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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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Boil Water Advisory in Effect for all of Terrebonne Parish
Posted by OHSEP on 09/03/2021
A boil water advisory is in effect for all of Terrebonne Parish until Further Notice!!

Entergy Update / Terrebonne Parish / September 3, 2021
Posted by OHSEP on 09/03/2021
The following updates are for Terrebonne Parish as of 8am today, 9/3. Houma Substation – 75% complete with damage assessment. 300 broken poles, 350 down spans, & 430 pieces of damaged equipment. Shriever Substation – 100%... [Read More]

IRS Grants Dyed Diesel Fuel Penalty Relief in Louisiana due to Hurricane Ida
Posted by OHSEP on 09/03/2021
The Internal Revenue Service, in response to shortages of undyed diesel fuel caused by Hurricane Ida, will not impose a penalty when dyed diesel fuel is sold for use or used on the highway for a number of parishes in the state of... [Read More]

Terrebonne Parish Curfew Remains in Effect from 9 PM through Daylight Until Further Notice
Posted by OHSEP on 09/03/2021
Terrebonne Parish is still under a curfew from 9 p.m. through daylight until further notice.

Get Ida Relief Updates from the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux
Posted by OHSEP on 09/03/2021
Text IDARELIEF to 84576 to get the latest relief updates for the people of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux. They will send you updates as they become available, including food and supply distributions.

Terrebonne Parish Residents in Need of Short-Term Housing
Posted by OHSEP on 09/03/2021
The Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA) program, provided by FEMA, will provide much needed temporary housing for thousands of Louisianans who have been displaced by Hurricane Ida. Use this link to get more information and to apply.... [Read More]

Lack of Utilities & Communications Hampering Damage Assessment & Early Recovery Efforts
Posted by OHSEP on 09/03/2021
Although utility providers and communication companies are working to restore water, sewer service, electricity, phone, and internet service, damage assessment and recovery efforts in Terrebonne in the wake of Hurricane Ida are proceeding much... [Read More]

Local Law Enforcement Reminder about Non-functioning Signalized Intersections
Posted by OHSEP on 09/02/2021
Non-functioning signalized intersections in Terrebonne Parish and the region MUST be treated at 4-way stop intersections.  NO electricity means NO signal operation.  Strong winds have taken down signal poles and lines or moved... [Read More]

Municipal Solid Waste Regular Household Trash Collection Begins Friday, September 3
Posted by OHSEP on 09/02/2021
Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) regular household trash only collection will begin on limited basis starting Friday, September 3, 2021.   Pelican Waste will start collection on the west side of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (GIWW) in all areas... [Read More]

Animal Shelter Advises Residents to Avoid Picking Up Stray Animals to Relocate Them
Posted by OHSEP on 09/02/2021
The Terrebonne Parish Animal Shelter Executive Director, Valerie Robinson, advises residents to avoid picking up stray animals in order to relocate them.  For emergencies such as these, residents are urged to contact the Animal Shelter at (985)... [Read More]

Reminder from Planning & Zoning Before Signing Contracts or Paying Deposits
Posted by OHSEP on 09/02/2021
Before signing any contracts or putting down any deposits, check the following: Is the contractor licensed by the LA State Board of Licensed Contractors? Even an out of state company can obtain a LA license.  Make sure the contractor is... [Read More]

Individual Oxygen Tank Exchange
Posted by OHSEP on 09/02/2021
Patients who need to exchange an empty oxygen tank for a full one should call the Terrebonne Parish Emergency Operations Center Call Center at 985-873-6357 and ask to be connected to ESF-15, Public Health &... [Read More]

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