*** UPDATE, Starting today 6/10/19 and most of the week we will be flowing hydrants in the area of Dunn Road***

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Over the next several months, the fire hydrants in your area will be fully exercised to determine flow rates as part of your Fire Protection Rating required by the Property Insurance Association of Louisiana (PIAL). During this time you may find water color to be not at its highest quality. Be advised that the water will be safe to consume and continuously monitored by Ward 2 Water. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause, but please keep in mind that this is for your Fire Protection.

Should you have any question please contact:
Fire Protection District 4 (225) 664-7123 or
Ward 2 Water District (225) 665-5188
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*** UPDATE, Starting today 6/10/19 and most of the week we will be flowing hydrants in the area of Dunn Road***

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Over the next several months, the fire hydrants in your area will be fully exercised to determine flow rates as part of your Fire Protection Rating required by the Property Insurance Association of Louisiana (PIAL). During this time you may find water color to be not at its highest quality. Be advised that the water will be safe to consume and continuously monitored by Ward 2 Water. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause, but please keep in mind that this is for your Fire Protection. 

Should you have any question please contact:
 Fire Protection District 4 (225) 664-7123 or
 Ward 2 Water District (225) 665-5188

LPFPD4's Station 1 located at 29758 S. Palmetto Street, Walker, LA 70785 now has sand and sandbags. (Please use the driveway to the right of the building and drive to the back)

There is also sand at Sidney Huchinson Park in Walker. You must use the entrance on Corbin Ave in Walker since Ball Park Road is holding water.

Also if you have any damage you would like to report to Livingston Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, please email EOC@lpgov.com or call 225-686-3066. This is to report any flooded homes or other damage.

Again please be careful, there are still flooded roads in the area, do not attempt to drive in these areas.
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