Steve Randall Brad Vanderhoof
Marilyn Williams (Community Stakeholder)
"The mission of this Committee is to interface with the Los Angeles Police Department, the Los Angeles Fire Department, hospitals and other agencies on matters relating to the safety of the Stakeholders."
This video will introduce you to the RYLAN program. RYLAN helps you and your neighbors create an emergency plan. SEE the Video HERE
Los Angeles' 5 Steps to Preparedness Plan:
Los Angeles is home to over 4 million residents. There are just under 10,000 police officers and nearly 4,000 firefighters. In the event of a large, catastrophic disaster, it could take up to 72 hours to a week before first responders can provide assistance. When you do the math, chances are you will be your first responder. That's why it's important to have a neighborhood preparedness/disaster plan for your block. The Los Angeles Emergency Management Department's 5 Steps to Preparedness Plan is a great and easy way to ensure that your friends, family, and neighbors are safe and able to survive in a major disaster.
Your West Hills Neighborhood Council has been working with neighbors and with block groups throughout our community, by building block plans so that we can ensure our community is safe for the next major disaster. Once the plan is complete, we provide block groups with a disaster kit that can aide neighbors to respond to incidents on their block during an emergency.
For more information about the program, CLICK HERE.
For All City Service Requests, please call 311 ( or Dial (213) 473-3231) or CLICK HERE
For LAPD Non-Emergency requests, please call 1-877-ASK-LAPD (or Dial (877) 275-5273) For a list of important City of Los Angeles emergency numbers, CLICK HERE
To see a map and find contact info of your LAPD Senior Lead Officer (SLO), CLICK HERE