Important notice to all citizens:
- Sunset Point is closed to the public. There is extensive damage and it will be closed for approximately 3 months. Our storm debris team is using that area. No one else is allowed. Traffic violations will be enforced.
- Storm debris pick up is underway. Monday Weldon Park and Woodstone will be covered and Beau Rivage Monday afternoon. Once the city is complete, a second pass will probably take place next week.
- Please remember to segregate storm debris as follows: green waste vs. household debris. If you have construction debris, it is helpful if you separate that from household debris as well. Storm debris teams will not pick up household garbage, that is for the garbage company only.
Updates - As we continue to work toward restoration of our normal activities and recovery, we will offer updates on the City website, www.cityofmandeville.com. If you would like those updates to be sent to your personal email, please sign up for email notifications on the front page of our website.
Garbage pick up and recycling will resume Wednesday, September 12. Progressive, will not be picking up the green waste till DRC is completed with storm pick up.
Residents who were flooded by the storm need to obtain permits from the city of the following repairs:
- Tree damage
- Any damage to houses other than purely cosmetic
- Any damage from flooding
- Electrical reconnections
- Damage to utilities
Additionally, teams of inspectors both from the city and from FEMA will be in the flooded areas of the city starting today to conduct Substantial Damage Estimates on flooded structures. These inspections will allow the city to begin issuing permits to affected homeowners to make repairs as well as to identify structures that might qualify for additional federal assistance.
Each inspection will take approximately 20 minutes, and following the inspections, the city will mail each homeowner a letter detailing their percentage of damage.
Click here to view our Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Policies and Procedures.
Click here for business recovery assistance information.
HURRICANE RECOVERY INFORMATION
SBA Business Recovery Assistance Available at STEDF: Starting Monday, September 10, the SBA's Business Recovery Assistance Team will be at STEDF's office, 21489 Koop Drive, Ste. 7 in Mandeville. The team is available to meet with businesses impacted by Hurricane Isaac on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8:30am to 5:30pm. There will be an office in Slidell on Thursdays and Fridays and information will be provided once a location is confirmed.
St. Tammany Disaster Recovery Center:
St. Tammany Parish Towers Building
520 Old Spanish Trail, Slidell
Hours: 8am-5pm starting Sept. 2 until further notice
Additional Recovery Center Opened in St. Tammany Parish:
An additional State/FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRCs) opened in St. Tammany parish to assist homeowners, renters and business owners who sustained damage to their homes or personal property as a result of Hurricane Isaac. Specialists from the state of Louisiana, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) are on hand to answer questions and provide information on the types of assistance available to survivors.
The new DRC location is located at:
Mandeville Public Works Department
1100 Mandeville High Blvd.
Mandeville, LA 70471
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. until further notice
The Disaster Recovery Center is for homeowners, renters and business owners who sustained damage as a result of Hurricane Isaac. Specialists from the state of Louisiana, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) are on hand to answer questions and provide information on the types of assistance available to survivors.
Business Recovery Links
Resident Recovery Links
Here are numbers to call for help:
Mayor's office: 985-626-1082
Emergency Operations Center: 985-898-2359
Red Cross: 985-892-4317
You can apply for disaster assistance online directly at www.disasterassistance.gov