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Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our 90,000 sq. ft. facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers are unrivaled in the industry.

While the rental side of our business is regional, with branches throughout the Southwest, our container sales and modification operations are nationwide and becoming global. Willowbrook, CA, offers a wide selection of portable offices and mobile storage containers you can rent, buy or modify.

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When you choose mobile storage containers over traditional storage facilities, you get more space for less, plus the convenience of onsite, 24/7 access to your valuables. And if you can't keep a container at your location, we offer you the flexibility to store it at our place instead. Rest assured, our high-quality storage containers will keep your items safe from weather, pests and break-ins. When you need to rent, buy or modify mobile storage containers in Willowbrook, CA, look no further than Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Our ground-mounted mobile offices provide comfortable, temperature-controlled workspace without the extra expenses associated with portable office trailers, like stairs, metal skirting or setup and removal fees. Whether you only need one workspace, storage to go with it, or separate rooms in one container, we've got you covered. With our 500 years of combined container fabrication experience, rest easy knowing your mobile office is of the highest quality craftsmanship when you choose Southwest Mobile Storage.

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How Willowbrook and West Rancho Dominguez Shaped This Plan

Step by Step Los Angeles County: Pedestrian Plans for Unincorporated Communities is a master plan for pedestrian safety in Los Angeles County that will include a Community Pedestrian Plan for Willowbrook/West Rancho Dominguez.A pedestrian plan is a study of where our streets and sidewalks could be better places to walk; and includes projects that the County could implement like high-visibility crosswalks, signals, lighting, and parkway trees to encourage safe walking and rolling in your community.On December 12, 2023, the Los A...

Step by Step Los Angeles County: Pedestrian Plans for Unincorporated Communities is a master plan for pedestrian safety in Los Angeles County that will include a Community Pedestrian Plan for Willowbrook/West Rancho Dominguez.

A pedestrian plan is a study of where our streets and sidewalks could be better places to walk; and includes projects that the County could implement like high-visibility crosswalks, signals, lighting, and parkway trees to encourage safe walking and rolling in your community.

On December 12, 2023, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to adopt the Willowbrook/West Rancho Dominguez Community Pedestrian Plan.

Hard copies of the plan are available at the following County libraries in Willowbrook and West Rancho Dominguez:

AC Bilbrew Library - 150 E. El Segundo Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90061

Willowbrook Library - 11737 Wilmington Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90059

Read the plan here: StepbyStep_Chapter_14_Willowbrook_West_Rancho_Dominguez_Draft_Community_Pedestrian_Plan.pdf

In collaboration with the Department of Public Health and the Department of Public Works, Los Angeles Walks led outreach efforts in two phases, before and after the draft Plan was released in October 2022. The first phase of outreach helped the project team understand barriers and opportunities for walking in Willowbrook/West Rancho Dominguez. Efforts included attending existing meetings held by community organizations, schools, and neighborhood groups; tabling at community events; convening focus groups; stakeholder interviews; surveys; community workshops; and community data collection activities.

Stakeholders were also encouraged to complete a survey on their current walking habits, concerns, and desired projects. The project team collected a total of 86 surveys, which were available in English and Spanish.

Respondents identified the top three areas of concerns as:

Check out this StoryMap to learn more about the experience of walking in Willowbrook and West Rancho Dominguez.

Willowbrook/West Rancho Dominguez by the numbers

The Community Pedestrian Plan will help the County address corridors that have concentrations of collisions, identified in red on the map.

These corridors were identified as having had 3 or more fatal or severe injury collisions within a half mile segment between 2013-2017.

They are are the focus of the County’s Vision Zero traffic safety initiative, which aims to eliminate fatal injury traffic collisions on County roadways by 2035.

They are also part of the 3.8% of County maintained roadways where 50% of all fatal and severe injury collisions have occurred.

By working with community to understand concerns and opportunities for walkability enhancements the Pedestrian Plans will help the County achieve the Vision Zero goal.

