WESTLAKE VILLAGE (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. is repopulating parts of Agoura Hills and Westlake Village for residents affected by the Woolsey Fire.

The department made the announcement Sunday evening for the L.A. County-side of the communities located north of the 101 Freeway.

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The northbound lanes of the 101 were opened from Valley Circle Blvd. at approximately 9:20 p.m., with the off-ramps at Chesebro Road, Kanan Road, Reyes Adobe Road, and Lindero Canyon also re-opening.

All lanes of southbound 101 were opened from Reyes Adobe Rd. to Valley Circle at approximately 10:20 p.m. All off-ramps from Liberty Canyon Rd. to Valley Circle were expected to remain closed until further notice.

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“No access will be available to neighborhoods south of the 101 Freeway,” officials stated.

L.A. County Public Works has closed Chesebro Rd. at the bridge located between Driver Ave. and Balkins St. due to the bridge being damaged during the fire.

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The LASD stated it will have a “strong presence in the repopulated and evacuated areas for the next several days to ensure the protection of our residents and their property.”

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All other road closures and evacuated areas remained in effect at the time of this report.