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Bank Customers in Areas Affected by Recent Hurricanes

Topics covering mortgage/loan repayment, access to money, consumer/credit issues, flood insurance, and bank operations/deposit insurance.

City Assisted Evacuation- RTA Hurricane Prep & Evacuation Plans

The Atlantic Hurricane season occurs yearly from June 1 through November 30. In the event of a major hurricane impacting the city of New Orleans, RTA partners with NOLA Ready and the City of New Orleans to assist in evacuating residents who cannot safely do so on their own. In the event of a mandatory evacuation, the following locations will be used as evacuation pick-up areas called Evacuspots. RTA buses will transport evacuees from these spots to the Smoothie King Center where they will be safely evacuated out of the city. Pick-ups from evacuspots end 30 hours before a storm reaches the area.

Dealing With Weather Emergencies

Preparing for a Weather Emergency, Staying Alert to Disaster-related Scams, Getting Back on Your Feet Financially, and Resources.

How Can I Check a Used Car History? Search VIN Check

Free database to search by VIN to see if a car has been an unrecovered stolen or salvage vehicle.

Hurricane Tips: A Checklist

Explains how to get ready for a hurricane and what to do afterward.

Louisiana Disaster Assistance

The Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) serves as the Governor's Authorized Representative for disaster events and is responsible for coordinating resources for state and local governments, private non-profits and our Louisiana citizenry.

Older Adults Disaster Planning Guide

Information and resources tailored to older people to help them weather a disaster.

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