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Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans
The Sewerage and Water Board has been serving citizens and protecting the environment since 1899. Originally formed to combat disease by providing safe drinking water and eliminating the health hazards of open sewer ditches, today the S&WB continues its mission using 21st century technology.
Water and sewer leaks can be reported Online or by calling (504)52-WATER (529-2837)
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Progress... Devastation to Recovery to Restoration to Rebuilding Ten Years Later
Posted 8/26/2015 1:25:18 PM
The Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans has published a comprehensive book which provides detailed information on the 10 years of progress since Hurricane Katrina. The book documents the personal experiences of SWB employees, as they literally risked their lives and their personal safety to salvage and repair the vital Sewerage & Water Board facilities and equipment that made it possible to de-water the city in only 11 days after the levee breeches were repaired, and highlights the progress made in rebuilding smarter, stronger, more reliable and more resilient infrastructure. In addition to the articles, the book is filled with before and after photos of facilities and the many initiatives to rebuild and fortify the most complex water, sewer, drainage and power infrastructure in the country.
Recommendations for Boil-Water Advisories
Posted 7/30/2015 10:53:43 AM
A boil-water advisory is a public health announcement that the public should boil tap water before drinking it. This document, which will be permanently housed in our Emergency Information section, contains information and recommendations for use during boil-water advisories.
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Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control (SELA) Contact Information
Posted 2/18/2015 10:13:53 AM
For questions or concerns about the Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control Program (SELA), please call the SELA Information Line at 504-585-2450. SELA projects currently under construction are: Florida Avenue Canal, S. Claiborne Avenue Canal, Louisiana Avenue Canal, Napoleon Avenue Canal, and Jefferson Avenue Canal.
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