To help you get through the aftermath of the storm, essential resources in Baton Rouge is ready and willing to help you. Be sure to visit these pages for the latest updates on how you can get the necessary help you need at this time for you and your loved ones.
The East Baton Rouge's mayor public campaign encourages residents to stay ready and be prepared when a disaster or emergency strikes the community.
The Office of the Louisiana Governor
Visit the Governor's newsroom page for the latest communications and news pertaining to Louisiana. This includes the Governor's social media pages, online newsroom and more.
State of Louisiana Hurricane Updates
Updates, information and links to resources made available by the State of Louisiana for any Louisianan affected by Hurricane Ida.
Employing 20,000 people nationwide, FEMA's mission is to help residents before, during and after disasters. Find essential safety tips here.
View the Entergy outage map for more information on outages in the Baton Rouge area and estimated restoration times.
Report an outage, view the outage map or access storm resources through the DEMCO website.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the CDC continues to provide information on COVID-19 and how you can get vaccinated if need be. Learn how to stay safe during the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
Road Closures, School Closures, Shelters and More