As Tropical Storm Nicholas is making its way on land into Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana, some Acadiana parishes have opened up sandbag locations.

Below is a list of some of the places where residents can get sandbags.

Lafayette Parish

Lafayette City and Parish 

  • North District site - 400 Dugas Road (located off North University Avenue), Lafayette
  • Picard Park - 130 Park Lane, Lafayete

Broussard

  • City Hall, 310 E. Main Street (behind City Hall)
  • Deer Meadow Subdivision (corner of Deer Meadow Boulevard and Myette Point Street)
  • Broadview Drive (by Broussard Community Center)

Carencro

  • Community Center, 5115 N. University Avenue (behind the Community Center)

Duson

  • Duson Park at South A Street

Scott

  • Public Works Department, 116 Lions Club Road (Scott residents should first call City Hall to find out if the site is open)

Youngsville

  • 333 S Larriviere Road (Youngsville residents should first call City Hall to find out if the site is open)

St. Landry Parish

  • Behind the Yambilee Building at 1939 W. Landry in Opelousas
  • Sandbags are available Monday and Tuesday.

Iberia Parish

  • B.O.M. Fire Station
  • Grand Marais Fire Station
  • Coteau Fire Station
  • Delcambre Water Tower
  • Loreauville City Park
  • Lydia Fire Station
  • Jeanerette at Fire Department
  • Rynella at Fire Department

Jeff Davis Parish

Jennings / Iowa

  • Jennings Police Jury Road Yard - Airport Road, Jennings
  • Hathaway Fire Station - Hwy 102, Jennings
  • Fire District No. 2 - 5396 Pine Island Highway, Jennings
  • Woodlawn Fire Station - 20487 LA 101, Iowa
  • Fire District No. 3 - 11055 LA 101 South, Iowa
  • Fire District No. 5 - 23405 LA 383, Iowa
  • Fenton Yard - 18677 Estes Road, Iowa

Lake Arthur / Lacassine / Fenton / Ragley

  • Lake Arthur Community Center - 701 8th St, Lake Arthur
  • Lacassine Fire Station - 314 Anne Street, Lacassine
  • Fenton Police Jury Yard - Estes Road, Fenton
  • Fenton Elementary, 509 1st Street, Fenton
  • Fire District No. 7, 135 North Lane, Ragley

Welsh / Elton / Roanoke

  • Welsh Police Jury Yard - across from Welsh Community Center, Welsh
  • Fire District No. 3 - 20487 LA 101, Welsh
  • Fire District No. 3 - 6475 LA 99, Welsh
  • Fire District No. 3 - 17155 LA 90, Welsh
  • Elton Town Hall - 1302 Main Street, Elton
  • Fire District No. 1 - 14132 LA 395, Roanoke

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