A Tropical Weather message from Mayor Timothy “Tim” Monceaux

The City of Crowley was spared from very high winds and serious flooding from Hurricane Barry, which is now Tropical Storm Barry; however, there were three downed trees, but, fortunately, no injuries reported. A big thank you to all of our citizens for heeding the request of remaining off the roads during this storm event. I would like to thank the Crowley fire department, volunteer firemen, police department, reserve police officers and members of the street department for their quick response and clearing of the roads caused by the downed trees. I urge everyone to use extreme caution and to please immediately report any downed power lines or trees to the Crowley police department.  I would also like to thank Mr. James Simon and his emergency management team, as well as Sheriff K. P. Gibson for their efforts and updates as they occur. We will resume removal and cleanup of debris on Monday morning July 15th.   Please continue to be vigilant and do not let your guard down.  TS Barry still has the potential to be a big rain event for our area through Monday.  On Monday,  I ask you to call city hall at 783-0824 to report any debris to be removed.  Please travel safely and take all necessary precautions for your well-being and please keep in your prayers all those who were affected by the storm.   Thank you.

A Message From
Mayor Timothy “Tim” Monceaux

The City of Crowley was spared from very high winds and serious flooding from Hurricane Barry, which is now Tropical Storm Barry; however, there were three downed trees, but, fortunately, no injuries reported. A big thank you to all of our citizens for heeding the request of remaining off the roads during this storm event. I would like to thank the Crowley fire department, volunteer firemen, police department, reserve police officers and members of the street department for their quick response and clearing of the roads caused by the downed trees. I urge everyone to use extreme caution and to please immediately report any downed power lines or trees to the Crowley police department.  I would also like to thank Mr. James Simon and his emergency management team, as well as Sheriff K. P. Gibson for their efforts and updates as they occur. We will resume removal and cleanup of debris on Monday morning July 15th.   Please continue to be vigilant and do not let your guard down.  TS Barry still has the potential to be a big rain event for our area through Monday.  On Monday,  I ask you to call city hall at 783-0824 to report any debris to be removed.  Please travel safely and take all necessary precautions for your well-being and please keep in your prayers all those who were affected by the storm.   Thank you.

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