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Winter Weather: St. Martin Parish

Posted at 9:39 AM, Feb 15, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-15 13:34:35-05

As of 9 a.m. Monday, the St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office is reporting the following road closures:

I-10 Eastbound and Westbound from mile marker 118 to 135 (Atchafalaya Basin Bridge), Including Iberville Parish is closed to vehicular travel along with Sawmill at the bridge overpass, 1200 block of Sawmill (small bridge), Bordelon Road Overpass, and the Pontoon Bridge.
Please do not attempt to bypass barricades that are put in place, they are there to keep you safe.
Please DO NOT travel on the roadways. Please do not attempt to sightsee. Conditions are extremely dangerous, especially on elevated roadways. Your safety is of utmost importance.
Keep your phones and other electronic devices charged so that you are prepared in the event of a power outage.
For the latest road closure information,
please visit or download the Louisiana 511 mobile app for additional information. Motorists may also monitor the LA DOTD website at, by selecting MYDOTD, or by visiting the DOTD Facebook and Twitter pages.

We have no other reports of road closures in the parish. The sheriff's office is closed, but you can reach them at 788-8772 or you can call 911 for emergencies.

Here's a message from Sheriff Becket Breaux:

We have no reports of power outages in the parish. For updates, click here.

Here are the parish closures we've found:
The St. Martin Council on Aging says they will not deliver meals on Monday, February 15 due to impending weather conditions. SMCOA will also be closed on Tuesday, February 16 in observance of the Mardi Gras holiday. Services resume Wednesday.

St. Martinville City Hall will be closed Monday, February 15th due to weather

To see road closures across the state and in the area, click here.

To see closures across the state and in Acadiana, click here.

For winter weather tips, click here.

Here are some viewer-submitted photos of weather across St. Martin Parish:

Sebastian Thurmond sent this in from Breaux Bridge: