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
- 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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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
- Route 33 is closed in both direction from Fairview Road/La Luna Avenue in Ojai to Lockwood Valley Road in Los Padres National Forest.