Lafayette Consolidated Government has announced sandbag locations as Acadiana braces for a week of relentless rain.

From Lafayette Consolidated Government's Facebook page -

As rain is expected in the region this week, sandbags are available for Lafayette Parish residents.

• North District site at 400 Dugas Road (located off North University Avenue)
• Foster Park at 399 2nd Street in Youngsville
Self-bagging, bring shovel and manpower

• Please limit sandbags to four bags per exterior door.
• Maximum of 20 sandbags per household.

Municipality Sandbag Locations

Broussard

• City Hall, 310 E. Main Street (behind City Hall)
• Deer Meadow Subdivision (corner of Deer Meadow Boulevard and Myette Point Street)
• Broadview Drive (by Broussard Community Center)
Self-bagging, bring shovel and manpower. Sandbag stations are open until the threat of heavy rain has passed.

Carencro

• Community Center, 5115 N. University Avenue (behind the Community Center)
Self-bagging, bring shovel and manpower.

Duson

• Duson Park at South A Street
Self-bagging, bring shovel and manpower.

Youngsville

• Foster Park at 399 2nd Street in Youngsville
Self-bagging, bring shovel and manpower.

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