A strong El Niño is expected to bring us plenty of wet weather this winter.

You've heard the forecasts: Godzilla. Record-breaking. Too big to fail. But there's no need to get scared - we have the tools to help you get prepared.

On this site, you will find preparedness tips to help you get through anything we might face in LA - from earthquakes to El Niño - and resources to keep you safe in an emergency.

Let's get ready to weather the storm.


El Niño News

REGISTER TO HELP SHELTER HOMELESS ANGELENOS DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER

Are you interested in opening your building or facility to shelter Angelenos during cold and wet weather? The City of LA's new Temporary Shelter Registration Portal can help you get started. 

If you find yourself without adequate shelter for any reason this winter, there are resources to help you. Explore Resources for Homeless Angelenos, including emergency sheltering options and other support services. 


US ARMY CORPS of ENGINEERS AWARDS $1.3M CONTRACT FOR FLOOD BARRIERS ALONG LA RIVER

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers  is committed to providing flood protection in a timely manner for those people and their property near the Los Angeles River. For more information on noise during construction and bike path closures, visit the USACE El Niño Updates page.


 

Track El Niño alerts and weather warnings and find resources near you! The City of LA and Google have teamed up to create an El Niño Watch Map. Use the layers find sandbags, see adverse weather alerts, and more!