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Make Your Business, Hurricane Ready
Preparedness And Recovery Plan
Governor Edwards has issued a state of emergency for Tropical Storm Ida.
State of Emergency
Remains in effect until September 27, 2021, unless terminated sooner.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued a regional Hours of Service waiver for the following states due to Hurricane Ida: LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA, ARKANSAS, TENNESSE, and TEXAS, through September 28, 2021.
Federal Regional Hours of Service Waiver
An RVP waiver was granted for Louisiana and Mississippi. Hurricane Ida Fuel Waivers for Louisiana and Mississippi.
This waiver is effective immediately and will continue through September 15, 2021.
A second RVP waiver was granted for Louisiana and Mississippi….2nd RVP Waiver for Louisiana and Mississippi.
Hurricane Ida - First Amended Declaration of Emergency and Administrative Order August 28, 2021
Declaration of Emergency and Administrative Order - In the Matter of Tropical Storm Ida August 27, 2021
The IRS has extended the dyed diesel fuel penalty relief for certain parishes in Louisiana. This relief will remain in effect till September 30, 2021. Please see the link below for more information.
Dyed Diesel Waiver
The LA Department of Revenue has extended the September 15 end date of RIB 21-022 to September 30 for the original 25 parishes in conformity with the IRS relief (it is posted on the LDR website).