Thursday August 30, 2012 06:16 pm - 944 Views - Posted By Administration
Tropical Storm Isaac PM Update
The curfew for Terrebonne Parish has been lifted.
Boil Water Advisory:
There has been a BOIL WATER ADVISORY issued for Terrebonne Parish until further notice.
Terrebonne Government Offices:
Terrebonne Parish Government Offices will be OPEN on Friday.
Terrebonne Parish public and private schools will be CLOSED on Friday.
Portions of the parish are still without power. Residents are encouraged to contact their electricity provider to report outages:
City of Houma (985) 873-6750
Normal Garbage Collection:
Garbage collection is scheduled to resume its normal route schedule on Friday.
Storm Debris Collection:
Residents are asked to place their storm debris curb side and parish contractors will pick up this debris in the coming days. Residents are also asked to separate the vegetation from the other debris and to keep the vegetation un-bagged.
Any residents that have experienced damage to their home or business are encouraged to call the Office of Emergency Preparedness at (985) 873-6357.
Other Important Contact Numbers:
Parish Sewage Department: (985) 873-6727
Consolidated Water Works: (985) 879-2495
Parish Utilities (Electricity and Gas): (985) 873-6750
LA 24 (Bourg-Larose Hwy.)
Woodlawn Ranch Road Highway 58 2400 Block of LA 665 southward 5900 Block of Shrimpers Row southward Pointe Barre Rd. LA 55 South of Humble Canal LA 315 South of floodgate Island Road Liley Porche Circle 9200 Block of LA 3011 southward 2500 Brady Rd. southward
The following parish bridges have been closed to marine traffic since at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday August 28, 2012 and will remain closed until further notice:
Bayouside Drive Bridge
Smithridge Bridge #1
Tousassant Foret Bridge (Pellegrin)
The Dulac Pontoon Bridge on Falgout Canal Rd. will remain open to marine traffic until further notice.
The parish’s public transit system, Good Earth Transit, will resume normal operations on Friday.
Coteau Baptist Church and the Bayou Baptist Association is offering assistance by providing crews to help with fallen trees.
Residents who need this assistance are asked to call the Terrebonne Office of Emergency Preparedness at (985) 873-6357.
TRAC is providing tarps to residents. Residents looking to obtain tarps are asked to call the Terrebonne Office of Emergency Preparedness at (985) 873-6357.
All town hall meetings scheduled for this week have been canceled.
For a summary of information residents can call the Terrebonne Parish Community Hotline 1-888-356-4737.
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