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Red Flag Warning – October 22-25, 2017

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The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag warning extending from Santa Barbara County to the border of Mexico. The warning includes most coastal areas in Southern California including Malibu beginning on Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 6:00 AM through Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 6:00 PM. The alert was issued due to gusty northeast winds and low relative humidity.

Red Flag warnings issued by the National Weather Service identify time periods when conditions are ideal for wildfires. During Red Flag warnings it is especially important to:

  • Report any signs of smoke immediately to emergency responders. If on the Malibu campus call Public Safety at 310.506.4441. At all other locations report smoke by calling 911.
  • Note there is no smoking on the Malibu Campus during red flag warnings.
  • Minimize any use of open flame in outdoor settings.

Pepperdine Public Safety is monitoring the situation and is prepared to respond to potential wildfires. Additional information regarding Red Flag warnings and Pepperdine’s wildfire response plans is available on the University’s Emergency Information Page and in the Emergency Preparedness Guide found in WaveNet beginning on page 15.

Red Flag Warning – October 13-15, 2017

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A Red Flag Warning was issued for the Santa Monica Mountains beginning at 3:00 AM on Friday, October 13, 2017 and continuing through Sunday October 15, 2017 at 6:00 PM for gusty northeast winds and very low relative humidity.

Red Flag warnings identify time periods when conditions are ideal for wildfires: gusty winds, low relative humidity, and low fuel moisture levels. During Red Flag warnings it is especially important to:

  • Report any signs of smoke immediately to emergency responders. If on the Malibu campus, call Public Safety at (310) 506-4441. At all other locations, report smoke by calling 911.
  • Smoke only in approved locations.  Use caution when disposing of cigarettes and ensure that they are completely extinguished.
  • Minimize any use of open flame in outdoor settings.

Pepperdine Public Safety is monitoring the situation and is prepared to respond to potential wildfires. Additional information regarding Red Flag warnings and Pepperdine’s wildfire response plans is available on the University’s Emergency Information Page, http://emergency.pepperdine.edu, and in the Emergency Preparedness Guide found in WaveNet beginning on page 16.

Pepperdine University Preparation for Weekend Weather

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The University Emergency Operations Committee (EOC) is monitoring weather, facility conditions, and road related activity as a result of the expected rain tonight and tomorrowPursuant to established protocol, the EOC will assess weather and road conditions as this storm moves through southern California. We encourage individuals traveling to Pepperdine campuses in southern California to check the University’s Road Conditions Hotline, (310) 506-ROAD (7623), regarding road closures.

Classes Cancelled at Encino Campus Today

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Classes are canceled at Pepperdine University’s Encino campus for the remainder of the day and evening, Tuesday, March 3, 2015, due to a investigation of a suspicious package in the parking structure. LAPD and other appropriate resources are on scene and investigating at this time. For questions related to this information please contact the GSBM or GSEP program offices.