Fire Services

Fire services within the City of Malibu and the unincorporated Los Angeles County areas around Malibu are provided by the County of Los Angeles Fire Department through four local fire stations:

Fire Station #70

3970 Carbon Canyon Rd

Fire Station #71

28722 Pacific Coast Hwy

Fire Station #88

23720 Malibu Rd

Fire Station #99

32550 Pacific Coast Hwy
310- 457-3706

(Phone numbers listed are business office numbers only. In an emergency, dial 911.)

Forestry Division:

The Fire Department's Forestry Division provides natural resource management services and programs, including information about brush clearance, vegetation management, and fire danger. The Division also provides guidelines and reviews landscape and irrigation plans submitted by the property owner for approval before construction or remodel.

Fire Prevention & Inspection

The Forestry Division provides vital information regarding fire prevention in and around your home. For fire prevention information or to schedule an inspection, call 818-880-0341. Visit the Forestry Division website for Plan Check guidelines, allowable plants lists and more at:

Brush Clearance

Browse through vital information from the Forestry Division on brush clearance required for fire prevention on and around your property.

Los Angeles County Fire Department Strategic Plan

"Engineering our Future" is a multi-year plan of goals, strategies, and projects to deliver the best possible public safety services. View the Los Angeles County Fire Department Strategic Plan.

Safety Preparedness

General information on safety preparedness, including winter and summer safety tips, drowning prevention, earthquake readiness, and more, can be found on the Fire Department website at


The Los Angeles County Fire Department now offers residents the opportunity to find valuable information through popular social media resources. The department has launched sites on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to share stories, photos, and videos of emergency operations and safety preparedness programs. The Fire Department website provides local communities a rich source of safety information and other resources.