Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government Closely Monitoring Tropical Storm Cindy
Wednesday June 21, 2017 07:32 am - Posted By Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
Terrebonne Parish President Gordon Dove has declared a state of emergency for Terrebonne Parish due to the developing threat Tropical Storm Cindy. The state of emergency will allow the parish government to take all necessary measures to ensure the safety, health and welfare needs of the citizens and property of Terrebonne Parish.
The Terrebonne Parish Public Works Division has placed sand and sandbags at the following locations:
Bobtown Volunteer Fire Department
Adult Softball Complex on the airbase
Knights of Columbus Hall in Pointe-aux-Chenes
Devon Keller Memorial Center
Upper Dularge Fire Station
St. Ann Church in Bourg
Bayou Black Fire Station
Ward 7 in Chauvin
Gibson East Fire Department
Gibson Fire Department.
Public Works North Campus
Public Works, located at 206 Government St. in Gray, will be open to public from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Mondays thru Fridays only.
The Terrebonne Parish Levee District has closed all floodgates.
All Terrebonne Parish Government Offices remain open.
Residents should continue to stay informed through local news media, the Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government website (tpcg.org), and the Terrebonne Parish Office of Homeland Security website (tohsep.com), Facebook page (facebook.com/TerrebonneParishOHSEP) and Twitter page (@TOHSEP) to obtain the latest information available.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 21, 2017
MEDIA CONTACT: Earl J. Eues, Jr., Director
Terrebonne Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness email@example.com