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CITY OF THIBODAUX – HURRICANE IDA RESPONSE INFORMATION
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|Thursday, Sep. 02nd at 11:55 AM||Thursday, Sep. 02nd at 11:55 AM|
A burn ban is currently in effect for Thibodaux and the surrounding areas.
Please ensure that your generator (both portable and whole-home units) is properly ventilated. The
Thibodaux Volunteer Fire Department has been experiencing a high call volume of carbon monoxide alarms. Everyone is cautioned to trust their home alarms. If the alarm activates, evacuate the building, and contact our department to come out and test for the presence of carbon monoxide.
Regularly scheduled trash pickup is scheduled to resume today (9/2/21) with limited service. This is the blue Pelican waste bins and should NOT include storm debris.
Storm debris is scheduled to begin Sunday (9/5/21). Avoid placing storm debris under overhead obstructions such as utility lines and streetlights. Debris should be separated into the following three separate piles to improve the debris removal efficiency.
1) Construction Materials (roofing, sheetrock, wood with nails, screws, brackets, etc.
2) Vegetation/Trees (tree limbs, branches, shrubs, bare wood, leaves). Avoid the usage of plastic trash bags.
3) White Goods/Appliances (refrigerators, freezers, AC units, dishwashers, etc.)Please remain off the roadways if possible. The influx of traffic will continue to cause delays for emergency response vehicles, utility repair contractors, and supplies transporters. Back to Top