The City of Malibu will hold Rebuild Workshops on March 28 and 31, that will provide consultations with multiple departments and agencies that are providing assistance and resources to Malibu residents who plan to rebuild following the Woolsey Fire.
“I encourage every person whose home was lost or damaged in the fire to attend these valuable workshops so that the City and our partner agencies can help you get back on your feet and rebuild our community,” said Mayor Jefferson Wagner. “My home burned down as well, so I will be right there by your side.”
Both workshops run from 2-5:30 p.m. and are open to the public. The first workshop on Thursday, March 28, is intended for design and development professionals who are assisting residents through the rebuild process. The second workshop on Sunday, March 31, is intended for property owners.
A Rebuild Presentation from 2-3:30 p.m., is followed by Open Counter Hours, 3:30–5:30 p.m. on both days.
Representatives from City departments of Planning, Building Safety, Geology, Biology, Public Works, and Environmental Health, as well as other outside agencies, including the L.A. County Fire Department, Waterworks District 29, and Southern California Edison will be participating.
Each workshop will consist of brief updates from each department and a Q&A session, followed by Open Counter hours staffed by each department or agency for one-on-one project-specific questions and guidance. No appointments are necessary.
Immediately following each workshop, the City Hall will host scheduled Open Counter hours so that attendees can work with staff to move their rebuilding process forward.
Malibu City Hall is located at 23825 Stuart Ranch Road, Malibu CA 90265.