BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – With residents still recovering from Hurricane Ida, the City of Baton Rouge is opening four Community Recharge Stations on Friday, September 3.
According to the Office of Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome, the Community Recharge Stations will have:
- Air conditioning
- WiFi, stations for recharging electronic devices
- Food & water while supplies last
If you plan to go to one of the Community Recharge Stations listed below, you are asked to wear a mask.
Leo S Butler Community Center in partnership with Councilmember Carolyn Coleman
950 E Washington St.
MLK Community Center in partnership with Councilmember Lamont Cole
4000 Gus Young Ave.
Jewel J Newman Community Center in partnership with Councilmember Chauna Banks
2013 Central Rd
Drive-Up Community Feeding site for Friday, September 3:
Woodlawn Baptist Church in partnership with Councilman Dwight Hudson and the Salvation Army
5805 Jones Creek Rd
Along with the recharging stations, there is one drive up community feeding site available on Friday afternoon.
Details on where and when the drive up community feeding site is taking place can be found below:
BREC – N. Sherwood Forest Park in partnership with Councilmember Erika L. Green
3140 N. Sherwood Forest