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.
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