Storm Damage Recovery Updates


Severe weather that hit Southern California on Friday, February 18th was the worst the region has seen in recent memory. The City of Los Angeles is responding to widespread reports of flooding, fallen trees, downed powerlines causing power outages, and other damage. Over 1000 reports and requests for service came into the City's 311 system.

DOWNED TREES

Public Works crews are responding to hundreds of reports of downed trees. Thank you for your patience as they work as quickly and safely as possible to clean up after the storm.

STUDIO CITY SINKHOLE

UPDATE - FEBRUARY 23, 2017

Repair work has continued round the clock on the sinkhole at Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Woodbridge Street. The sinkhole is stabilized and while it is open, the City will rehabilitate the sewer under Laurel Canyon, as the sewer is being bypassed to minimize any similar incidents and future inconvenience for the community.

Once the sewer is rehabilitated and renewed, the sinkhole will be repaired and closed. Crews will be working extended hours until the repair is complete, which is expected to take several weeks.

One lane of traffic in both directions on Laurel Canyon Boulevard will continue to be open during repairs, although intermittent closures may occur to support construction activity. Woodbridge Street remains closed on both sides of Laurel Canyon. Expect delays in the area and use caution while traversing through the construction zone.

LADOT Traffic Officers are deployed during the roadway closures for repairs. Special Traffic Operations engineers created a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) to facilitate people and vehicle movements in the affected area.

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN 

Beginning Tuesday, February 21 at 6:00 AM, the following Traffic Management Plan will be in effect: 

Traffic Management Plan (PDF): 

PDF icon Sinkhole TMP Feb 21


LAUREL CANYON BOULEVARD MUDSLIDE

FINAL UPDATE - FEBRUARY 11, 2017

Laurel Canyon Boulevard has fully re-opened in both directions after a mudslide closed the road.

K-rails remain in place along some area hillsides to catch additional sloughing of debris.

Thank you for your patience during the road restoration and re-opening process.

For information on road conditions throughout the City of Los Angeles, visit http://trafficinfo.lacity.org/


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