Tracking Nicholas: Storm Blog, Closures
(KALB) - Here, we are compiling information on how various communities are preparing for the potential impact of Nicholas.
UPDATE: All Avoyelles Parish public charter schools and private schools will be closed Wednesday, September 15th due to flooding concerns.
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- Avoyelles Parish schools, public and private, closed September 15.
- CLTCC Ward H. Nash Avoyelles Campus ONLY will be closed Wednesday, Sept. 15 - The college will continue to monitor this storm and re-evaluate to determine possibly reopening Thursday.
- Vernon Parish Public Schools will reopen on September 15.
- All branches of the Rapides Parish Library will be closed on September 15.
- Beginning at 10 am on September 14 at the following locations, self-serve sandbags will be available. Bring a shovel or bucket to fill. Five per exterior door & 10 per patio style doors:
More sandbag locations:
- In preparation for Hurricane Nicholas, The City of Natchitoches is providing sandbags to city residents. Sandbags may be picked up at Public Works, located at 110 Mill Street from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and again from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. on Sept. 14 (as long as supplies last).
- City of Alexandria preparing for Tropical Storm Nicholas
- Alexandria chief of staff shares latest on Nicholas
- City of Pineville preps for Nicholas
- Pineville’s mayor shares Nicholas preparations
- President of the Rapides Parish Police Jury discusses Nicholas preparations
- Leesville mayor shares latest on Nicholas
- Tropical Storm Nicholas to bring heavy rainfall to Cenla
- Gov. Edwards declares state of emergency ahead of Nicholas
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