The Hospitality Hub is a coordinated effort between Lafayette Consolidated Government, Lafayette Travel, and the Lafayette Economic Development Authority, One Acadiana, and Downtown Lafayette to provide resources for those affected by disasters needing to navigate Lafayette and the surrounding areas. Below you will find hotel availability, health and relief resources for those sheltering, as well as places to eat and things to do.
Below you will find hotel room availability in Lafayette Parish for people affected by flooding and for 1st responders looking for housing. The list below will be updated throughout the week as we have updates. See below for the hotel listing.
The Lafayette Public Library System offers many services at no cost such as: high-speed wifi, computer use, printing, and faxing.
The Louisiana Department of Health Region 4 serves the Acadia, Evangeline, Iberia, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, and Vermillion parishes. Their offices are located at 825 Kaliste Saloom Road, BW 3, Suite 100 and can be reached by calling (337) 262-5311. Please use the quick links below to access the health information you need.
211/232-HELP provides information, education and referral services to help those in crisis return to being healthy and productive members of the community and to empower and strengthen individuals and families by connecting those in need with community and social services that address their needs.
Federal Disaster Assistance helps you find local resources including shelters and disaster relief resources based on your immediate needs and provides a list of the closest FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs), starting with the closest three.
Louisiana Disaster Preliminary Damage Self-Report Please fill out this survey to report damage to your home or business (structures only, no vehicles). Information collected here will help parish, state, and federal authorities understand how and where locations were impacted by this disaster event. This survey is to be used only for reporting damage or loss of personal property. Completion of this survey is not an application for or guarantee of assistance, nor does it initiate a claim to your insurance provider.