St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper is asking residents to continue to monitor the forecast for Hurricane Sally through the National Weather Service and local media, and to be assured that St. Tammany Parish Government remains prepared. Cooper said they would continue to monitor the situation and will update any changes should they occur. He also thanked citizens for their vigilant preparation. The Department of Public works continues to place high water signage and assist with removal of roadway obstructions as needed.
St. Tammany Government offices will re-open today at 8 a.m. Also expected to re-open today unless there are areas that need cleanup are The Tammany Trace, he St. Tammany Fishing Pier on E Howze Beach Rd, in Slidell, the Kids Konnection Playground on Koop Dr in Mandeville, Northshore Beach in Slidell, and the Bayou Lacombe Bridge will re-open to marine traffic as needed.
STAR TRANSIT will resume services today. Garbage pickup and recycling will resume normal schedules today and residents should check their waste hauling provider websites for specifics.
And the 22nd Judicial Courts will resume operations this morning.