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Bayou Black Repetitive Loss Area Analysis Informational Meeting Thurs., April 23

Monday April 13, 2020 11:14 am - 1241 Views - Posted By Planning and Zoning

In response to recent high water events in the Gibson/Bayou Black regions of the Parish and in conjunction with several infrastructure projects currently either under construction or in various stages of design and engineering, Parish President Gordon Dove asked the Terrebonne Parish Department of Planning and Zoning to conduct a repetitive loss area analysis for the Bayou Black area in Gibson. The intent of the analysis was to understand the flooding issues in the area and identify ways to help reduce future flooding. 

The Terrebonne Parish Department of Planning and Zoning is holding an informational meeting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on April 23, 2020 over Zoom, an online conferencing service. 

The public may view or listen to the meeting on video webinar or teleconference conducted by Zoom. The nine-digit Webinar ID for this meeting is 339 337 569. There are two ways to join the meeting: 

A. View the Meeting from a PC, Mac, Android, or iPhone device.

  1. Enter this link into your browser to join the webinar:
  2. When prompted, enter your name and email address.
  3. Click “Join” or “Join Webinar.”
  4. The meeting should automatically download and launch.

B. Listen to the Meeting from any mobile or wired touchtone telephone.

  1. Dial 1-346-248-7799.
  2. When prompted, enter the Webinar ID 424 742 037.

After the meeting,  the draft report will be reviewed. Residents are encouraged to provide feedback on the findings, and the report will be revised to include the feedback following the meeting. Updates will be provided on upcoming projects planned for the area. All residents of the area interested in the analysis or providing feedback for the analysis should feel free to attend the virtual meeting. 

While every effort is being made to conduct a smooth and inclusive public meeting during this time of emergency, please understand that technology may not always be reliable, whether due to human error or technical error. Please offer your patience and understanding while the parish launches and improves this new way of connecting to the people of Terrebonne Parish. 

The report will be available online at for residents to review before the meeting. Please contact Tara Lambeth at 985-873-6567 or to request a hard copy.

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