WASHINGTON, D.C. (BRPROUD) — Louisiana senators say $90,988,247 in FEMA grants for hurricane recovery are coming to the state.

According to officials, funds will be for Hurricane Katrina, Laura, Delta, and Ida recovery.

“This $91 million will help south and central Louisiana clear debris, fix infrastructure and recover from other hurricane damage that hit our communities,” said Senator John Kennedy.

“This is big for families in Louisiana who have had a long road to recovery,” said Senator Bill Cassidy. “Louisiana is still rebuilding, but one thing is certain—we will fully rebuild.”

Where funds will be going:

  • $69,174,600 to the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury for debris removal related to Hurricane Laura.
  • $5,879,314 to Rapides Parish for public assistance debris removal related to Hurricane Laura.
  • $4,684,272 to the Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff’s Office for the public assistance program related to Hurricane Katrina.
  • $2,620,625 to St. Helena Parish for right-of-way debris removal and monitoring related to Hurricane Ida.
  • $1,769,842 to the city of Sulphur for emergency protective measures related to Hurricane Laura.
  • $1,764,884 to the Chennault International Airport Authority for damages to a pumphouse that Hurricane Laura damaged.
  • $1,555,518 to Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District to replace a transit shed that Hurricane Laura damaged.
  • $1,251,696 to the Tangipahoa Parish School System for emergency protective measures related to Hurricane Ida.
  • $1,251,420 to the Catahoula Parish Police Jury for permanent repairs to Jug Bend Road related to Hurricane Delta.
  • $1,036,076 to the city of Denham Springs for right of way debris removal and monitoring related to Hurricane Ida.