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City of Culver City - Office of Emergency Management
Wednesday December 6th, 2017 :: 04:16 p.m. PST


SKIRBALL FIRE: No Immediate Threats to City of Culver City

SKIRBALL FIRE: No Immediate Threat to City of Culver City.
CULVER CITY, December 6, 2017; 3:30pm - Fire in the area of the Skirball Center poses no immediate threat to the City of Culver City. However, the Culver City Fire and Police Departments are on alert and closely monitoring the situation.

Residents are urged to review their emergency preparedness plans and supplies with family members making sure that all members, including pets, are included.  If threat were imminent, extra precautions include filling vehicle tanks with fuel and parking cars facing out of the driveway.  For more emergency preparedness information go to
The City of Culver City uses an emergency notification system, Nixle, to post critical information, in addition to posting on social media, and the City website. If you live, work or go to school in Culver City, be sure to sign up to receive emergency notifications.  Go to  Or, text your zip code to 888777.
According to the South Coast Air Quality Management District, the current air quality in Culver City is “Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups” such as those with hear disease, asthma, or other respiratory disease.  Please avoid or limit any unnecessary outdoor exposure and physical exertion, such as exercise.  Regular air quality updates will be posted at and the Los Angeles Department of Public Health at
Public health updates will also be posted on Twitter @lapublichealth
For more information, please contact the City’s Fire Administration Division at 310-253-5900 or, email Christine Parra,, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator.

City of Culver City - Office of Emergency Management
9770 Culver Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232

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