Are you at risk?
Join the CPRA and our local partners for a community conversation to learn more about your flood risk and how to better protect your family and your home or business.
The CPRA will debut a new interactive flood risk viewer that offers the state’s most detailed information about flood risk and how this may change in the future – and we want you to be the first to try it out!
Five meetings will be held across south Louisiana, including:
Tuesday, February 24
Larose Civic Center
307 E. 5th St.
Wednesday, February 25
Belle Chasse Auditorium
8398 Louisiana 23
Belle Chasse, La.
Tuesday, March 3
Southwest Louisiana Entrepreneurial & Economic Development Center (SEED)
4310 Ryan St.
Lake Charles, La.
Wednesday, March 4
Terrebonne Parish Public Library
151 Library Dr.
Thursday, March 5
New Orleans Mosquito, Termite, and Rodent Control Board
2100 Leon C. Simon Dr.
New Orleans, La.
A draft proposal on how Louisiana’s Center for Excellence, to be funded under the RESTORE Act, will operate and distribute grants is now open for public comment until April 17.
Louisiana oyster lease rates, the possible impact of proposed sediment diversions on the crop, and the potential for lifting a moratorium on new private leases and opening up additional oyster cultivation areas all were discussed in a report released Monday…
It’s all bare earth now, but a big future is envisioned for the property along River Road at Oklahoma Street in Baton Rouge. The Water Campus is expected to be a national and international hub for river, coastal and delta…
The Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority board voted unanimously Wednesday (Feb. 11) to spend $32 million in oil spill fine money to pay for a portion of the design and engineering costs of the Houma Navigation Canal Lock project…