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University Village Thousand Oaks – Fire Updates

11/12/2018 : 10:45am

It’s a beautiful, sunny, and windy day at University Village.  All previously evacuated areas of Thousand Oaks have been cleared for repopulation.  University Village is at least 5 miles from the remaining, mandatory evacuation areas of Ventura County.  If you would like current information regarding the fire, road closures, evacuation areas, etc. you make go to the Ventura County Emergency Information website: www.vcemergency.com

Weather conditions this morning are clear, sunny, and windy.  According to the National Weather Service, wind speeds today will be 20 to 25 miles per hour out of the northeast.  A wind advisory and red flag warning are still in effect through Tuesday.

All services have been restored and the threat of fires in Thousand Oaks appears to have past.  We are looking forward to another great week of “business as usual” at University Village Thousand Oaks!

This concludes our fire related updates.  We look forward to resuming more “fun” posts about the great things our residents and staff are doing here at University Village.

 

11/11/2018 : 10:00pm

Good evening University Village residents and families.

University Village continues to be well outside the evacuation perimeters for the Woolsey and Hill fires.  If you would like current information regarding the fire, road closures, etc. you make go to the Ventura County Emergency Information website:  www.vcemergency.com

Weather conditions this evening have improved.  According to the National Weather Service, wind speeds at this time are about 15 miles per hour coming out of the northeast.  A wind advisory and red flag warning are still in effect through Tuesday.

All services have been restored and the threat of fires in our immediate area appears to have past.  We are looking forward to another great week of “business as usual” at University Village Thousand Oaks!

We will provide updates by means of this notification system if conditions change.

 

11/11/2018 : 4:15pm

Good evening University Village residents and families.

There have been no changes in evacuation areas in our portion of the Thousand Oaks and several area neighborhoods that had been evacuated are now being repopulated.  University Village continues to be well outside the evacuation perimeters for the Woolsey and Hill fires.

If you would like the current information regarding the fire, road closures, etc. you make go to the Ventura County Emergency Information website:  www.vcemergency.com

Weather conditions today have remained sunny and windy.  According to the National Weather Service, wind speeds are about 20 miles per hour coming out of the northeast.  This is not in the direction of University Village.  A wind advisory and red flag warning are in effect through Tuesday.

All departments are staffed and normal dining services resumed.

We will provide updates by means of this notification system if conditions change.

 

11/11/2018 : 11:35am

Good afternoon University Village residents and families.

There were no changes overnight to the evacuation areas in our portion of the Thousand Oaks.  University Village continues to be well outside the evacuation perimeters for the Woolsey and Hill fires.

If you would like the current information regarding the fire, road closures, etc. you make go to the Ventura County Emergency Information website:  www.vcemergency.com

Weather conditions have changed overnight.  According to the National Weather Service, wind speeds are at about 30 miles per hour coming out of the northeast.  This is not in the direction of University Village.  A wind advisory and red flag warning are in effect through Tuesday.

I am pleased to report that all departments are staffed and we have resumed our normal dining services including our Sunday Brunch.

We will provide updates by means of this notification system if conditions change.

 

11/10/2018 : 8:15pm

We are happy to announce that all community internet, TV and phones are now operational. There have been no changes to fire conditions or evacuation areas. We will continue to monitor conditions throughout the night and provide updates as necessary.

 

11/10/2018 : 5:30pm

Good evening. There have been no changes to evacuation areas in our part of Thousand Oaks. UVTO is not in an evacuation zone. Fire fighters have worked today on establishing perimeter control of the Woolsey fire. Fire crews will be working all night to create fire barriers.

Our cable TV, internet, and telephone providers have all suffered equipment damage as a result of the fires. These services cannot be repaired until the fire authorities determine it is safe and give their service crews access.

The emergency phone number for our Safety Kiosk is 805.241.5901

Current information on fires, evacuation zones, and road closures can be found at www.vcemergency.com

 

11/10/2018 : 12:00pm

Fire Situation Update:

It’s a bright, sunny Saturday at UVTO. Winds are calm and the air quality is fairly good. There have been no changes to evacuation areas in our part of Thousand Oaks.

However, our cable TV, internet, and telephone providers have all suffered equipment damage as a result of the fires. These services cannot be repaired until the fire authorities determine it is safe and give their service crews access.  (Smart phones and tablets are proving to be wonderful devices!)

  • The emergency phone number for our Safety Kiosk is 805.241.5901
  • Current information on fires, evacuation zones, and road closures can be found at www.vcemergency.com
  • Current news and information can also be heard on KNX 1070 AM or KNX1070.radio.com

 

11/9/2018

There are two fires burning in Ventura County at this time; the Hill fire and the Wollsey fire. The Wollsey fire is the one that we are tracking most closely. It is currently several miles to the east of our community and does not appear to be moving in our direction. UVTO is not under any type of evacuation order at this time. We will update you should conditions change.