How to report issues to the County

Report problems such as graffiti, potholes, illegal dumping, street light or signal issues, and more to the Department of Public Works at: http://dpw.lacounty.gov/contact/.

Go mobile! Report problems while walking in your community. Download Los Angeles County The Works app to your phone! http://dpw.lacounty.gov/theworks/

Find Public Works projects in your community Los Angeles County Public Works is the agency responsible for road projects in unincorporated areas, including safety enhancements for walking. Their website includes a map of planned, in-progress, and completed transportation and water projects, often with project fact sheets and contact information. Click here to see the map: LA County Infrastructure Projects Map

How to contact your Board of Supervisors office

WILLOWBROOK | SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 2 | SUPERVISOR HOLLY MITCHELL email: hollyjmitchell@bos.lacounty.gov

Hall of Administration, room 866 500 W. Temple Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 phone: (213) 974-5555Lennox Office4343 Lennox Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90304 phone: (310) 680-8601

German Shepherd Rescued After Falling 15 Feet Down a Hole at Willowbrook Home

It was a pretty ruff day for a German shepherd that fell about 15 feet down an abandoned septic tank hole in a Willowbrook home Wednesday evening.The Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to the call at about 3:45 p.m. at a home located near 137th Street and Stanford Avenue.The 15-year-old dog named Mayahuel was rescued after about three hours of effort from firefighters.The Building and Safety Department was also called to the scene to ensure that it is structurally safe for the residents to remain in the home on...

It was a pretty ruff day for a German shepherd that fell about 15 feet down an abandoned septic tank hole in a Willowbrook home Wednesday evening.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to the call at about 3:45 p.m. at a home located near 137th Street and Stanford Avenue.

The 15-year-old dog named Mayahuel was rescued after about three hours of effort from firefighters.

The Building and Safety Department was also called to the scene to ensure that it is structurally safe for the residents to remain in the home once the rescue efforts ended

"It ended up being a septic tank it's approximately 15 to 20 feet deep," Captain Abe Serrano with the LA County Fire Department said.

The septic tank was empty and has been for many years, LA County Fire Department Captain Wade Kelsey said.

"They have to take all safety precautions because they're going into a confined space," Serrano said. "They try to do everything expeditiously but they also have to take all safety precautions."

“My father in law called me and he said that he couldn’t find her and suddenly we checked and there was a hole right there,” Alex Muñoz, the dog's owner, said.

Serrano said the home has a crawl space under the house and the homeowner tried to rescue the dog himself but realized it was too deep and unsafe.

“It was very tense moments, several hours we were waiting,” Alex Alfaro, the dog’ owner, said. “We were so nervous. I was at a loss for words”

The homeowners said they had no idea the hole was there.

"We pretty much do the rescues for animals like for humans," Serrano said.

Troy Litchfield of the LA County Urban Search and Rescue Team said he used dog treats to build trust with Mayahuel and get her to calm down so they could get her out.

"Troy is a hero, he risked his life and saved my dog," Muñoz said.

At around 6:25 p.m. the dog was safely pulled out of the hole and will be taken to a vet to be evaluated.

“I’m really really happy that she’s alive,” Munoz said. “It’s amazing that she’s alive."

At 40, the Willowbrook bloom is still on

Four decades later, Fenwick nursery thrives BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICE Pelham institution Willowbrook Nurseries celebrated its 40th anniversary on Sept. 5 with a customer appreciation day.BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICEPelham institution Willowbrook Nurseries celebrated its 40th anniversary on Sept. 5 with a customer appreciation day. In addition to welcoming the community and its many out-of-town customers, the landmark celebration was an opportunity for longtime employees to take a step back and appreciate just how...

Four decades later, Fenwick nursery thrives BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICE Pelham institution Willowbrook Nurseries celebrated its 40th anniversary on Sept. 5 with a customer appreciation day.

