Protecting People, Property and Our Way of Life

Important Message from North Lafourche Levee District

 

In accordance with Louisiana Governor’s Proclamation 117-JBE-2020, in reference to COVID-19, NLLD office access is limited to 50% of the total occupancy as determined by the State Fire Marshal, which for this office is 32 individuals at one time, including our employees.  Every individual shall wear a face covering over the nose and mouth when entering the building and social distancing measures will be implemented.  You can refer to gov.louisiana.gov for guideline exceptions.

COVID19 office notice 09-22-2020


Upcoming NLLD Board of Commissioners Meetings:

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

5:15 pm – Finance and Priority Committee

 

5:30 pm or immediately following F&P meeting – Regular Meeting of the Board of Commissioners

 

Location for All Meetings:

NLLD Office, 3862 Highway 1, Raceland, LA  70394

Agendas posted  24 hours before meetings

 

NLLD continues to offer a virtual meeting attendance option. 

TO JOIN BY PHONE WITH AUDIO ONLY:

Dial-in number is (339) 207-7469

Please mute your phone upon gaining access to the meeting. There is no access number required to join the meeting with this number.

TO JOIN ONLINE WITH VIDEO AND AUDIO:

Click: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/dwayneb

Online meeting ID: dwayneb

We do ask all participants to turn off their device’s video to help with meeting clarity. Also, please mute the microphone on your device.

For assistance connecting to the meeting, text “Help” to (339) 207-7469. Message and data rates may apply. You can also call (985) 537-2244 if you have questions about attendance at and participation in the meetings.


NLLD works to improve drainage and enhance flood protection for
65,000 residents north of the Intracoastal Waterway in Lafourche
Parish, Louisiana, serving approximately two-thirds of the parish’s
population. The District includes over 250 miles of levees and
drainage canals and 40 pump stations throughout north
Lafourche, and its efforts and investments in construction
equipment have prevented flooding from tropical storms and
hurricanes like Katrina, Rita, Gustav and Ike.