The storm has passed and look for dry conditions and a two day warming trend Thursday and Friday. Partly to mostly cloudy but dry conditions will develop over the weekend. Monday and Tuesday will be cloudier and with a chance of rain.

Additional forecast information can be found on the National Weather Service website.


Evacuation Orders:

  • Select residents in the Norway Track area off Ventura Avenue. 

Evacuation Warnings:

  • Select residents in the area of Ojai Road at Bridge Road along Santa Paula Creek. 
  • Matilija Canyon / North Fork / Camino Cielo – Ongoing due to damage to roadway caused February 3-6

For a detailed map of all evacuation areas, please visit the Realtime Incident Dashboard.


Over the past 30 days, La Conchita received 11.52” of rain. Cumulative rainfall totals contribute to saturation and the potential for debris flow and land movement. The following historical triggers in the La Conchita area help to serve as indicators of a potential geological event:

  • 15” of rainfall within a 30-day period.
  • 8” of rainfall within a 14-day period.
  • ≥ 1” of rainfall in an hour. This threshold is not unique to La Conchita and may trigger flooding, landslides or debris flows at any location.

On February 19, 2024, a small slope failure contained within the 1995 landslide scar was observed. This failure was inspected by Ventura County Public Works staff and determined not to be a risk to the community. However, this failure does serve as a reminder that the La Conchita community remains vulnerable to hazardous geologic conditions that intensify during wet weather. Due to the complex nature of the hazards present in the Community of La Conchita, public safety personnel have no way to predict if or when a failure of the hillside may occur. Because of this, residents should not wait for local authorities to issue evacuation warnings or orders before leaving the area. For more information on La Conchita, please visit our La Conchita Information Page

Residents with disability, access or functional needs should take extra precaution in preparing to evacuate the area before conditions worsen. If you require assistance evacuating  please call the Ventura County Sheriff’s Dispatch at (805) 654-9511.

Ventura County Sheriff’s Emergency Services is collecting data on damaged property following the recent storms. This information is then shared with Cal OES and FEMA to assist with qualifying Ventura County as a disaster area. If your property suffered damage during the recent storms, please submit a damage report by clicking on the button below. 


Highway150, from Santa Paula to Ojai

  • On 2/19/2024, a slope failure occurred in the vicinity of mile marker 31.4 blocking lanes and resulting in the closure of this roadway in both directions. Crews are actively working to clear the debris and reopen the roadway. 

All Other Road Closures