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Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government (TPCG)
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Terrebonne Levee & Conservation District (TLCD)
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Helpful Numbers:
TOHSEP - (985) 873-6357
TPSO - (985) 876-2500
HPD - (985) 873-6306

Power outages:
City of Houma - (985) 873-6750
Entergy - (800) 9OUTAGE
SLECA - (800) 256-8826


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News Releases

Free Fuel TODAY in Chauvin, Wednesday, September 8, 2021, Thanks to CHEVRON
Posted by OHSEP on 09/08/2021
Today at noon, residents of Terrebonne Parish can gas up at St. Joseph's Catholic Church located at 5236 Highway 56 in Chauvin, LA.   This donation comes from Chevron,Thank you... [Read More]

Entergy 8AM Update / Terrebonne Parish / September 8, 2021
Posted by OHSEP on 09/08/2021
Below is the 8am update for Terrebonne Parish for 9/8: Safety Reminder: We have been without power for around 10 days now. People may have become complacent with power lines that are down, assuming they are not energized. As we begin the process... [Read More]

City of Houma Electric and Gas Update / End of Day / September 7, 2021
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
ELECTRIC Damage assessments have reported a total of: Broken poles = 275 Leaning/down poles = 758 Damaged primary/secondary wire = 1,238 Damaged transformers = 148 Damaged crossarms = 454 Damaged insulators = 1,247 Damaged... [Read More]

Entire Parish of Terrebonne is Still Under a Boil Water Order Until Further Notice
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
As of today, September 7, 2021, approximately 80%-85% of our customers have water service. The water pressure may not be at 100% due to numerous leaks in the system, but there is water.   The attached map indicates what areas SHOULD have... [Read More]

Residential Solid Waste and Debris Pick-up Update / September 7, 2021
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
Pelican Waste is expected to complete its first pass of residential garbage pick-up for the entire parish by Friday, September 10, 2021.   Beginning Friday, and running on Saturday and Sunday, Pelican will have 20 trucks on the road to... [Read More]

Entergy 5PM Update / Terrebonne Parish / September 7, 2021
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
Work Progress:   At approximately 3:25pm today, we were able to energize a line out of the Terrebonne Substation that feeds from the intersection of Coteau Rd & W. Park up to Waterplant Rd. in Gray, LA. The line energized was the... [Read More]

Terrebonne Parish Animal Shelter Information / September 7, 2021
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
For all animal related emergencies in Terrebonne Parish, call our Animal Shelter Dispatch phone (985) 790-3254 (8 AM - 5 PM). After hours, please call TPSO at (985) 876-2500. For animal related emergencies in Lafourche Parish call... [Read More]

Additional Business Openings / September 7, 2021 / 1:45PM
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
We are currently updating our full list of business openings, but here are few more: All Terrebonne Parish Synergy bank locations are open via drive though. Lobby service is appointment only. Morrison- Terrebonne Lumber is open. Bayou... [Read More]

TCU Food Bank Line Used for FEMA Storm Damage Assistance, Not for Food Distribution
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
TCU food bank is no longer distributing food directly to those in need. They are providing food boxes to key locations around the parish.   Our distribution line is being used by FEMA for storm damage assistance.  The line around... [Read More]

** New Gas Station Openings ** in Terrebonne Parish / September 7, 2021
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
New Gas Station Openings: Exxon - 182 Bayou Black Exxon - Lafayette /... [Read More]

Pool Safety Reminder: Create Temporary Barrier to Secure Pool Area if Fence Damaged by Storm
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
Pool owners: Please be mindful about pool safety.   Many children are home and parents are overwhelmed. Most pool owners have had fence damage. If at all possible, creating a temporary barrier to secure your pool area is a great... [Read More]

Entergy Graphics Explain Pole Replacements
Posted by OHSEP on 09/07/2021
Entergy Louisiana says, "Under normal circumstances, a standard residential neighborhood distribution pole can be replaced in two to three hours if it’s located on the side of a road, or four to six hours if it’s in a more restricted... [Read More]

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