Restoration Times for Louisiana,
including Hardest Hit Areas


Map 

Click here for Estimated Restoration Times* for the River Parishes, Terrebonne and Lafourche 

*Please note map dates are estimates and may vary based upon restoration efforts. For the most accurate information, please download the Entergy app or sign up for text alerts.


Last updated 9/26/21 @ 11 a.m.

Lafourche Parish - Estimated Date of Restoration:  September 29

Number of outages:  Outage numbers will continue to fluctuate throughout the day as crews are working on lines and switching customers in and out.

Area Notes: While the estimated date of restoration is September 29 for the vast majority or 90% of customers, we have already begun powering critical facilities and other social infrastructure within the parish in advance of this date. We expect to continue this focus while we expand to residential areas and restore power to the parish.  The area suffered massive damage, and the electric network in southern portions of the parish will have to be completely rebuilt.  These areas, including Golden Meadow and areas south of Golden Meadow, may experience outages that extend beyond September 29.  We are currently evaluating alternate solutions to be able to safely provide power as quickly as possible.  The majority of customers in Lockport, Raceland, Matthews and Cutoff that can take power have been restored including Bollinger Shipyard.  In the Valentine community, crews have made significant progress with power restoration to customers and have distribution resources focused on restoring power to the Lockport area including Lafourche Parish Career Magnet and L.E. Fletcher Community College South campus.  Crews continue to restore power in Golden Meadow.  A significant amount of damage remains in this area; however, additional crews have been moved into the area to assist with restoration efforts. Crews will continue to restore power where it is safe to do so.  Power has been restored up to South Lafourche High School and Lady of the Sea Hospital and were able to utilize a mobile substation to provide power to the LOOP tank farm and provide power to a number of customers. Restoration crews continue to restore power in Galliano area.  There remains a significant amount of damage.  Additional crews have been moved into the area to assist and crews will continue to restore power where it is safe to do so. 

Lower Jefferson Parish - Estimated Date of Restoration:  September 29

Number of outages:  Outage numbers will continue to fluctuate throughout the day as crews are working on lines and switching customers in and out.

Area Notes: The area suffered massive damage.  Accessibility issues continue to present challenges.  Grand Isle will be a rebuild rather than repaired. 

Terrebonne Parish - Estimated Date of Restoration:  September 29

Number of outages:  Outage numbers will continue to fluctuate throughout the day as crews are working on lines and switching customers in and out.

Area Notes: While the estimated date of restoration is September 29 for the vast majority or 90% of customers, we have already begun powering critical facilities and other social infrastructure within the parish in advance of this date.   Continued need for traffic control and specialized equipment to assist in areas with accessibility issues. As we move south, we move more into a rebuild status. There are many customers whose homes or businesses have been destroyed and will need to reach to Entergy to final the account until their home or business site can be cleaned up and rebuilt.  Customers are encouraged to check their breakers if they see that their neighbors have power and they still do not.  The majority of Terrebonne Parish West customers have been restored, with the most outages left in the Coteau substation area.  Crews continue to work on individual transformer tickets and taps throughout the network. Work continues along Hwy 182 at 98% completion; water routes 100% completed.  Crews continue to work trouble tickets, including an area near Alma Street and Monarch Drive in Houma.  We have completed work in north of Hwy 90 off of Little Bayou Black and power has been restored including Fletcher Technical Community College to K&B.  In the Houma Substation area, we have energized the main distribution lines and are continuing to make repairs to laterals and taps. We have completed most of repairs to laterals and taps out of Houma Substation area. Work on individual transformer cases will continue. Extensive work continues in the Chauvin and Montegut substation areas including Hwys 55, 56, and 58. 


Please note that these restoration dates represent the vast majority of customers who can safely accept power and a few customers in the most affected areas could still be without power for longer. These estimates are subject to change as we continue with restoration work, and we will issue updates as we learn more. 


Please note, dates are by end of day for restoration.