I think the parade and Topanga Days, in spite of the weather, was a great success. A gigantic thank you to Curtis Caddell for supplying our “float” and to everyone who arrived bright and early Monday morning to help decorate it. Curtis rented the truck and bought the hay bales, at his expense, so Kriss Perras and Tam Taylor, our Chamber Citizen of the Year, could have a throne to sit on in the back of the truck while holding up our signs and waving regally.
Topanga Canyon Boulevard SR-27 is closed from Jalan, Jalan — the northern boundary of the Scenic Highway — to Pacific Coast Highway due to rockfall and mudslide until further notice. Michael Dipsia of Caltrans reports that the road was closed at 2:30AM when heavy rains...
A TOPANGA TOWN COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENT
Topanga Canyon will be the focus of a test of the county's free mass notification system, Alert LA County, on Tuesday, February 20, 2018.
The newly upgraded Alert LA County system has new options to send messages by phone, text, or email. Users...
Community Outreach Meeting for the Liberty Canyon Wildlife Corridor
Tuesday, September 19th • 6:30 p.m.
At the District Office of Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
26600 Agoura Rd. #100 - Calabasas
This is your opportunity to ask questions, give critical local input -- get the real answers, real information from the National Park Service, Los Angeles County,...
Wednesday, May 10 • 8:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
Presenter: Lucile Yaney
Successfully running The Inn of the Seventh Ray and Spiral Staircase for over 40 years, Lucile will touch on bringing psychology to the business environment.
$3 cold breakfast / $6 hot breakfast / $9 for...
Butterfly Walk & Talk • Saturday, April 1st
Come take a walk with butterflies in Topanga! There's a super cool program happening at Trippet Ranch and the Mountain Mermaid with butterfly expert Fred Heath. See below for more information, or click to download the flyer.
You may have heard about the prolonged closure of Highway 27 through Topanga Canyon. CalTrans is still clearing debris and making the road safe for travel. However, the closure only affects the road from Jalan Jalan Imports to PCH. So while this is inconvenient to commuters, we want to make sure you're aware that Topanga Canyon is completely accessible between Jalan Jalan and the Valley!
Hopefully, you're already taking advantage of the local shopping opportunities in Topanga. If not, please consider using our local shops for your daily needs. There's a lot to offer! For example, you can buy groceries at the Topanga Creek General Store.
No doubt you've heard about the mudslides occurring on the S-curves from the (much-needed) rain. Here's an update from Michael Comeaux, Caltrans' District 7 Public Information Officer:
Actions underway: A contractor is mobilizing to determine the best steps to remove the rocks and mud from the roadway;...