Residents are encouraged to remain vigilant and report any damage or safety issues from the impact of Tropical Storm Hilary
PALMDALE, CA – In response to incidents of damage due to the recent storm, the City of Palmdale is committed to supporting our residents and ensuring their safety and well-being. Palmdale’s maintenance staff are currently working to investigate and clear up damage caused by Tropical Storm Hilary in our public rights-of-way, parks, detention basins, and green spaces. We understand that concerns and uncertainties may arise during such times, and we want to provide the necessary resources and assistance to our community members.
Residents are encouraged to report any damage caused by recent weather-related incidents to their insurance company unless it is directly related to city property or right-of-way. If you suspect damage that could impact life safety or structural integrity, we urge you to contact your local Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD) station immediately; search the nearest station at https://locator.lacounty.gov/fire. Trained personnel from LACoFD will be dispatched to evaluate the situation and take appropriate measures to ensure public safety. If needed, they will forward calls to the relevant departments such as Building and Safety, Housing, and Economic Development.
Housing/Building and Safety Contact Information:
If you have questions or concerns about housing, please call the Housing division at 661/267-5126. For issues related to structural integrity and safety that are not life-threatening, contact our Building and Safety team at 661/267-5353.
Reporting Public Works Issues:
To report maintenance issues in the public right-of-way, please contact Palmdale’s Public Works department by calling 661/267-5338 or our website at www.cityofpalmdaleca.gov/Report and select the Maintenance Issues button. Both options are available 24/7.
We are committed to assisting our community members during this time of need and ensuring that all concerns are addressed promptly and effectively. Your safety and well-being remain our top priorities, and we are dedicated to working together to overcome these weather-related challenges.
For further information and updates, please visit our official website at https://www.cityofpalmdaleca.gov/ or contact our Public Information Office at 661/267-5115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.