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Resident Survey of 2023 Storm Damage

Posted on 03/31/2023
Residents are encouraged to Report Storm Damage caused by the 2023 storms

In order to advocate for State/Federal disaster assistance on behalf of residents, the LA County Office of Emergency Management is conducting a survey of all County residents (including those within the City of Los Angeles) to submit information on their property damages resulting from the February and March 2023 storms.

If you were affected, please complete the online survey form at

The information collected will help County officials understand the extent of local impacts, and possibly make a case for assistance from other levels of government.

The survey is not an application for financial assistance, nor does it indicate that assistance is now or will become available.  

The City encourages Angelenos to report damages via this survey, and always contact 9-1-1 for possible life-threatening emergencies. To assist with tracking the extent of damages, call 3-1-1 for other storm-related impacts, such as mudslides and street flooding, downed power lines, or fallen trees. 

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