Updated (4/9/20 9:00 am) Information regarding the latest state, county, and local government orders & actions can be found click here.
The complete State & County "Safer At Home" Orders effective 3/20/2020 can be found click here.
COVID-19 situation updates and communication will be sent out via social media and email. If you would like to sign up for just information emails, please sign up here and click on City News (under News items) or if you want to sign up for emergency or high importance notices which will be sent via email, phone and text, please sign up here We strongly encourage you to sign up for both options.
An updated resource page has current information on local grocery stores, pharmacy access and hours, and also information for any vulnerable members of our community to get assistance. Click here for further information. Also check on local restaurants that are still open for delivery and take out, here.
Agoura Hills City Hall and the Recreation and Event Center are closed to ALL programs and the buildings are closed to the public at this time. Park restrooms & playgrounds are closed until further notice. City owned park open spaces & walkways remain open.
When an emergency or natural disaster strikes, the City of Agoura Hills is prepared to act. Following a disaster such as an earthquake or large regional fire, the Agoura Hills staff is trained and prepared to operate an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in collaboration with Los Angeles County public safety personnel. The EOC serves as the main “hub” for information and to request and disseminate resources as needed. The EOC is operated by trained City staff and follows the procedures as laid out in the National Incident Management System (NIMS) that has been adopted by almost all public agencies throughout the United States. The State of California also provides emergency services assistance in the case of large scale disasters. More information can be found at www.caloes.ca.gov (California Office of Emergency Services) or follow them on Twitter for update @Cal OES
A group of local citizens have graciously volunteered their time to be trained and prepared to assist the community following a natural or man made disaster. Volunteers have completed the CERT (www.ahcert.org) training program and meet on a regular basis to find new ways to prepare and equip the Agoura Hills community for the next disaster.