Post Tagged with: "LAFD"

LAFD works a fire at 16192 W Sunset Blvd. on Jan. 18, 2018.

LAFD Quickly Extinguishes Pacific Palisades Structure Fire (Video)

By Sue Pascoe Editor “Help! Fire!” were the words that woke Will Saunders around 5:30 a.m. on January 18.
Two cats with differing IQs were rescued from a tree by a specialized animal rescue team. Gunnar here taught himself to use the toilet.

Two Rescued Pacific Palisades Cats Have Different Stories

Jeaneen and Mika Fabbro, who live in Tahitian Terrace overlooking the ocean, have two cats of far differing IQ’s. Five
Christmas tree recycling options in LA. Credit:

Christmas Tree Recycling Options Available for Pacific Palisades

Homeowners are reminded that they can recycle Christmas trees by taking off all the ornaments, decorations (including ti
Smoke over Pacific Palisades on Dec. 6, 2017 from the Skirball fire.

Viewpoint – Responding to Fires: The Good and the Ugly

By Sue Pascoe Editor As wildfires raged this month in the Ventura area, San Diego County, the San Fernando Valley and in
Station 69 Firefighter Jeff Escalante works on one structure affected by the Thomas Fire.

LAFD Station 69 Responds to Major Fires

Photos courtesy of Captain Thomas Kitahata According to Cal Fire, the Thomas Fire, which started on December 4 in Ventur
(Left to right) The co-owners of Il Piccolo Ritrovo are Shahrooz (finances) and Minoo (marketing) Rostami and Deva (general manager) and Ivan (chef) Kodeh.

Palisades BID Hosts Luncheon at Ritrovo (Video)

The Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID), which has been responsible for sidewalk washing in the Villag
LAFD battles two-story blaze at a home in Mandeville Canyon on Dec. 8, 2017. Credit: Palisades Patrol

LAFD Extinguishes Mandeville Canyon House Fire

The Los Angeles Fire Department battled and extinguished a two-story house fire on Friday night, Dec. 8. No injuries wer
Smoke from the Skirball Fire hovers into Pacific Palisades on Dec. 6, 2017.

Extreme Fire Danger Predicted for Palisades Area

Winds, which could reach 80 miles per hour, pose an extreme fire threat in the Pacific Palisades area through Thursday n

Pacific Palisades Public Schools Closed Due to Fire Danger

Local schools that will be closed December 7 and 8 because of the high-fire danger and poor air quality include Canyon,