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Posted on: September 12, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Public Service Alert UPDATE-Tropical Storm Nicholas Sunday, September 12

TS Nicholas Situation Overview 9122021

According to updates from National Weather Service-Lake Charles, the National Hurricane Center, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Port Arthur Emergency Management,  Port Arthur will have heavy rain from Sunday night through Wednesday.

The Port Arthur Emergency Management Team is asking all residents and businesses to prepare for the heavy rainfall from today until Wednesday, and rain throughout the rest of the week.

Please register at www.thestan.com to be notified for extreme conditions!

UPDATE 1: 

Sandbags


Port Arthur Emergency Management has opened another site for sandbags for citizens. Residents may go to the Port Arthur Downtown Pavilion, 500 Procter Street, to pick up sandbags. Guidelines remain the same. 

  • Six (6) sandbags per address can be picked up at the Port Arthur Bob Bowers Civic Center, 3501 Cultural Center Drive, for Port Arthur residents until the supply runs out. Please bring your ID and your own shovels. If you bring your own sandbags, the limit will still be six (6) sandbags.

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Preparation guidelines:

  • Monday will be the only day for regular pickup of residential garbage. Pull in your toter as soon as garbage is emptied. Officials will notify the public about garbage collection for the rest of the week. Please do not put toters out on Tuesday until the notice is sent out. Thank you.

  • Secure all outdoor furniture, equipment, and items that may float off in the heavy rainfall. Please untie outside dogs from trees, or poles, too.

  • Six (6) sandbags per address can be picked up at the Port Arthur Bob Bowers Civic Center, 3501Cultural Center Drive, for Port Arthur residents until the supply runs out. Please bring your ID and your own shovels. If you bring your own sandbags, the limit will still be six (6) sandbags.

  • Be sure to clear the ditches in front of your home of debris and built-up leaves to avoid flooding; there will be a lot of rain, some sure to cause flooding in homes and businesses.

TS Nicholas Likely 7-day forecast


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