Topanga Town Council

Summer Fun on the Topanga Beach Bus

Screen Shot 2019 08 06 at 7.31.59 PMRide the Bus From the Valley to the Sea and Back Again!

The Topanga Beach Bus takes you from Warner Center/Woodland Hills to Santa Monica beaches in under an hour, for just $1.00! 

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Topanga Canyon Underground Utility District Project Update - March 2019

TCB Underground Utility ProjectUNDERGROUND UTILITY PROJECT - UPDATED INFORMATION

Read more to see the latest update on this ongoing project. 

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The County Wants to Hear From You

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Submit Your Comments Regarding Regulating Roosters in Topanga and the Rest of Unincorporated LA County!

Last December, in response to a massive cockfighting bust---reportedly the largest in history---the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisors Kathryn Barger and Sheila Kuehl to develop a plan to limit the number of roosters residents can keep in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. 

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LA County's Budget

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Explore the LA County CEO's Proposed 2018-2019 Budget

On April 9, LA County CEO Sachi Hamai presented the LA County Board of Supervisors with a proposed $30.8 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2018-2019. The budget's mission is to "improve the quality of life for all County residents, particularly those struggling on the margins of society," according to Hamai.

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Saving Water With Topanga Smart

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Topanga Smart and Malibu Smart Programs Offer New Technologies to Help Residents Conserve Water
PRESS RELEASE – With increasing temperatures, persistent drought conditions and a prolonged fire season, it continues to be important to save water. To address these pressing environmental issues, the City of Malibu, County of Los Angeles and West Basin Municipal Water District are launching a comprehensive water conservation program. The Malibu Smart and Topanga Smart water savings programs will help both residential customers and businesses reduce water use by helping them get rebates for installing the latest watering technologies. 

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Weigh in on Future Vote Centers

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LA County wants YOUR Input on Where to Place New Vote Centers in 2020 
LA County is stepping away from polling places and moving to Vote Centers – providing voters with greater convenience, accessibility and time to vote. The county wants your help in choosing the locations of these Vote Centers.

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Access New FAQs Regarding Proposed Rooster Ordinance

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UPDATED: Public Comments and Questions Gathered Regarding Regulating Roosters in Topanga and the Rest of Unincorporated LA County

Last December, in response to a massive cockfighting bust---reportedly the largest in history---the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisors Kathryn Barger and Sheila Kuehl to develop a plan to limit the number of roosters residents can keep in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. 

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State Parks Responds to Fish Die-Off in Malibu Creek & Malibu Lagoon

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A Message from Malibu City:

Staff from California State Parks and The Bay Foundation, supported by local fish and wildlife experts, are assessing the cause of death for an estimated 2,000 striped mullet (Mugil cephalus) over the last week within Malibu Lagoon and lower Malibu Creek.

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Dept. of Public Works to Host Sept. 15 Discussion on Revised FEMA Maps, and More

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A Message From the LA County Department of Public Works:

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has re-delineated floodplain boundaries in Topanga, Old Topanga, Cold Creek, Dark and Escondido Canyons to more accurately reflect the Special Flood Hazard Areas on FEMA’s Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs). Topanga property owners and residents are invited to attend an open house that Public Works is hosting at the Topanga Library on September 15, to discuss revised FEMA maps, flood insurance requirements, and flood zone mapping.

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SCE to Discuss "Public Safety Power Shutoffs" at Community Meeting

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SCE Meeting to Address Community Questions About "Public Safety Power Shutoffs" on October 9, at King Gillette Ranch

Southern California Edison is hosting a community meeting for Topanga, Malibu, Hidden Hills, Calabasas, Agoura Hills, and Westlake Village residents to discuss the company's Wildfire Mitigation Program (which includes the controversial proposed "Public Safety Power Shutoff" system). 

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FCC Amateur Ham Radio Class October 21

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HAM Radio Class & Exam Session Offered by Norm, Naomi, and Brian Goodkin

Any licensed amateur radio operator can join groups whose job it is to assist during emergency situations. But you can't just buy a radio set and become an amateur radio operator. Not legally, at least. So come to class on October 21 to get your HAM radio license!

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Public Safety Power Shutoff Motion

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LA County Supervisors Approve Motion to Review SCE's Controversial "Public Safety Power Shutoff" Program 

On Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed the following motion by Supervisors Sheila Kuehl and Kathryn Barger regarding Southern California Edison's "Public Safety Power Shutoff" plan: 

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Topanga Meeting to Discuss Changes to Santa Monica Mountains North Area Plan

Screen Shot 2019 03 08 at 4.35.18 PMJoin the Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning to Discuss Updates to the Santa Monica Mountains North Area Plan - April 3

The LA County Department of Regional Planning is currently working to update the Santa Monica Mountains North Area Plan. The SMMNAP is a component of the General Plan that provides more focused policy for the regulation of development within the North Area to ensure that land use regulations and environmental protections are applied consistently and effectively. The SMMNAP seeks to provide protections to the area's native wild animals, including mountain lions, and the natural habitats they enjoy.

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