Louisiana will enter into Phase One on Friday, May 15, when the Stay at Home order will be lifted and more businesses will open with strict social distancing, enhanced sanitation and required masks for employees helping the public. Louisianans should still stay at home as much as possible to avoid unnecessary exposure to COVID-19. People who are at a higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 should still stay at home unless they are traveling outside of the home for an essential activity. Thanks to the hard work of the people of Louisiana under the Stay at Home order, we have seen declining new COVID-19 cases & hospitalizations. This, coupled with increased testing and contact tracing capacity, is what is allowing us to move to Phase One on Friday. This is not mission accomplished or a victory against COVID-19, but it is a positive and hopeful move for Louisiana. #lagov 📰: gov.louisiana.gov/news/PhaseOne ... See more
Congratulations to today's Birthday Cake Winner from Rouses Markets!🎉. Don't forget to call in (985-387-4967) or message your Birthday wishes for the Birthday Party before 9:00am every weekday morning with Larry Hyatt! ... See more
Another resource to reunite lost pets with their families - Thanks TPAS ❤️
We are very excited to announce our brand new partnership with Finding Rover! Finding Rover is a FREE service that uses patented Facial Recognition technology to help reunite lost dogs and cats with their families! As a partner, the community can now see if their lost pet is in our care with just a few clicks. Additionally, people looking to adopt can see the dogs and cats that are available at our shelter. As part of this effort, every dog and cat that leaves our organization will already be pre-registered in the Finding Rover database. The pet’s record can be automatically transferred to another Finding Rover account, once the person who has taken the pet home registers with the email address that we have on file. If that dog or cat ever gets lost in the future, using Finding Rover’s Facial Recognition will make bringing that pet back home a snap. We highly encourage everyone to register with a personal Finding Rover account by going to www.FindingRover.com/register. It just takes a minute to help bring your pet home faster! 1. Enter your name, email address, and zip code 2. Upload a face-forward photo of your pet 3. Enter a few main details about your pet It’s that simple and completely FREE! This will only work if everyone is on board, so please join us and get connected to the Finding Rover community by registering TODAY! ... See more
Due to the threat of inclement weather, the COVID-19 Raceland self-testing site will temporarily close tomorrow, May 14th, and Friday, May 15th.
Testing available this afternoon!
On Wednesday, May 13th, the Raceland COVID Testing Site will be open during the afternoon/evening hours from 3pm-7pm. We want to accommodate all residents that wish to be tested, so we are offering this timeframe as another option. All other days will remain operational from 8am-12pm. ... See more
Lafourche Parish School District 2020 graduation ceremonies are set 🥳
𝐆𝐫𝐚𝐝𝐮𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐏𝐥𝐚𝐧 In an effort to give our seniors a graduation ceremony while balancing the many challenges that we are all faced with in the midst of this unprecedented global pandemic, our high school staff has worked to explore every possible option while realizing that there would be no possible way to hold a traditional graduation ceremony. ... See more
Census response rate for Terrebonne is at 49% -- go to my2020census.gov for more information
The response rate for Terrebonne Parish is currently 49.1%. This is an increase of 2% since last week! Good work everyone. Remember, you can respond online, over the phone, or through the mail, and census responses determine funding and representation for the parish. Visit https://my2020census.gov/ for more information. Make Terrebonne count! #countdabayou ... See more
***MUST BRING YOUR OWN *CLEAN* GALLON CONTAINER OR SPRAY BOTTLE*** The City of Franklin is teaming up with K&R Cleaning Solutions to offer 1,000 gallons of disinfectant for the citizens of Franklin on Friday, May 15 beginning at 7a.m. thru 10a.m. or while supplies last. Please see map attached for line up. Vehicles not properly lined up will be asked to move to the end of the line. Please remain in vehicles due to social distancing measures that will still be in place. #FranklinStrong #IBelieveInFranklin ***MUST BRING YOUR OWN *CLEAN* GALLON CONTAINER OR SPRAY BOTTLE*** ... See more
High School graduation in St. Mary Parish will be a little different this year but still a go! Congratulations graduates of 2020!
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