St John Parish Press Releases

Flood Advisories Lifted for St. John Parish (Weather Update #22)

August 23, 2016

The National Weather Service has lifted the Flood Advisory for St. John the Baptist Parish as water slowly drains from the Parish. - READ

Updates

Pin Oak Terminals announces new 70-job storage terminal in Mount Airy - See more at: http://www.lobservateur.com/2015/10/21/pin-oak-terminals-announces-new-70-job-storage-terminal-in-mount-airy/#sthash.qnKRRUwD.dpufPin Oak Terminals announces new 70-job storage terminal in Mount Airy - See more at: http://www.lobservateur.com/2015/10/21/pin-oak-terminals-announces-new-70-job-storage-terminal-in-mount-airy/#sthash.qnKRRUwD.dpuf
Pin Oak Terminals announces new 70-job storage terminal in Mount Airy - See more at: http://www.lobservateur.com/2015/10/21/pin-oak-terminals-announces-new-70-job-storage-terminal-in-mount-airy/#sthash.qnKRRUwD.dpuf
Pin Oak Terminals announces new 70-job storage terminal in Mount Airy - See more at: http://www.lobservateur.com/2015/10/21/pin-oak-terminals-announces-new-70-job-storage-terminal-in-mount-airy/#sthash.qnKRRUwD.dpuHEAV
Krystal Burger expanding into LaPlace
Krystal Burger expanding into LaPlace
Krystal Burger expanding into LaPlace
 
Andouille Festival Survey
$14.5M invested in water system upgradesAn
West Bank sidewalk refurbishments plannedM

Sandbags are available at the locations listed below.  Bags are on site, but please remember to bring a shovel and do not take additional empty bags.

- Captain G. Bourgeois

- Reserve Fire Station

- Garyville Fire Station

- Wallace Fire Station

- Pleasure Bend Fire Station

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS SURVEY: St. John Parish will join parishes across South Louisiana, LSU and the Governor’s Office  of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) in reaching out to residents beginning in August to conduct a hurricane preparedness survey.

The phone survey, which will come entirely through LSU, will consist of questions about individual preparedness plans and will be conducted in the months of August, September and October.

Feedback from the survey will be used to gauge whether south Louisiana residents are taking the correct protective measures in preparation for a storm and will be used to help state and local officials better coordinate preparedness activities.

 

A host of government officials from St. John the Baptist Parish and Tangipahoa, including St. John Parish President Natalie Robottom, were on hand to mark the occasion, along with several project organizers.

“We’ve been working to build up the Frenier area for a while now to allow for all types of activities,” Robottom said. “We want to try to make it a safer place for people to walk, to run, to ride bikes. The signage is a big first step.”

- See more at: http://www.lobservateur.com/2016/01/16/st-john-clearing-path-for-bicyclists/#sthash.bFseOGV9.dpufhttps://www.epa.gov/la/laplace-st-john-baptist-parish-louisiana

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