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News, Media, and Editorial

As our team works to create a more resilient Los Angeles, we’ll post stories, videos, podcasts, and press information here in the MySafe:LA blog. Because we work throughout the Los Angeles region, we gain insight and experience into many different life experiences. Some of them are worth sharing. We hope you enjoy each post.

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A Safe Start to the New Year

Happy New Year from everyone at MySafe:LA. As we look towards a busy 2013, here are some thoughts on being safe during the coming year: First of all, remember that


It’s That Time Again

This Sunday marks the end of daylight savings time. Daylight Saving Time (United States) began Sunday, March 11, 2012, 2:00am, and ends Sunday, November 4, 2012, 2:00am. (Except Arizona and

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Do you Have Two Ways Out?

MySafe:LA and your Los Angeles Fire Department ask: Do you have two ways out? It sounds simple, even silly – but it’s a question you must have an answer for.

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Getting Ready to Shakeout LA!

To help people understand and prepare for “the Big One,” the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) at USC heads up a worldwide initiative called “the Great Shakeout.” MySafe:LA focuses on

Readiness Month

Readiness Month Comes to a Close

On behalf of everyone at MySafe:LA, we’d like to thank all of the schools, teachers, and students who participated in our September National Preparedness Month presentations. Knowing what to do

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Brush Fire Los Angeles

A brush fire can break out at any time in the greater Los Angeles area. The hills in LA are particularly dry this year, and the wildfire fall season is

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