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10:45am Kenner Update

Tropical Storm Isaac has moved northwest of the Kenner area, although some lingering feeder bands are still causing heavy rain and winds.Kenner Public Works and Recreation crews, along with the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,are continuing to assess damage, make repairs, and remove debris.

THE CITY OF KENNER IS REQUESTING YOUR IMMEDIATE HELP. PLEASE ASSIST US BY CLEARING YOUR DRAINS AND REMOVING TREE LIMBS AND BRANCHS FROM YOUR STREETS AND YARDS.

Open for Business Today:

  • Rouse's-1000 W. Esplanade
  • Star Gas Station- 2525 Williams Boulevard
  • Notoco-2125 Williams Boulevard
  • Winn-Dixie-2104 Williams Boulevard
  • Wendy's-2104 Williams Boulevard
  • Home Depot-2625 Veterans Boulevard
  • Shell Gas Station-2505 W. Metairie Avenue
  • Ice House-2151 Williams Boulevard
  • Circle M Food Store- 4340 Williams Boulevard (CASH ONLY)
  • Shop N' Go Deli-4345 Williams Boulevard (CASH ONLY)
  • Kenner is requesting all businesses open for business contact the Kenner EOC at 504-468-7200 with your location, telephone number, and hours of operation.
  • Kenner City Hall is closed throughFriday, August 31, 2012. City Hall will re-open for normal business hours Tuesday, September 4th.
  • The Jefferson Parish Public School System has canceled classes through Labor Day, and are scheduled to reopen on Tuesday, September 4th.
  • Garbage collection is canceled for Thursday, August 30th.
  • Continue to limit water use.  The heavy and constant rain has placed strain on the sewerage system. Please refrain from the use of dishwashers and washing machines, and limit shower usage. 

 

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