The City of Los Angeles' Emergency Management Department has five divisions comprised of administrative staff and specialists that work with City departments, municipalities and an array of community-based organizations to ensure that the City and its residents have the resources and information they need to prepare, respond and recover from emergencies, disasters and significant events.
For more information about the department including a wide array of news and tips on how to prepare and/or recover from an emergency please visit http://emergency.lacity.org/
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Call 9-1-1 when there is a life-threatening emergency that requires the immediate response of emergency services such as police, fire or paramedic.
|Road closures (Cal Trans)||800-427-7623|
|American Red Cross public information||213-739-5200|
|Storm damage/mud slide reports||888-524-2845|
|Sewer/storm drain problems||800-773-2489|
|Trees down/debris removal & related problems||800-996-2489|
For information about emergency preparedness programs in the City of Los Angeles, contact:
Emergency Management Department
200 North Spring Street, Room 1533
Los Angeles, California 90012
Phone: 213-484-4800 Fax: 213-978-0517