Hooper Road by the Bank - IBTS removed debris from the culverts. Plantation Way - IBTS cleared ditch in Plantation Way Outfall Drainage - Offroad Denham Road Off Road Drainage - Denham Road near Greenwell Springs Road Bridge South of McCullough that was restricting flow (Before) Bridge South of McCullough that was restricting flow (After) Culvert Repair on Lawnside
Special joint meeting of the City Council and Planning Commission is scheduled for Monday, June 5, 2017, 6:00 p.m., Kristenwood Building, 14025 Greenwell Springs Road, Central, LA 70739. Please see Public Notices for the complete agenda.
The City of Central Drainage RFP Team will hold a public meeting on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. at Central City Hall, 13421 Hooper Road, Suite 8, Central, LA 70818. Please see Public Notices for the items for discussion.
THIS MESSAGE IS DISTRIBUTED AT THE REQUEST OF SENATOR MACK "BODI" WHITE to assist the citizens of Central to begin the Homeowner Assistance survey and application process for the $1.3 billion federal dollars that have been distributed to the State of Louisiana for the March and August floods of 2016. Hopefully with enough participation and show of flood victims affected, our governor and congressman will be able to drawn down more federal dollars in future months or year to
At its meeting on Friday, May 12 at the state Capitol, the Restore Louisiana Task Force received updates on substantial progress being made in the ongoing flood recovery efforts for homeowners, renters and small businesses impacted by the March and August 2016 floods. More than 1,800 environmental reviews have been completed on homes for homeowners in Phase 1 of the Restore La. Homeowner Assistance Program, clearing the way for the application phase to begin. Program managers
The Louisiana Housing Corporation will release funding guidelines May 15 for both the Neighborhood Landlord Rental Program and the Multifamily Restoration Gap Program by issuing two separate Notifications of Funding Availability. Between the two programs, more than $74 million will be made available to landlords and developers to repair, reconstruct or create new rental units in Louisiana. The two programs aim to provide additional rental housing units across the state especi