LA County Disaster Centers for Woolsey Fire Victims Open Sat. Nov. 17


Agoura Hills – Hilton Foundation Building – 30440 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills

Malibu – Malibu Courthouse – 23519 W Civic Center Way – Malibu

Open – Sat. Nov. 17 – 1:00 – 8:00 p.m. — and — Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.  (Closed Thanksgiving Day)

Los Angeles County, in partnership with State and Federal governments (FEMA), is initiating CENTRAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE CENTERS where all those affected by the fire can apply for assistance from all branches of government – local, state, and federal — and for temporary housing, consult with building officials regarding reconstruction, and replace government-issued documents such as birth certificates and driver licenses, etc.

For more information on L.A. County Recovers: Woolsey Fire Resources please click on this link

The DACs are available to all residents impacted by the recent Woolsey Fire, and will serve as a one-stop source of disaster recovery information including:

  • Replacing records lost during the wildfire
  • Filing insurance claims
  • Applying for FEMA disaster assistance
  • Information on property cleanup, repair and rebuilding
  • Public and community resources for disaster recovery

The following is a brief list of participating Federal, State, County and City departments, agencies and non-profit organizations invited to be on-site at the DACs:


Federal Emergency Management Agency

U.S. Small Business Administration


California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services

Department of Insurance

Department of Motor Vehicle

State Board of Equalization

State Contractors License Board


Animal Care and Control

Assessor’s Office

Board of Supervisor, Third District

Chief Executive Office

Consumer and Business Affairs


Internal Services

Mental Health

Military and Veterans Affairs

Public Health

Public Library

Public Social Services

Public Works

Regional Planning


Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services


Agoura Hills



Westlake Village



211 LA County

American Red Cross

Emergency Network Los Angeles

Salvation Army

Tzu Chi Foundation

California Southern Baptist Convention