NBC: Los Angeles County Sheriff Robert Luna is “cautiously optimistic” that damage from Tropical Storm Hilary will be minimal.
Residual mudslides and rockslides are still a threat in California from the weekend rain, especially in the foothill communities.
L.A. Fire Department Chief Kristin Crowley: "Damage can occur in the hours and days after a storm hits, so [you] should continue to stay vigilant."
Rainfall totals from Hilary:
Some residents are waking up to downed trees in their neighborhoods. While city crews are surveying areas, residents can report them via your city's app or respective department.
A reminder from PCC officials that all college events and gatherings scheduled for Monday are also cancelled. PCC campuses will reopen and operate as scheduled on Tuesday, August 22.
To our unhoused neighbors and allies, the Union Station Homeless Services center main hotline is not working due to storm damage. You can call them at 626-944-0031 to message them with any inquiries.
While L.A. County Parks remain closed on Monday, August 21, the following sites will offer Senior Grab and Go meals. Seniors can pick up meals at the designated times:
Los Angeles County has closed Red Box Road access to the Mount Wilson Observatory until further notice due to multiple rock slides.
PPHD office (1845 N. Fair Oaks Ave.) is closed on Monday, Aug. 21. Select services are available remotely. For info call: (626) 744-6000. In-person operations will resume on Tuesday, Aug. 22.