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Sep 3, 2021

Cleco provides additional restoration estimates

Buras Ranch Rd_Covington

Power restored to 60 percent of customers

PINEVILLE, La. – Sept. 3, 2021 (5 p.m.)
– As of 5 p.m. today, Cleco has restored power to over 58,000 of the roughly 97,000 customers in St. Tammany Parish who lost electricity after Hurricane Ida. 

Restoration Estimates
Below are estimated times for restoration (ETR).  Additional ETRs will be shared, as they become available.  Please note that unexpected damage or inclement weather could impact restoration efforts and timelines. 

Washington Parish:

  • North Washington Parish
    • Franklinton north to the town of Clifton and Mt. Hermon – ETR 5 to 7 days
  • South Washington Parish
    • Town of Franklinton south to Town of Enon – ETR 5 to 7 days


    St. Tammany Parish:
    Slidell

  • Power has been restored to:
    • Canulette Road
    • New Kingspoint subdivision
    • ETR today, Friday, Sept. 3
      • Fountain Estates subdivision
      • West Pinewood Dr.
      • Beverly Hills subdivision
    • ETR – Saturday, Sept. 4
      • Huntwyck subdivision

    Abita Springs

  • ETR 2-6 days
    • Hwy. 36 between Abita and Covington, including Robindale subdivision and The Vineyards subdivision
  • ETR 3-6 days
    • Level Street and Hwy. 435
  • ETR 4-6 days
    • Range Line Road
    • Wilson Road

    Mandeville

  • ETR Saturday, Sept. 4
    • Magnolia Ridge subdivision
  • ETR 2 - 3 days
    • Golden Shores
    • Mariners Blvd.
  • ETR 3 - 4 days
    • Deer Run
  • ETR 5-7 days
    • Woodridge
    • Tanglewood
  • ETR 8 - 10 days
    • Monroe Street area
    • Bigner Road

    Covington

  • ETR – 3 days
    • 26th Ave. and Jefferson Street area – Power restoration ongoing with full restoration expected in 3 days
  • ETR – 5 to 7 days
    • Off River Road – Covington Point and River Glen subdivisions
    • 28th Ave. and Tyler Street area
    • Menetre Drive area
    • Parts of Oak Alley subdivision
  • ETR – 5 to 10 days
    • Oak Alley subdivision
    • Savannah subdivision
    • Part of Covington Point
  • ETR – 8 to 10 days
    • Flowers Estates
    • Jahncke Avenue
    • Jefferson Ave. (around St. Paul’s High School)
    • Pruden Creek subdivision
    • Simpson Farms subdivision
    • Pruden Acres
    • Penn Mill Place
    • U.S. Hwy. 190 around Covington High School
    • Hwy. 21 (Military Road)
    • Area west of St. Tammany Parish Hospital
    • Hwy. 25 North of Covington (includes Penn Mill Lakes, River Park Crossing, Beechwood Gardens and Normandy Oaks)

    Madisonville

  • ETR – 5 to 7 days
  • ETR – Saturday, Sept. 4

    Subdivisions:

    • Tchefuncte Trace
    • Shady Oaks
    • Belle Terre
    • Stonebridge
    • Commercial area around Hwy. 21 and I-12
    • Dummyline Road and Hwy. 1077 (includes Black River)
  • ETR – 2 days
    • Ponchartrain Oaks
  • Port Louis subdivision
  • Hwy. 22 west of Madisonville
  • ETR – 5 to 10 days
    • Madison Ridge Estates
    • Pine Creek Acres
    • Coquille
    • Belle Pointe

    Goodbee

  • ETR – 5 to 7 days
    • Hwy. 1077 North of Hwy. 1085 incudes subdivisions, Tuscany West and Spring Lake

Lacombe

  • Fish Hatchery Road area – 8 to 10 days
  • Lake Road area – 50 percent today, Friday, Sept. 3, and 5-7 days ETR for remaining 50 percent
  • Oak Lawn Road area – 8 to 10 days
  • Hwy. 190 east toward Slidell – 20 percent of customers will be restored today, and the remainder restoration work will occur over the next 5 to 10 days due to multiple broken poles.

Power Outages as of 5 p.m.  

Parish

Customers Affected

Customers Served

Percent of Customers Affected

St. Tammany

38,922

96,974

40%

Washington

797

799

100%