The City of West Hollywood is currently responding to the unprecedented Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and is working as quickly as possible to address community needs with links to resources, information, and relief for our residents, businesses, and community members.


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Knowing what to do in an emergency or disaster is the key to a quick response and recovery. The City of West Hollywood's Public Safety Department is dedicated to providing you with the tools you need to be better prepared.

June is National Safety Month. ... Observed annually by NSC, the nation's leading nonprofit safety advocate, National Safety Month focuses on saving lives and preventing injuries, from the workplace to anyplace. Given the current state of the world, the month will look a little different than past years. Instead of focusing on a single topic each week, we will provide real-time, relevant resources on a variety of topics for keeping workers safe in our new normal. Sign up now and we’ll notify you when materials – on pressing topics from ergonomics to mental health – are ready.

Visit NSC website for more details:

Smoke alarms and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

 “A properly installed smoke alarm is the only thing in your home that can alert you and your family to a fire 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,” says Fire Chief Daryl Osby of the Los Angeles County Fire Department. “It’s also the most effective way to reduce tragic injuries and deaths.”

Carbon monoxide detectors are required in residences, per California state law. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include severe headache, dizziness, mental confusion, nausea and fainting.  Many companies now make 2-in-1 combination smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.

Alarms that don’t work or are older than 10 years should be replaced.

Helpful Links:

  • Emergency Mass Notification System
    Los Angeles County has implemented an emergency mass notification system that will be used to contact County residents and businesses via recorded phone messages, text messages or e-mail messages in case of emergency.
  • Emergency Supply Kit 
    You can cope with a disaster by being prepared before the disaster strikes. Create an emergency supply kit!
  • Public Access AED Program
    Learn about the city's public access automated external defibrillators 
  • CERT Programs
    Learn about the Community Emergency Response Program
  • What important docs should you have in your emergency kit? The Emergency Financial First Aid Kit explains them all!
  • Download the FEMA app for disaster resources, weather alerts and safety tips.
  • Have a question regarding disaster assistance? Click here for information about individual assistance and click here for information about assistance to businesses.

 FEMA app