BY JOHN CHICK Special to the VOICE

Pelham institution Willowbrook Nurseries celebrated its 40th anniversary on Sept. 5 with a customer appreciation day. In addition to welcoming the community and its many out-of-town customers, the landmark celebration was an opportunity for longtime employees to take a step back and appreciate just how far the operation has grown—from very humble beginnings.

“I remember as a child we purchased a mobile home and put the mobile home on the property,” Chris Langendoen, son of founder and president John Langendoen told the Voice. “We lived in that for a number of years. My parents basically invested everything back into the business.”

Chris was born in March 1979—two months before John and wife Jocelyn launched Willowbrook. His parents worked other jobs concurrently at first, including operating a lawn-spray franchise. When the nursery became self-sustainable, it became their sole focus.

It’s only continued to grow since.

In the early 1980s, longtime staffers Jane Broere and Rob Bouwers came aboard.

“They started with 10 acres of rented land and now have about 200 acres,” Broere said.

“I think I was one of the first full-time employees, now we have over 200 employees, full and part-time, in season,” sales manager Bouwers added.

John Langendoen’s goal all those years back was to build a full, container-grown nursery. As a wholesaler, it has succeeded beyond his wildest dreams, with clients all over North America. That includes trips around the continent in search of planting products. John spent a chunk of this summer in Oregon.

The success hasn’t come without challenges, however.

“I remember we had an extreme windstorm where the entire roof of a polyhouse ripped off at 11 at night,” Bouwers recalled. “We knew we were going to get frost that night, there was a number of us scrambling in the dark to get the roof back on. In this industry we’re always battling nature, whether it’s too dry of a summer, or windstorms … to heavy snow where the polyhouses are crushed. But we’ve got good, dedicated employees.”

Chris added that being in the environment business comes with a commitment to that very environment.

“The business we’re in, we take pride in the fact that we support our environment … we’re a green business, we’re growing a product to help sustain our future and we do things like partner with the Canadian Wildlife Federation,” he said. “We take a lot of pride in doing that.”

Giving back is nothing new for Willowbrook. The nursery has been involved with the Town of Pelham significantly over the years, donating plantings for various renewal projects, including most recently in downtown Fenwick.

Sadly, Jocelyn Langendoen passed away in 2009. Out of that loss, Willowbrook continues to donate regularly to the Canadian Cancer Society and to Rose City Kids, a Christian charity that provides Welland children with fellowship and instruction.

“Whether it’s the Town with plantings, or the youth of Welland, a lot of employees in the past were students or young people helping to build this company,” said Chris, whose own kids now work at the nursery. “So we give back to things like the cancer society and Rose City Kids. Those are important things for us.”

The customer appreciation day last Thursday was a chance to thank the local clients who have flourished alongside Willowbrook over the last four decades.

“We’ve had a lot of customers with us since day one, they’ve watched us grow, we’ve got to watch them grow,” Chris said. “That’s something to celebrate.”

But above all, Langendoen cites his religious conviction.

“Sometimes we take a lot of credit for it, but we’re a God-fearing company and we owe all our thanks to Him for this.”

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Willowbrook residents facing 'impending doom' as more flooding expected

Willowbrook residents are facing “impending doom,” says a local politician, after the first of what are expected to be multiple flooding events plunged the rural community west of Oliver into a state of emergency."Every day that we have a cooler day we step one day closer to a rapid melt and that will just increase the stress on this whole system," said Rick Knodel, who serves as Area C alternate director on the board of the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen.He was out Tuesday helping co-ordinate s...

Willowbrook residents are facing “impending doom,” says a local politician, after the first of what are expected to be multiple flooding events plunged the rural community west of Oliver into a state of emergency.

"Every day that we have a cooler day we step one day closer to a rapid melt and that will just increase the stress on this whole system," said Rick Knodel, who serves as Area C alternate director on the board of the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen.

He was out Tuesday helping co-ordinate sandbagging efforts in the area of Kearns Creek, which is running high after water topped the Pringle Dam upstream over the weekend.

The dam owber was subsequently ordered by the B.C. government to draw down the water behind the dam with pumps, leading to the trouble downstream.

