Flood debris deadline set for Dec. 17 in Livingston Parish
LIVINGSTON - All flood-related debris in Livingston Parish needs to be put out by Saturday, December 17.
The Livingston Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness asks anyone with remaining debris to place everything as close as possible to their nearest right-of-way.
Anyone who fails to place debris in the appropriate spot by December 17, removal is up to the homeowner at that point.
If the debris cannot be place in the right-of-way and a contractor will have to go onto a property to remove debris, a Right of Entry form is required to LOHSEP on that same date. You can download that form here.
Anyone who needs debris removal should call LOHSEP at 225-686-3066, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their website at this link. It can also be picked up personally at the LOHSEP office at 20355 Government Blvd.
Only debris touched by the August 2016 flood waters, including construction and demolition, appliances and white goods (air conditioners, dishwashers, freezers, refrigerators, etc.), and electronics. Items from new construction, including leftover drywall, tiles, carpet and lumber, cannot be removed by the Parish or its debris removal contractor.
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