Fire protection services are provided by local Fire Station Number 68 through the Los Angeles County Fire Protection District. Fire Station Number 68 provides suppression, rescue and fire prevention activities on a daily basis to Hidden Hills residents and businesses. These activities include responding to structural, mobile and natural vegetation fires, rescue and emergency medical calls, special incidents and disaster response.
Fire Station 68
24130 Calabasas Road
Calabasas, CA 91302
2023 Annual Brush Clearance Inspection Program
Did you receive an Annual Brush Clearance Notice from the Los Angeles County Fire Department? According to the Fire Department, many Hidden Hills residents have recently received this notice for the first time. This is because improved technology has allowed greater accuracy to identify all properties with required brush clearance.
The Annual Brush Clearance Inspection Program is one of the best tools for residents to protect their homes in a brush fire. Creating defensible space through brush clearance, coupled with home hardening, greatly improves the chance that a house will survive a wildfire.
LA County Fire will begin 2023 Brush Clearance Inspections on May 1st in Hidden Hills. Property owner responsibilities are outlined in the Annual Brush Clearance Notice mailed by the Fire Department. Click HERE for a sample notice.
After inspection, property owners will receive a report showing either “In Compliance” or the violations that need to be corrected. Owners will have a minimum of 30 days to complete corrections. With questions, residents can call the Brush Clearance Unit at 626-969-2375. Frequently Asked Questions can be found HERE.