Southern California

What to Know: February Storm Road Closures

Evacuations, road closures and other information can be found here during Southern California's February storms

February's storms have forced evacuations and road closures in Southern California. 

Below, an updated list of evacuations, road closures and other public safety information.

Los Angeles County

Road Closures

  • Pacific Coast Highway is closed from Las  Posas Road in Ventura County to Broad Beach/Trancas Canyon Road in Malibu due to mud and flooding.
  • SR-33 is closed in both directions from Fairview Rd./La Luna Ave. (Ojai) to Lockwood Valley Rd. (Los Padres National Forest) due to storms.
  • SR-23 is closed in both directions from SR-1 (Pacific Coast Highway) to upper Mulholland Highway due to rock and mudslides.
  • SR-27 (Topanga Canyon Blvd.) was closed in both directions from SR-1 (Pacific Coast Highway) to Grand View Dr. due to a mudslide. It reopened Monday afternoon after 5 p.m. 
  • Northbound US-101 right lane is closed from State Beaches to Seacliff (Ventura County) due to mud in the lanes.
  • Residents with identification will be permitted when conditions allow.
  • Southbound SR-14 to the southbound I-5 truck lanes only are closed due to flooding.

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Orange County

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Riverside County

Evaucation Center: An evacuation center was set up at Elsinore High School, 21800 Canyon Drive in Wildomar.

Animals: Small animals are accepted at the San Jacinto Animal Campus, 581 S. Grand Ave. in San Jacinto. Call 951-358-7387 for information about large animal evacuations. 

Santa Barbara County

Road Closures

  • Route 33 is closed in both direction from Fairview Road/La Luna Avenue in Ojai to Lockwood Valley Road in Los Padres National Forest.
Mystic Oaks
El Cariso
Riverside County
Glen Eden 
Glen Ivy-A 
Glen Ivy-B 
Rice and Wit

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