Tornado Response Information
Cleanup Assistance for Residents
If your property experienced damage and you need cleanup assistance, contact Crisis Cleanup at 504-350-0788. Services will be provided by community organizations and volunteers. Service is by availability only and is not guaranteed.
St. Bernard Parish Government has opened two temporary transfer (dump) sites – one on the north side of Judge Perez Dr. at Mehle and Mustang Dr. (Old Arabi Park Middle School) and the other is located on the southside of Judge Perez Dr at 6801 Bienvenue St. Both of these temporary locations are available to St. Bernard Parish homeowners that were directly affected by the tornado. We are asking residents and/or volunteers who are assisting with cleanup to bring their debris to these two locations. These temporary sites are used to speed up cleanup and recovery of the affected areas. Debris will only be at these two sites for a short time and then will be moved to a landfill location. We apologize for any inconvenience as we work to quickly assist our Arabi residents in their recovery.
If your business was affected by the tornado, please let the St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disaster Legal Assistance
If you were impacted by the tornado and are seeking free legal assistance, contact Southeast Louisiana Legal Services at 1-844-244-7871.
The current priorities in tornado response include supplies and cleanup assistance. If you are an organization that can assist with these resources, please submit your information via this form. We ask that you do not deploy resources without coordinating with the Parish first.
We have had an amazing outpouring of support for meals for affected residents and first responders. At this time, there is NOT an additional need for food or meals.
Community organizations on the ground are assisting in tornado response. The following organizations are accepting volunteer assistance:
· Hands On New Orleans