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|West Monroe announces sandbag location|
Approaching weather event involving Hurricane Isaac - Informational Preparedness
As a result of the approaching weather event involving Hurricane Isaac and its approaching path through northeast Louisiana, sandbags are being made available to residents of the City of West Monroe.
A sandbag distribution center has been setup at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center, located at 501 Mane Street. in West Monroe. Sandbagging materials are currently available through the duration of this weather event. Residents will need to bring proof of residency within the city limits to obtain sandbagging materials.
West Monroe Police would like to remind residents that during the duration of this weather event, Police, Fire, Medical and Public Works personnel are working feverishly to prepare for this approaching storm and once it enters our area will continue to work through situations as they arise and until this passes.
We would like to remind you that throughout this event, E911 should be used to report only life threatening emergencies or crimes that are in-progress. Furthermore we would continue to ask that you would only contact City Public Works Department to report utility emergencies through the duration of this event.
Please turn to our website, along with the 211 service for public information and 511 for DOTD Road closure information. It is imperative that we keep emergency telephone lines open for those who need to report Police or life threatening emergencies.
Plan & Take Action
Everyone needs to be prepared for the unexpected. Your friends and family may not be together when disaster strikes. How will you find each other? Will you know if your children or parents are safe? You may have to evacuate or be confined to your home. What will you do if water, gas, electricity or phone services are shut off?
Put together a basic disaster supplies kit and consider storage locations for different situations. Help community members do the same.
Develop and document plans for your specific risks.
Protect yourself and family with a Family Emergency Plan
Be sure to plan for locations away from home
Business owners and site locations should create Workplace Plans
Make sure schools and daycares have School Emergency Plans
Pet owners should have plans to care for their animals.
Prepare your boat and be aware of marine safety if you are on or near the water.