Curfews being lifted after Tropical Storm Barry



Curfew in place from 8pm 7/13/19 until 6am 7/14/19. This curfew has now been lifted.


Curfew in effect from 8 p.m. Saturday, July 13 to 8 a.m. Sunday, July 14.


Parish is under a curfew from 8 p.m. Saturday, July 13 to 6 a.m. Sunday, July 14.


Curfew in place starting at dawn on Saturday, July 13, 2019 to dusk on Sunday, July 14, 2019. This curfew has been lifted.

LATEST OUT OF LIVINGSTON PARISH: CURFEW ANNOUNCED IN ANTICIPATION OF BARRY’S IMPACTHere’s the latest from Sheriff Jason Ard Livingston Parish & Layton Ricks – Livingston Parish President:Sheriff Jason Ard: Hey, this is Sheriff Jason Ard. Here with Parish President Layton Ricks. Just want to give everybody an update. Just had a conference call with our Police Chiefs and our Fire Chiefs – just making sure we all stay in contact. Right now, we're doing what everybody else is doing. We're watching. We're prepared. We have deputies out in full force. Again, we're staying in communication with all law enforcement and fire chiefs. In case anything comes up, we're more than prepared and ready to handle it. Again, pay attention, stay prepared and wait and see what happens. Parish President Layton Ricks: Other thing we want to say, too – we've got a lot of sand and sand bags out. We're continuing to put sand and sand bags out. We encourage people to pick up everything out of their yards that could possibly blow down in our ditches and culverts – that's some things we found when we were cleaning them out. So, that would help us a lot. It would also benefit you. And, certainly we want to encourage everyone to stay off the roadways as much as possible so emergency personnel can respond a little more safely to things that they need to. Along those lines, I will be announcing a CURFEW TONIGHT FROM DUSK UNTIL DAWN! That will go into effect. That will give people enough time. And, the Sheriff and his deputies will use discretion. We understand some of you have to work. You have to be out. They'll use their discretion. It's important that we not have sight-seers and people who just want to ride around and be on the road tonight. Sheriff Jason Ard: Again, if you don't have to be out – don't be out. No reason to go around sight-seeing. It's dangerous. You're going to tie up a first responder having to do a rescue on something that is not necessary when we can pay attention to what is necessary. So, again PLEASE work with us and not against us. We know sometimes this is inconvenient. But, safety first. We just want everybody to be safe. We've been through this before. We will enforce this curfew. We will use our discretion. But, go ahead and take necessary steps to prepare for this. Be prepared to possibly run into a deputy. He will question you and we will be going around visiting our businesses shortly to let them know about the curfew. Parish President Layton Ricks: We also want to encourage people – please call your family, your friends, whoever you need to talk to. We know a lot of people are still feeling the effects of 2016. We're hearing it everyday. We're seeing it in your eyes. We went through it. Law Enforcement went through it. We went through it from the workforce. We understand how everybody feels. We'll get through this. We've made it through a lot worse than what we're expecting today. Don't want to take too lightly. Want to be prepared. But, we will get through this. Sheriff Jason Ard: That's right. #Serving #Protecting

Posted by Livingston Parish Sheriff on Saturday, July 13, 2019


Update: Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle has issued a new curfew: July 13th, 2019, 10:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M. He urges residents to stay off of the roads, if at all possible. We anticipate strong wind gusts to continue and heavy rains to begin this afternoon through the evening hours.


The city of Thibodaux is putting a curfew in place for Tropical Storm Barry.

Mayor Tommy Eschete and Chief of Police Bryan Zeringue will implement a curfew for the City Limits.

 The curfew will begin at 10:00 p.m. on Friday, July 12 and be lifted at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 13.

Chief Zeringue reminds all citizens of the importance of this curfew, but we will give business employees an opportunity to travel home shortly after the curfew goes into effect. If anyone is found to be violating this curfew during the slotted time, proper action will be taken against them. Please follow this order and stay safe.


Sheriff Brett Stassi confirms Iberville Parish will be under curfew from Midnight tonight until daybreak tomorrow


Terrebonne Paris Sheriff, Jerry J. Larpenter has signed a curfew order for Terrebonne Parish. this order will begin at 10pm tonight and will end at 10am on Saturday July 13, 2019. If it is deemed necessary to extend the curfew, an update will be posted.

The curfew is deemed necessary for the safety and well being of the citizens of Terrebonne Parish due to the predictions of the National Weather Service for extremely high winds and torrential rainfall during those hours.

Sheriff Larpenter would like to remind you that during curfew, only authorized emergency vehicles, such as Police, Fire and EMS will be allowed on the roads in Terrebonne Parish.

We will continue to update the public on storm activity on this page as necessary.


A parish wide curfew is in effect beginning Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 12:00 P.M. through Sunday, July 14, 2019 a t 6:00 P.M. The curfew will be strictly enforced and is necessary due to the extreme conditions expected from Tropical Storm Barry.

Only essential or critical workforce will be allowed to be on a public street or place during this time. This curfew is being put into effect to save lives and keep people out of danger.


A parish wide curfew is in effect starting Saturday, July 13 at 8 p.m. and ending on Sunday, July 14 at 6 a.m.

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