DATE: November 26, 2018

WOOLSEY FIRE FILM PERMIT UPDATE
Due to continued clean-up and repair work along Pacific Coast Highway, permits for filming on PCH are not being issued for this week. 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, and State Parks is now accepting applications for filming at:
 
  • Adamson House
  • Countyline State Beach
  • Mugu State Beach
  • Sycamore Cove State Beach
  • Tapia State Park
  • Will Rogers State Historic Park

Applications for filming at the following State parks and beaches will not be accepted until further notice:
 
  • Leo Carrillo State Park
  • Malibu Creek State Park
  • Malibu Pier
  • Paradise Cove
  • Point Dume Bluffs State Park
  • Point Dume State Beach
  • Robert Meyer Memorial State Beach (El Matador, El Pescador and La Piedra)
 
NOTES:
  • Check with FilmL.A. for updates on the beaches within their jurisdiction. They include: Surfrider Beach, Dan Blocker, Westward, Will Rogers State Beach, Zuma and Nicholas Canyon.
  • Los Angeles State Historic Park and Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook are available for filming.
 
For information on the availability of any of the State beaches and parks open for filming, contact Film Permit Coordinator Melony Light at: Melony.Light@parks.ca.gov.  
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