DATE: December 18, 2018

Due to continued clean-up and repair work along Pacific Coast Highway, permits for filming on PCH are not being issued at this time. Check with Charles (Chuck) Keeling at the Caltrans District 7 office for updates at: 213-897-4647.
The City of Malibu is allowing filming south(east) of Malibu Canyon Road .

State Parks has issued the following update:
Point Dume Natural Preserve and Beach and Leo Carrillo Beaches have reopened.  With the exception of the campground, all areas at Malibu Creek State Park have also reopened.

Reopened Areas:

Adamson House

Leo Carrillo SP
  • Countyline Beach
  • Staircase
  • Beach Areas
Malibu Creek SP
  • Day-Use Areas
  • Backcountry
Malibu Lagoon SB

Point Dume Natural Preserve & Beach

Point Mugu SP

RH Meyers Memorial Beaches
  • El Matador
  • La Piedra
  • El Pescador 
Closed Areas:
Leo Carrillo SP
  • Campground
  • Backcountry Trails/Roads
  • Day-Use Areas
Malibu Creek SP
  • Campground
  • Check with FilmL.A. for updates on the beaches within their jurisdiction. They include: Pt. Dume State Beach, Paradise Cove, Surfrider Beach, Dan Blocker, Westward, Will Rogers State Beach, Zuma and Nicholas Canyon.
For information on the availability of any of the State beaches and parks open for filming, contact Film Permit Coordinator Melony Light at: (818-880-0358)  


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