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Hurricane Delta Information

Please check this page often for important information on current situations as a result of Hurricane Delta.

SELF-REPORTING OF DAMAGES TO HOMES AND BUSINESSES 

  • For information on how to self-report damages to homes and businesses, please click HERE.

CURFEW NO LONGER IN
EFFECT

  • Effective Wednesday, October 14, 2020, the curfew is no longer in effect.
  • To read the original curfew order, click HERE.

GENERAL SAFETY TIPS AND GUIDELINES

  • With the continued power outage, many individuals are utilizing gasoline powered generators. Please adhere to the following safety guidelines
    • Make sure all exhaust is ventilated outside the home.
    • Exhaust contains carbon monoxide which can be harmful or deadly if inhaled.
    • Keep generators outside and at least five (5) feet, or farther, away from doors, windows or any other openings to the home.
    • Turn off your generator and give it time to cool down before adding fuel. This will help alleviate accidental fires.
    • For even greater protection, install carbon monoxide (CO2) detectors  inside the home. Be sure to follow manufacturers guidelines for installation concerning height and location.
  • Many traffic intersections are still without functioning traffic signals.  All intersections with non-working traffic signals should be treated as an all-way stop. This will help minimize the risk of traffic accidents.
  • For additional important safety tips and guidelines, please click HERE
  • Please continue to monitor this page for important updates.

DOWNED UTILITY LINES OR POLES


  • Please report any downed lines or poles directly to Entergy at (800) 995-8030 or myEntergy.com
  • Please stay away from downed lines. They may be energized and can result in death if mishandled.

DEBRIS PICKUP - UPDATED INFORMATION

  • The following information is being provided to allow citizens to get started with their personal clean up situations.  Additional instructions may follow, so please watch this page for updated information.
  • City staff will be working each day to clear streets of storm debris as quickly as possible. They will be placing the debris in piles to return for later pickup.  Please be patient as the crews work their way throughout the city.
  • For personal residences, please make two piles of items that are to be collected.  One for all green waste material and the other for general type of storm debris such as fencing, shingles, siding, etc.  Please avoid placing anything in the street or ditches, over water meters, or around fire hydrants.

To view the City of Port Neches Mayor's Declaration of Disaster, please click HERE.

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