Department of Public Works
Road Closure Information
Road Closure Website

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To view a detailed list of all road closures or their estimated re-opening dates, please click the button below. The estimated re-opening dates may change without notice.

If you see discrepancies between the list and the maps, please use the data from the list.

For private property damage, please contact the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) at 800-621-FEMA (TTY 800-462-7585) or by visiting their website at to make a claim and request for disaster assistance.

This website contains links to maps showing closed roads within unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County ONLY. The light green rectangles represent Thomas Guide pages. The legend below portray the road closure types.

Closed roads
Roads open to residents & emergency vehicles only
Daily closures due to construction / Permits (for specific times, please see map)
Limited-access roads (expect delays)
Planned road closures (for specific dates, please see map)
Maps are in Adobe PDF format and may take a few minutes to display for our dial-up visitors.

Other Important Links

  • Link to Los Angeles City Road Closures
  • Link to Caltrans
  • Link to USDA Forest Service - Angeles National Forest
  • Link to Storm Project Construction Update in the Topanga and Malibu Areas

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    To view a map:

  • Hover your mouse pointer over one of the rectangles in the map.
  • When the pointer arrow turns into a pointing hand, click the left mouse button.
  • When the PDF map page appears, use the zoom in option (looks like or similar to ) to zoom and pan. Use the print icon in the PDF viewer (not the one for the browser window) to print the map.

    You can also select a Thomas Guide page number below and click the GO button.
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    NOTE:  These maps are in Adobe PDF format. If you do not have Adobe PDF Reader (or are having problems viewing the PDF files), you can download the latest version free of charge by clicking the link below. For those having problems reading the PDF files, try moving the mouse pointer over a Thomas page in the map, right-click once then click the "save target as" option.

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