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Ventura County Fire Update

10/31/2019

Good Afternoon,

I am happy to report that the sun is out, and the sky is once again clear in Thousand Oaks! All remaining Evacuations in the City of Simi Valley and unincorporated areas of Moorpark were lifted according to the Health Care Coalition of Ventura County. Our residents and staff are busy celebrating Halloween festivities, and appreciate all the hard work and dedication of emergency personnel over the past few days to ensure the safety of our community! This will be the final report on the Easy-Fire of Simi Valley, and we wish everybody a safe and fun Halloween!

Sincerely,

Dmitry Estrin
Executive Director


October 31, 2019

Good Morning,

The high wind warnings remain in place until this evening, but the good news is that according to Ventura County Emergency Operations Center the surrounding areas are being repopulated, and the fires are not spreading. Due to the improved air quality in the community, we will reopen the dining room, and will reinstate the activities and indoor fitness classes scheduled for today!

Dmitry Estrin
Executive Director

Visit Ventura County Emergency Services for an additional resource on the fire updates: vcemergency.com


October 30, 2019:

Good Evening,

I want to let you know that our Firefighters are making good progress, and many of the surrounding areas are having the evacuation/advisory lifted according to Ventura County Emergency Operations Center. We are continuing to monitor the situation by communicating with local authorities, and are prepared to implement an emergency plan to ensure the safety our residents and staff if the need arises. In addition, key directors and staff will remain on site for the rest of the evening and through the night in case of any emergencies or resident requests. Please continue to monitor our Facebook page or website for additional information or call our updates lines at (805) 241-3053.

Dmitry Estrin
Executive Director
Where Residents & Employees Thrive


Dear University Village/Oakview residents, staff, families, and friends,

This message is to update you on the current state of our community, as the local emergency personnel is doing a great job fighting the fires in Ventura County! Our key directors and staff are onsite following a proactive plan to ensure the ongoing safety of our residents, as well as prepare for the next 24 hours due to the expected high wind conditions. We are in constant communication with the Health Care Coalition of Ventura County, as well as the local Fire and Emergency response teams in case of any immediate threat to our community. At this point, we do not anticipate the need to evacuate but will continue to monitor the situation and act accordingly. Please continue to follow us on social media, or call our community updates line for the most recent information at (805) 241-3053.

Visit Ventura County Emergency Services for an additional resource on the fire updates: vcemergency.com

Sincerely,

Dmitry Estrin
Executive Director
Where Residents & Employees Thrive