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Local Resources:

Community Resource Center:
Location: 19731 Rinaldi Street, Porter Ranch, CA 91326

Tuesday - Friday hours: Open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday hours: Open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sunday - Monday hours: Closed

Services: guidance on the temporary housing process, how to file a claim, how to get free home air filtration and weather stripping to reduce odor.


Los Angeles County Department of Public Health teams will go door-to-door to conduct surveys with residents to continue evaluating community health in relation to the gas leak. Participation is voluntary, and answers will be kept private.  Public Health is working to protect the residents affected by the gas leak. Download the flyer here. 

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Air Quality Monitoring Data:

Visit the South Coast Air Quality Management District website for real-time methane monitoring data.

Regularly updated testing data from the California Department of Conservation can be found here. 

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For Parents of Students:

Starting January 11, the Los Angeles Unified School District will temporarily relocate students from Porter Ranch Community School and Castlebay Lane Charter School. To view real-time sampling results of the air quality at these sites please click here.


Students from Porter Ranch Community School will be temporarily relocated to Northridge Middle School.
Students from Castlebay Elementary School will be temporarily relocated to Sunny Brae Elementary School.


For more information LAUSD’s relocations please go here.

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For Businesses:

The Valley Economic Alliance’s (TVEA) Red Team is providing services to businesses affected by the gas leak.
To see if you are eligible for assistance please contact them at http://www.thevalley.net/contact or by calling (818) 379-7000.

SBA Disaster Loan Program:
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering low-interest federal loans for working capital to small businesses economically impacted by the Aliso Canyon gas leak.  SBA representatives will be on hand to answer questions about SBA’s disaster loan program, explain the application process and help each business owner complete their application.


SBA Business Recovery Center: 9207 Oakdale Avenue #200, Chatsworth, CA  91311

Monday - Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
(closed daily 12 pm – 1 pm)


Eligibility is based on the financial impact of the disaster only. These loans have an interest rate of 4% for small businesses and 2.65% for private nonprofit organizations with terms up to 30 years, and are restricted to small businesses without the financial ability to offset the adverse impact without hardship.

How to Apply:
Online at DisasterLoan.SBA.Gov/ELA
Forms available by phone - (800) 659-2955
Forms available by email - emailingdisastercustomerservice@sba.gov
For deaf or hard‑of‑hearing individuals - (800) 877-8339

For more disaster assistance information, or to download applications, visit SBA.Gov/Disaster. Completed applications should be mailed to: U.S. Small Business Administration, Processing and Disbursement Center.  14925 Kingsport Road Fort Worth, TX 76155.

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Local Agencies:

View the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Public Health Directive to the Southern California Gas Company.

Know the Facts -  Aliso Canyon Gas Leak Health Fac​​t Sheet​

​Fuga De Gas En Aliso Canyon - ​Hoja de Datos de Salud​​​

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​ALISO 캐년 가스 누출 건강 정보 ​자료​​​

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Info from State Agencies and Southern California Gas:

Many State Agencies have a role in oversight of the response of the natural gas leak at Aliso Canyon. For a fact sheet detailing the state oversight of the Aliso Canyon natural gas leak please click here.

State Oil & Gas Supervisor Issues Second Emergency Order to Take Action Regarding Aliso Canyon Gas Storage Facility to Ensure “no damage occurs to the environment by reason of injection and withdrawal of gas.” Click here to read the order.

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has released this document to provide a preliminary estimate of the amount of methane released since the incident began on October 23.

Aliso Canyon Nat​ural Gas Leak 1 (11-20-15, ​pdf)

Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Leak 2 (12-12-15, pdf)

Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Leak 3 (01-21-16, pdf) 

Department of ​​Conservation  (12-02-15, pdf)

The CARB has sent a letter to Southern California Gas Company noting that the CARB is coordinating activities and data sharing to measure the leak rate and estimate total emissions over the duration. The letter includes questions for SoCalGas in regards to support of ongoing efforts to quantify emissions.

CARB's Executive Officer Letter to SoCalGas (12-10-15, pdf)

Department of Conservation fact sheet about the Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Leak.

Information about the Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Leak​ (12-11-15, pdf)

Southern California Gas

Updates from Southern California Gas company will be posted here.

Air Quality Management District (AQMD) Hearing Board adopted an abatement order relating to Aliso Canyon on 1/23/16 to take specific steps to abate the natural gas leak, monitor the leaking gas, and reduce the impacts of nuisance odors on the local community.

Resources from Southern California Gas - Aliso Canyon Storage Facility

California Air Resources Board Aliso Canyon Mitigation Program Proposal-Garcetti March 2016