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WEEKLY UPDATE FROM US NWS LAKE CHARLES 11/25/15:
FROM THE CITY OF FRANKLIN, MAYOR'S OFFICE:
UPDATE: Due to the weather forecast, the Harvest Moon Festival has been
rescheduled. The Harvest Moon Festival will take place SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2015,
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you are an arts and crafts vendor and would like to participate
in the Harvest Moon Festival, please contact Skip Hebert (337-828-1516) or
Fad's News Stand (337-828-2486).
First Responders & Emergency officials attending 2015 Pipeline Association of
Louisiana Safety Training. Presentations was made by LA One Call 811, remember
to call before you dig. It's the LAW...
Congratulations Duval Arthur, Director St. Mary Parish OHSEP on receiving
Outstanding Citizen/Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by
The Rotary Club of Morgan City! Well Deserved : ))
ST MARY PARISH HURRICANE GUIDES ARE LOCATED IN THE LOBBY OF THE ST MARY PARISH
COURTHOUSE BUILDING LOBBY OR ROOM 111 OR 112, 1ST FLOOR. YOU MAY ALSO DOWNLOAD
LA GOHSEP HURRICANE GUIDE AT THE FOLLOWING LINK:
FOR ROAD CLOSURES PLEASE GOTO THE LINK BELOW:
On October 10, 2013: Flood stages at four forecast points along the Atchafalaya River will be changed to better reflect flood impacts along the reaches of the river served by these forecast points.
The National Weather Service will change the river flood criteria at four locations along the Atchafalaya River to better reflect the flood impacts at the following locations: Butte La Rose, Melville, Krotz Springs, and Morgan City.
| ||New Criteria||Current Criteria|
|Moderate Flood Stage
|Major Flood Stage
These changes in the flood criteria will allow emergency managers in Avoyelles, St. Mary,St. Martin, St. Landry, and Iberia parishes to better serve the communities that would
be impacted by flooding. These flood criteria reflect input from the leaders of these parishes,
along with first responders, and citizens.
Important: These changes will not affect flood insurance maps or flood insurance rates for these locations. This will only affect the watch and warning criteria at this locations .
Have you developed your disaster plan? Start today. You never know when the unexpected will happen. Be prepared; develop your emergency kit!
Ready.gov - FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency
Louisiana Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
CURRENT RADAR FROM THE US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LAKE CHARLES
WEEKLY WEATHER UPDATE FROM US NWS LAKE CHARLES 11/25/15
According to The American Red Cross, the internet - including online news sites and social media platforms - is the third most popular way for Americans to gather emergency information and let their loved ones know they are safe.
Through the use of everyday technology, individuals, families, responders and organizations can successfully prepare for, adapt to and recover from disruptions brought on by emergencies and/or disasters. With effective planning, it is possible to take advantage of technology before, during and after a crisis to communicate with loved ones and manage your financial affairs.
FEMA Text Messages
Use your cell phone’s text messaging capability to receive text message updates from FEMA (standard message and data rates apply).
Here are basic commands to get started:
- To signup to receive monthly preparedness tips: text PREPARE to 43362 (4FEMA)
- To unsubscribe (at any time): text STOP to 43362 (4FEMA)
PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW: St . Mary Parish's Emergency Notification System
https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/EE6068DD11C4Link to register your cell phones and email ONLY!!
PLEASE NOTE: HOME AND OFFICE LANDLINE PHONES ARE ALREADY REGISTERED FOR FIRST CALL ALERT SYSTEM!!!