As of Sunday, November 1, 2020 11 a.m., utility companies are reporting 32 customers remain without power.
Precautionary Boil Advisories:
These advisories and any other updates are posted here: http://www.stpgov.org/TU-notices.
Meadow Lake Water System (PWS 1103146) – Boil Advisory Lifted October 31, 2020
Briarwood Terrace Water System (PWS 1103079) – Boil Advisory Lifted October 31, 2020
Ben Thomas Water System (PWS #1103105) – Boil Advisory Lifted November 1, 2020
Alton Water System (PWS #1103145) – Boil Advisory Lifted November 1, 2020
St. Tammany Parish Department of Public Works will continue picking up green, vegetative, storm-related debris in unincorporated areas of St. Tammany. Monday November 2, 2020. Citizens are asked to please place un-bagged, green, vegetative, storm-related debris by the roadside in the right-of-way for pick up — separate from regular garbage and recycling — by the Public Works Department. Public Works will not go onto private property so debris must be in the right-of-way. Green, vegetative debris mixed with construction and demolition debris will not be picked up.
The Kids Konnection Playground located at 21410 Koop Dr, Mandeville is now open.
Northshore Beach located at 267 Debbie Dr, Slidell, LA 70458 is open.
The Tammany Trace is now open.
The Bayou Lacombe Bridge on the Tammany Trace is open to marine Traffic.
These facilities remain closed:
Camp Salmen Nature park, located at 35122 Parish Pkwy, Slidell, LA 70460.
The St. Tammany Fishing Pier located at 54001 E Howze Beach Rd, Slidell, LA 70461
Damage Assessments and Reporting:
St. Tammany Parish Government inspectors have identified 550 homes that suffered some damage from hurricane ZETA. The majority of the homes are located in the south Slidell area.
Citizens are asked to report storm damage to residential and commercial structures to St. Tammany Parish Government through the following means:
include your address and phone number
Or call (985)898-5214
Monday thru Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm
73 Parish-maintained roads, and 10 state highways had downed trees and /or power lines throughout Hurricane Zeta. Utility crews are still working approximately 15-20 Parish-maintained roads.
As of midday, Friday, October 30, 2020 Public Works crews hauled more than 475 cubic yards of vegetative debris to disposal sites.
Public works continues to clear debris from roadways.
Updates will be posted on www.stpgov.org/storm , as well as all social media channels.