Mandatory Evacuation Order for Hurricane Laura Lifted in Calcasieu Parish, Curfew Remains in Effect

Mandatory Evacuation Order for Hurricane Laura Lifted in Calcasieu Parish, Curfew Remains in Effect

Published September 11, 2020

From CPPJ – The Calcasieu Parish Police Jury will lift the parish’s mandatory evacuation, effective immediately, as stated by Calcasieu Parish Police Jury President Tony Guillory. The curfew remains in effect from 7 p.m. – 6 a.m. daily.
Residents who want to return to Calcasieu Parish must understand that basic services remain limited in much of the parish. Residents need to know the status of services in their area before deciding to return home. If you do decide to return, we recommend that you look at your property, handle any temporary needs on the property and be prepared to return to evacuation until services are more fully restored (so strongly consider not checking out of the hotel where you are staying).
Residents who return to Calcasieu Parish and decide to stay must be self-sufficient.
For a copy of the executive order lifting the mandatory evacuation, click the link below. For more information on what the lifting of the mandatory evacuation means, visit calcasieuparish.gov.
Executive order lifting the mandatory evacuation order

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