Information Provided for Doyline Evacuees
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The following information for those evacuating the town of Doyline is provided by Webster Parish Sheriff Gary Sexton, Doyline Police Chief Robert Hayden and Webster Office of Emergency Preparedness Director John Stanley.
Caney Lake Conference Center at Methodist Camp Road in Minden.
Cabins are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Meals will be provided. Please reserve for those without or with limited resources.
Lake Bistineau State Park
Group camp for 20 eight-person cabins, first-come, first served. Communal bath/kitchen, no pets allowed.
Proof of residence in Town of Doyline is required. Bring your own bedding and food RV facilities also available. Fees waived by Lt. Gov for residents of Town of Doyline in affected area.
Public Information & Assistance
318-377-1515. Dial 0 for operator
(updates beginning Saturday evening)
(for evacuation tips/reminders)
Hwy 164, east-side of town @ Amos Cutoff
Hwy 164, west-side of town @Boomtown Rd.(Bossier Parish)
Hwy 163, south-side of town @ McDowell
***This block also serves as the ONLY checkpoint for necessary reentry. Must present proof of residency to Town ofDoyline LawEnforcement.***
Pilgrim’s Rest Road at Stewart Trail
Please remember that a strong law enforcement presence from Webster and other parish agencies will be present in and around Doyline for your safety and protection of property. Please respect the boundaries and suggestions set by emergency management and officers, as they are put in place and enforced for the protection of life and property. At this time we ask that evacuating residents prepare for a 48-hour evacuation period. If that information changes, it will be updated with local media and posted to the website above. Thank you.