,
Celleste and Eric will be hosting a fundraising event at the featuring a screening of a silent auction with exclusive items, and many other surprises. Please join them for a great night of food, Malibu Screening Room, at 24855 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, Ca, 90265, local wines, music and fundraising. All ticket sales and proceeds from the event go to the WeGoOn Fund . “For more information, purchase tickets, or make a donation, Visit WeGoOn.org. Donations may also be made by texting WeGoOn to 71777.
A FREE SUPPORT GROUP for FIRE AFFECTED FAMILIES
July 2nd& July 24 at Malibu Library 10AM – 11:30
A Different Kind of Love
Preregistration required. Produced by Roots and Wings
Information and Registration
RADICAL BEAUTY ART, MALIBU RISING EXHIBITION
Now and Ongoing Thru August 19
The Cultural Arts Commission’s Art Exhibition “Radical Beauty, Malibu Rising: Reflections on the Woolsey Fire,” features artwork created by community members, including paintings, drawings, photos, poetry, videos, and songs related to the Woolsey Fire. The exhibition will be on display at City Hall through August 2019 and can be viewed during City Hall open hours (Monday through Thursday 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM and Fridays 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM).
Operation Recovery is an independent, all-volunteer community project sponsored by the Malibu Dolphin Charitable Foundation. We welcome the participation of other like-minded groups and individuals to help us meet the needs of Malibu residents affected by the Woolsey fire. For information call Karen York, 310-456-5507 ext. 117