Offering Woolsey Fire Victims and the Malibu Community Resources and Information They Need to Rebuild Fire Safe Homes in a Fire Safe Community
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The Malibu Art of Wine Festival
Sunday, May 5th 3-7PM at Saddle Rock Ranch
Leave your fire issues behind and Join your friends and the community for an afternoon of wine and food tasting, music! Under the Oaks at Saddle rock Ranch
PURCHASE TICKET AT ArtofWineMalibu.eventbrite.com
USE CODE WORD “RECOVERY” FOR $10 DISCOUNT
Recovery Programs Upcoming and
City of Malibu &Fire Department Rebuilding Consultations – City Hall – Tuesdays & Thursdays 8AM – 12
The Fire Rebuild Counter is open every day to assist residents with any questions related to rebuilding their homes, cleaning up their property, placing temporary structures, and more. An L.A. County Fire Department official is stationed at City Hall every Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM to offer specific guidance on Fire Department requirements for rebuilding. The City has hired additional professional contract staff to support the Planning, Public Works and Building Safety Department rebuilding activities.
City of Malibu – City Council Budget Approval Discussions – Permit Fees
Ongoing discussions to determine whether or not the City will waive or reduce rebuilding permit fees. Please check Malibu Times for status or check City Council minutes.
Woolsey Fire Town Hall – Mass Tort Litigation Options
9-AM – 11AM and 12PM – 2PM
Four Seasons Westlake
Sponsored by Franz Law Group, McNichols&McNichols, BGA
Experts will be available to discuss the cause & origin of the wildfire, obtaining compensation for damages, handling the insurance company, rebuilding options, and how Southern California Edison (SCE) is allegedly at fault.
Disaster Response & Recovery Ad Hoc Committee Community Meeting
Mayor Pro Tem Karen Farrer and Councilmember Mikke Pierson, the Council’s Disaster Response and Recovery Ad Hoc Committee, host the committee’s third public community meeting at City Hall.All are welcome to attend to share stories, ideas, and insights, and ask questions with the goal of understanding the Woolsey Fire disaster and helping the community and the City be better prepared for future disasters.
Resiliency Strategies for Malibu’s Built Environment
Building Technologies and Preparing for the Future
PRESENTED BY CITY OF MALIBU, THE US RESILIENCY COUNCIL AND RESOURCE CONSERVATION DISTRICT OF THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS
Third in the Resilient Malibu Workshop Series, this event offers an opportunity to learn how to build better performing buildings in natural disasters from building design and landscape experts.
Fire Rebuilding & Homebuilding Workshop
How to Build Faster & Smarter through Prefabrication
Real estate agents, architects, contractors, all those advising wildfire victims, and anyone wishing to build a home or accessory dwelling unit (ADU) is encouraged to attend. Free and open to the public!Join us to learn how Plant Prefab’s modern approach to construction makes it possible to build any home (in any size or style) or ADU dramatically faster, less expensively, and more sustainable utilizing prefabrication. 2-2:45 Malibu Public Library
June 15 – Save The Date!
Fire/Disaster Safety Expo
Information Panels, preparation, products, SAMPLES and services to help build safer homes in a safer community. Trancas
City of Malibu / County Rebuilding Workshops Available On Line
Operation Recovery is an independent, all-volunteer community project sponsored by the Malibu Dolphin Charitable Foundation. We welcome the participation of other like-minded groups and individuals to help us meet the needs of Malibu residents affected by the Woolsey fire. For information call Karen York, 310-456-5507 ext. 117