LA SAFE's Round 5: Thanks for your attendance and your feedback at our community meetings!​


Take advantage of extended deadline to take online survey for your parish projects.

As the community meetings conclude this week for the fifth and final round for Louisiana’s Strategic Adaptations for Future Environments over the course of December, we want to thank everyone who participated and made the meetings a true celebration of the parishes and the work that has been done since the beginning of this process. For residents who could not attend their parish meeting, we are providing an opportunity to ensure that everyone can review the pilot projects being considered and evaluate them for consideration.

This month, residents have been attending meetings across all six of the parishes: Jefferson, Lafourche, Plaquemines, St. John the Baptist, St. Tammany and Terrebonne parishes. If you were unable to attend your parish meeting, we still want your feedback.

Surveys that mirror the information and evaluation opportunities at these meetings are available online. We ask that if you could not attend a meeting that you review each of the six proposed pilot projects in the parish in your parish, consider their value and then rank them accordingly.

In order to ensure that every resident has an opportunity to offer feedback, we have extended the deadline for each parish. Please check out these new, extended deadlines to complete the online survey, in chronological order of their respective meeting dates:

Terrebonne Parish — Dec. 28, 2017
Jefferson Parish —Dec. 29, 2017
St. John the Baptist Parish — Jan. 2, 2018
St. Tammany Parish — Jan. 3, 2018
Lafourche Parish — Jan. 9, 2018
Plaquemines Parish — Jan. 10, 2018

Project boards and survey links for each parish are available on the LA SAFE homepage.

Thank you in advance for your feedback. We’re excited about what we will plan together for the future of Louisiana.

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LA SAFE is managed by the Louisiana Office of Community Development’s Disaster Recovery Unit in partnership with the Foundation for Louisiana’s Coastal Resilience Leverage Fund.