Two facilities heavily used by UCLA students and intercollegiate athletic teams have reopened following completion of flood-damage repairs.
July 2014 flooding
The UCLA Foundation is providing funds to people whose vehicles were destroyed or seriously damaged in the flooding caused by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power water main break July 29.
UCLA has made emergency assistance and interest-free loans available to people whose vehicles were destroyed or seriously damaged in the flooding caused by the recent water main break.
UCLA Transportation reopened about 500 spaces in Parking Structure 4 to a limited number of permit holders today.
Parking structures have been declared safe for repairs. The damaged floor of Pauley Pavilion has been removed. Crews are working around the clock.
Despite coming face-to-face with their soaked cars for the first time, owners were calm and thankful for the assistance provided Tuesday by UCLA and insurance carriers.
Those vehicles with the most serious water intrusion — approximately 340 — have been relocated to the vicinity of Jackie Robinson Stadium on the West Los Angeles campus of the Department of Veterans Affairs. Sunset Boulevard has reopened.
About 300 vehicles that were in lower levels of flooded structures remain to be cleared for removal. Owners should await email instructions.
UCLA's chancellor acknowledges the UCLA family for coming together in the face of the challenges created by Tuesday's water main break.
The floor suffered water damage in the flooding that followed a major water main break under Sunset Boulevard just off campus on July 29.
First 267 cars affected by Tuesday's water main break are being moved to Lot 36 in Westwood Village.
As crews continue cleaning up from Tuesday’s water main break, Block thanks everyone for their patience, hard work, and generous assistance to their colleagues and strangers.
The latest information about UCLA following the July 29 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power water main break and campus flooding.
UCLA staff and students chip in to protect buildings, assist those stranded without cars and ease inconveniences for everyone in response to a water main break on Sunset Boulevard.
Campus crews and contractors worked throughout the night to remove water from UCLA buildings and clear debris. Officials pledge that Pauley Pavilion will be ready for basketball season.
UCLA’s chancellor issued an announcement to the campus following a burst water main near campus Tuesday afternoon.
Eight to 10 million gallons of water flowed across campus from the afternoon rupture that closed busy Sunset Boulevard near campus.