Councilmember Guidry is On the Job

Dear Residents and Friends of District “A” –

My staff and I have been on duty daily since Monday working with the Mayor and other emergency responders to coordinate efforts in District “A”, to help facilitate that District “A” services will be back up and fully operational as soon as possible.

If you are in need of emergency services – please call 911. Please call 311 to report power lines down, street flooding, debris removal, or other issues. The city is using 311 reports to track areas of concern and to schedule city responses.

My staff and I will be out in the district today, our office is staffed, and we can be reached at 658-1010.

You can get a great deal of up-to-date information and also sign up for emergency alerts at the city’s emergency website at: http://ready.nola.gov
Please see the following list of non-emergency numbers that may be helpful to you:

City of New Orleans Non-Emergency Hotline: Dial 311

Entergy
1-800-ENTERGY ((800) 368-3749)
Power Outages: (800) 9OUTAGE ((800) 968-8243)

Louisiana State Police
(225) 925-6325 or *LSP from any cell phone

Louisiana State Police Road Closure Hotline
(800) 469-4828

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
(800) 621-3362

National Weather Service Forecast Office
(New Orleans/Baton Rouge) – (504) 522-7330
(Lake Charles) – (337) 477-5285

American Red Cross
1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767)
Shelter Locator: http://www.redcross.org/find-help/shelter
Please be patient as we all continue to work together to get our city back up and operational and most importantly, stay safe.

Sincerely,
Susan G. Guidry