Broadmoor Hurricane Ida Resources
Updated: Aug 28
The Broadmoor Improvement Association is here for residents in our community to provide support and resources for hurricane preparedness. The Broadmoor Arts & Wellness Center and the Broadmoor Food Pantry will be closed on Monday, August 30, 2021. Listed below are hurricane preparedness resources for you to review as we all prepare for Hurricane Ida.
In the aftermath of the storm, if you need help with emergency food assistance or other resource referrals, contact the Broadmoor Improvement at 504-249-5130. If phone lines are down and you are not able to reach us at that number, please call 504-233-0652 for information about food and other essential services. For muck and gut and other cleanup resources, please call 504-233-2213.
Hurricane Preparedness Resources
GasBuddy Fuel Availability Tracker: If you plan to evacuate, do so as soon as possible. Expect delays on the road. Remember that it's better to be sheltering at home during a storm than stuck in traffic. If driving, leave with a full tank of gas. Check the GasBuddy Fuel Availability Tracker to see which stations still have fuel.
Special Needs Registry: For many seniors and people with special needs, riding out the hurricane at home or evacuating can be an unsettling experience, especially for those who require ongoing medical attention during and after the storm. If you think you will need assistance during the storm, sign up for the City's Special Needs Registry by dialing 3-1-1 or visiting NOLAReady.com for more info.
NOLA Ready Hurricane Prep Info:
NOLA Ready has an extensive list of hurricane prep information for residents to review with their families. Each year, hurricane season lasts from June 1st to November 30th. Dangers from these storms include high winds, heavy rain, tornadoes, flooding, and power outages. Depending on a storm’s severity, the City of New Orleans might issue a mandatory evacuation order. If the City issues a mandatory evacuation, all residents and visitors must leave. If an evacuation is not ordered, it's up to you to decide to evacuate or shelter in place. Click here for Ready Nola Hurricane Prep information.
Pre-Storm NFIP Resources: With the possibility of a disturbance headed toward the Gulf Coast, use the NFIP flood insurance and floodplain management resources below to help before, during, and after a damaging event. Click here for the Pre-Storm NFIP Resource document.
Louisiana Emergency Preparedness Guides
The Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (Parish OHSEP), American Red Cross and select United Way offices to have copies of the Louisiana Emergency Preparedness Guides, available for distribution. The guides were developed by the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) and are intended for the Greater New Orleans, Lafayette & Lake Charles citizens who will use the maps and contra-flow routes to evacuate when disasters threaten the coastal areas. Click here for the Louisiana Emergency Preparedness Guides.