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Welcome to T-CEP, the Topanga Coalition for Emergency Preparedness.
The Topanga Coalition for Emergency Preparedness (T-CEP) is a nonprofit, volunteer organization whose purpose is to help the Topanga community prepare for and cope with disasters such as wildfires, floods, and earthquakes.

FIRE DANGER LEVEL
current fire danger
Topanga/Malibu Fire Danger Level for Friday, August 1, 2014
LA County Fire Department Fire Danger Analysis


WEATHER ADVISORY - IN EFFECT
Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service

Are you prepared for the BIG ONE?
This checklist can help you assemble an emergency supplies kit.


Find Your Public Safe Refuge (PSR) or
Temporary Refuge Area (TRA)

arrow PSR & TRA list   PSR & TRA details

Topanga Tactical Zone Map
Can't Find Your Tactical Zone or Assigned FRS Channel?
TOPANGA STREETS, TACTICAL ZONES, & ASSIGNED FRS CHANNELS



T-CEP Emergency
Notification System ("TENS")
Volunteer Registration Form

This is for Topanga Neighborhood Network Coordinators and Captains Only
If you would like to become a Coordinator or Captain, please email nn@t-cep.org

For general T-CEP volunteers,
please click the orange Volunteer button.
Thank you.

L.A. Alert Sign Up
Register your cell phone number,
Voice over IP phone number,
and e-mail address with the
Alert LA County Emergency
Mass Notification System
.


Red Cross
Red Cross Safe and Well
When Affected, Get Connected

Communicate with loved ones
after a disaster.
Register online or call 800-733-2767.



Please note T-CEP does not post daily traffic information or accidents.
It is our mission to focus on natural disasters.
For Road information call 800.427.7623 or visit
CalTrans or
CHP Traffic Incident Information Page or

see the Live Cam view of Topanga Canyon Blvd
(courtesy of Topanga Lumber)


SISTER SUSIE’S SUPER SPECIAL
SAFETY STUFF
(Emergency Sheet
)


Got Hazardous Waste?


fire, flood &
                                            earthquake preparedness pic

"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."  
-Benjamin Franklin

This was actually fire-fighting advice!*  Fires were very dangerous threat to Philadelphians, so Franklin set about trying to remedy the situation. In 1736, he organized Philadelphia's Union Fire Company, the first in the city. Those who suffered fire damage to their homes often suffered irreversible economic loss. So, in 1752, Franklin helped to found the Philadelphia Contributionship for the Insurance of Houses from Loss by Fire. Those with insurance policies were not wiped out financially. The Contributionship is still in business today and is the oldest property insurance company in the country.

Are you prepared?
Check out our emergency preparedness supply lists and more.
 

Contact T-CEP:    310-455-3000   info@t-cep.org
P.O. Box 1708    Topanga, CA 90290