Heightened Alert

UCLA CAMPUS AIR QUALITY INDEX IS CURRENTLY MODERATE (2:00pm 9/15/20)

UCLA CAMPUS CONTINUES TO ONLY BE OPEN FOR ESSENTIAL OPERATIONS

While the Bobcat fire continues to pose no immediate threat to campus, and you may continue to smell smoke, we recognize the Air Quality is currently considered MODERATE on campus. As the fire continues so too will the fluctuation of our Air Quality Index. Again we ask everyone to put safety first as UCLA closely monitors the fire, and actively coordinates with the Los Angeles Fire Department.

What you should know:

Threat to campus: No immediate threat

Air quality: Air quality at UCLA is now considered moderate, which may be unhealthy for UNUSUALLY sensitive groups. Air quality levels will continue to fluctuate, and we will update you on any significant changes.

 


COVID-19

Pursuant to public health orders, the campus is currently closed to the general public. Only people who are engaged in essential campus operations, are attending approved in-person courses, or are receiving care at UCLA hospitals and clinics are permitted. Staff working remotely are expected to do so in coordination with their supervisors until at least January 4, 2021.

UCLA officials are closely monitoring the situation and associated communications from county, state, and federal authorities. We will continue to provide information on any new developments that would impact the campus, and take action to ensure the health and safety of the Bruin community.

Updates

UCLA CAMPUS CONTINUES TO ONLY BE OPEN FOR ESSENTIAL OPERATIONS

While the Bobcat fire continues to pose no immediate threat to campus, and you may continue to smell smoke, we recognize the Air Quality is currently considered MODERATE on campus. As the fire continues so too will the fluctuation of our Air Quality Index. Again we ask everyone to put safety first as UCLA closely monitors the fire, and actively coordinates with the Los Angeles Fire Department.

What you should know:... Read full update

UCLA CAMPUS CONTINUES TO ONLY BE OPEN FOR ESSENTIAL OPERATIONS

While the Bobcat fire remains active and continues to pose no immediate threat to campus, we recognize the Air Quality currently on campus is considered unhealthy for all groups. Additionally, some members of our campus community live in evacuation areas or may be impacted by road closures. We ask everyone to put safety first. Those still performing essential functions on campus should assess their ability to safely commute... Read full update

UCLA CAMPUS CONTINUES TO ONLY BE OPEN FOR ESSENTIAL OPERATIONS

Based on currently available data, air quality is now considered MODERATE, even though you may continue to smell smoke. Air quality levels will fluctuate throughout the weekend and we will update you on significant changes.

What you should know:

Threat to campus: No immediate threat

Air quality: Air quality at UCLA is now considered moderate, which may be unhealthy for UNUSUALLY sensitive groups. For more... Read full update

UCLA CAMPUS CONTINUES TO ONLY BE OPEN FOR ESSENTIAL OPERATIONS
 

While the Bobcat fire remains active and continues to pose no immediate threat to campus, we recognize the Air Quality currently on campus is considered unhealthy for all groups. Additionally, some members of our campus community live in evacuation areas or may be impacted by road closures. We ask everyone to put safety first. Those still performing essential functions on campus should assess their ability to safely... Read full update

Water main break: Update #2

Dear Bruin Community,

Earlier this morning, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) successfully shut down the water flow to the UCLA campus from the ruptured pipe on Sunset Boulevard, thereby containing the situation. We are now initiating our clean-up plan and ask that the following areas be avoided: Sunset Boulevard between Veteran and Hilgard avenues, parking structures 4 and 7, the intramural field and Drake Stadium. We will keep you... Read full update