"The people are pulling together, the fire department is doing an awesome job. There's a lot of people pissed off and I don't blame them. Things should have been handled long ago,” said Knodel.

Flooding over the last two years led to discussions with various ministries, he said, over the condition of culverts and the replacement of a section of Kearns Creek taken out decades ago.

Louise Swetman a four-year resident of Willowbrook, was also out with over two dozen community members, who stepped up to help fill sandbags and prepare for more flooding.

"It's like fighting a losing battle," she said.

The flooding is a disaster for many families who won't have insurance due to previous flooding events that made it difficult to get coverage.

"It's definitely avoidable. The RDOS should have put everything in place before it happened. They've had lots of notice. This is not the first time," Swetman said.

Knodel agreed there should have been more preparation and action from provincial ministries, though a large part of the current flooding can be attributed to recent excess rainfall.

"There's a limit to how ready you can be. This is excessive runoff. It's way more than last year. It's way earlier. We're not even sure where it's coming from because the melt hasn't started yet," Knodel said, with snow still visible on the mountaintops in the distance behind him.

Those overseeing the Pringle Dam were caught off guard by how fast the water levels rose, Knodel said, adding the dam is redundant and there are talks of having it decommissioned now.

The 30-year resident of Willowbrook said he has had three new springs pop up in his yard, calling it "unheard of" in his time in the community.

"Even a slow melt is going to cause a lot of stress here and there is a lot more snow on those mountains than ever — in recent history I don't believe we have any count on snow like this," Knodel said.

The RDOS declared the local state of emergency Tuesday in order to provide additional resources in case of an evacuation.

Knodel said no residents have had to be removed from their homes as of yet.

Provincial workers are on the ground assessing the culverts and dam infrastructure.

Woman attacked by bear in Willowbrook

Conservation officers are attempting to apprehend a black bear that attacked a woman who was walking her dog in the Willowbrook area on Wednesday.A horseback rider told the Chronicle that a woman was attacked while walking her dog in Willowbrook “park” near the horse riding ring.“I was told (by a conservation officer) that the bear threw her around and bit her arm hard enough to crush it. Her dog managed to chase it away,” the Oliver resident said.Barb Leslie, inspector of conservation op...

Conservation officers are attempting to apprehend a black bear that attacked a woman who was walking her dog in the Willowbrook area on Wednesday.

A horseback rider told the Chronicle that a woman was attacked while walking her dog in Willowbrook “park” near the horse riding ring.

“I was told (by a conservation officer) that the bear threw her around and bit her arm hard enough to crush it. Her dog managed to chase it away,” the Oliver resident said.

Barb Leslie, inspector of conservation operations, confirmed that the victim was walking a dog when contact was made with a black bear. The victim suffered lacerations, bite marks and a broken arm, Leslie said.

“It doesn’t look like the bear was interested in the dog,” the inspector pointed out.

Leslie said the black bear charged the victim. “We are investigating the matter very seriously.”

One neighbour told the Chronicle that the bear attacked the woman from behind and that its cubs were observed in the area.

Leslie noted that officers have set live traps in hopes to catch the bear, however, there are several black bear family units in the area, she explained.

Leslie said the hot, dry weather is prompting bears to seek greener areas for their food source, such as huckleberry or chokecherry. Residents are advised to lock up their garbage, don’t leave dog food out, and ensure their barbecues are clean of leftover food bits.

The inspector said people who suspect that bears might be in the area should probably not go hiking there.

“When people are out walking, hiking or riding, they need to make sure they have a good line of sight and make lots of noise.”

Leslie said people really need to be aware of their surroundings. If they see a bear, they should slowly back away. If a bear confronts you, make yourself as big and loud as possible, she advised. And if worse comes to worse, put up a fight.

The inspector acknowledged that people have a strong attachment to their dogs, but she noted that many people get injured trying to rescue their pets from bears.

People are advised to stay out of the Willowbrook area in question.

By Lyonel Doherty

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