Evangeline, St. Martin Parish DSNAP Sites Announced
More than 91,000 households approved for DSNAP so far
Why All Flood Victims Need To Register For This Help
The Shelter at Home Program evaluates each applicant’s home and, if up to $15,000 of work in that home can create a safe, secure, habitable place for the family to live while they continue their permanent home rebuilding.
Lafayette, Acadia Parish DSNAP Sites Open Monday
The Blackham Coliseum and the Rayne Civic Center will be open for DSNAP benefits distribution next week.
Disaster Food Stamp Benefits Now Available, But By Alphabetical Order
The best way to pre-register is online at www.dcfs.la.gov/preregister, or you can call 1-888-LAHELP-U (1-888-524-3578).
DCFS Announces Locations for Disaster SNAP Benefits
Assistance available for eight parishes next week. Schedule for additional parishes announced.
Roads Closures Throughout Acadiana (UPDATED)
The Department of Transportation and Development has announced the following REVISED road closures due to flooding in Acadiana.
Acadia Parish Enacts Curfew For Monday Night
The Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office is placing a curfew for Monday evening from 8:00 pm to 5:00 am in the unicorporated areas of the parish.
Lafayette Parish Road Closures (LATEST UPDATE)
The following areas are still reporting problems with high water in the roadway. The public is asked to avoid these areas until the water subsides and the streets are cleared of abandoned vehicles.
Message For Youngsville Residents Trapped By Floods
Lafayette Parish School Board member Jeremy Hidalgo has a message for those trapped by the waters in the Youngsville area.
State Of Emergency Declared For Lafayette Parish
Lafayette Parish Mayor-President Joel Robideaux has declared a state of emergency for Lafayette Parish as a result of severe weather.