The fire is believed to have broke out in the Hollywood Hills, reports say.
Authorities say the fire quickly burned at least one hectare when a medium to severe brush burn on it.
The fire was reported near house where a fire broke out just after 9.30pm Monday local time.
At least four helicopters launching water from the sky helped combat the fire.
Within the framework of mutual assistance, crews from the Los Angeles County Fire Department also became involved in the fighting of the blazes.
The fire eventually started to blaze toward Coyote Canyon and farther from structures, the LAFD said.
No evacuations are ongoing, and no buildings are under threat, the officials said.
Staff will stay at the area overnight to clear away possible flashareas.
A brush fire in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles has burned at least 2-acres near AVA Toluca Hills Apartments and near the famous Hollywood Sign. Multiple aircraft with @LAFDAirOps and @LACOFD are assisting with the firefight. No evacuations are in order. 📹: @NBCLA #CoyoteFire pic.twitter.com/fTYiJxFb0n
— Malik Earnest (@MalikEarnest) June 21, 2022
LAFD Alert-Update #CoyoteFire #HollywoodHills Brush Fire 3650 N Barham Bl MAP: https://t.co/y7xS3Ta8Av FS76; 72 @LAFD Firefighters by Ground and Air, joined by @LACoFD in Automatic Aid. No Imminent Structure Threat. No Evacuation. DETAILS: https://t.co/ABr4v0jZ9d
— LAFD (@LAFD) June 21, 2022