Newsom Reserves 2 FEMA Vaccination Sites For Educators Thursday, FridayGov. Gavin Newsom is reserving coronavirus vaccinations for educators in an effort to get students back onto campus as quickly as possible.
$823 Million FEMA Grant To Support Operation Of 104 Community Vaccination Sites In CaliforniaFEMA has been working with the CDC and other federal, state, tribal and territorial authorities, plus partners in the private sector to expedite COVID-19 vaccinations throughout the country.
Malibu Gets FEMA Grant For Emergency Siren System As Part Of Wildfire PreparednessThe city of Malibu will receiving federal funding to develop a proposed outdoor emergency siren system aimed at improving preparedness and response to wildfires and other disasters, officials announced Monday.
$2.6 Million FEMA Grant Will Cover Cost Of Springtime Vaccinations In Ventura CountyThe grant will cover the county’s expenses for labor, security, refrigeration, supplies, equipment and facility rental to support the distribution of more than 300,000 COVID-19 vaccines at four vaccination centers that will be open seven days a week for 90 days, through April 30.
FEMA Ranks Los Angeles County As Riskiest In The Nation; Riverside, San Bernardino Counties In Top 10With Southern California’s abundance of earthquakes, wildfires and heat waves, the entire region’s risk was deemed very high, but Los Angeles County ranked No. 1 in the country for risk.
Financial Aid Available Until Wednesday For Those Impacted By Bobcat FireResidents that were impacted by the Bobcat Fire can apply for financial relief through the Federal Emergency Management Agency until Wednesday, December 16. 
Bobcat Fire Residents Must Apply For Federal Aid By Dec. 16Residents impacted by the Bobcat Wildfire have until Dec. 16 to register for financial support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, authorities said Wednesday.
FEMA Grants LA County $6.8M To Fund Food, Shelter EmergenciesThe Federal Emergency Management Agency announced on Monday that Los Angeles County will receive more than $6.8 million to help residents with food and shelter.
Woolsey Fire Recovery Deadlines Approaching For LA County Residents Important disaster recovery deadlines are coming this week for those affected by the Woolsey Fire in Los Angeles County.
President Trump Says He Is Halting FEMA Wildfire Aid To Calif.“I have ordered FEMA to send no more money. It is a disgraceful situation in lives & money!”
Deadline To Apply For FEMA Aid Related To Woolsey Fire ExtendedResidents and businesses whose homes or property were damaged by the Woolsey Fire have until Jan. 31 to apply for aid from FEMA.