6/27/14 - Community
Alert: A major 20-inch water line serving La Habra Heights
has ruptured beneath Hacienda Road, between East and West Road. The
road is currently closed. Residents can get up-to-the minute
information and view local detour map via the FireWatch Twitter
Or by visiting the Water
District's website at: www.LHHCWD.com
Please conserve water during this emergency.
Interactive Map: Locate Fault lines near your home by clicking here.
USGS database shows that there is a 96.96% chance of a major
earthquake within 31 miles of Los Angeles, CA within the next 50
years. The largest earthquake within 30 miles of Los Angeles, CA was a
6.7 Magnitude in 1994.
Are you a recent victim of Mail Theft (November 2013 to present) or
suspect Identity theft as a result? Have you observed
suspicious activity near a mailbox?
You are urged to file a report with the United States Postal
Enforcement Service at: (877)
876-2455 or online at: USPIS.
Wish to remain anonymous? Call George at the FireWatch
The La Habra Heights FireWatch has created a task force to catch the
thieves but they need your help and tips!
of $1 for Buttons & $5 for Mugs (limited edition)
to our established La Habra Heights Fire Watch domain name of
We have also obtained internet domain
both can be used interchangeably.
Los Angeles County Fire Department takes every precaution to help
protect you and your property from wildfire. In the event of a
major wildfire, however, there will simply not be enough fire
engines or firefighters to defend every home in the early stages of
the incident. This reality requires you to take personal
responsibility for protecting yourself, your family, and your
property…That’s why the most important person in protecting your
life and property is not the firefighter, but yourself.”
P. Michael Freeman
Former Los Angeles County Fire Chief
Habra Heights Fire Watch will help you get prepared and stay