USACE’s mobile Blue Roof sign-up vehicles in Assumption, St. Charles, Tangipahoe, Terrebonne parishes

USACE Hurricane Recovery Mission RFO
Published Sept. 30, 2021
Updated: Oct. 1, 2021
Contractors for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) continue to perform Blue Roof installations for free to homeowners affected by Hurricane Ida.

St. TAMMANY PARISH (Sept. 9, 2021) -- Contractors for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) continue to perform Blue Roof installations for free to homeowners affected by Hurricane Ida.

BATON ROUGE, Lousiana -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is announcing the latest mobile locations for its Blue Roof program sign up starting Sept 30.

The three Mobile Communication Vehicles (MCVs) will be in place from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily to assist residents with Hurricane Ida structural roof damage apply for the Federal

Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) assigned USACE managed Blue Roof program.

Locations in Tangipahoa Parish:
- Amite Public Library 204 NE Central Ave. Amite, LA (Oct. 1-2)
- *UPDATED Eagle Heights Church 47318 Rufus Bankston Rd #4518 Tickfaw, LA (Oct. 3)
- Hammond Library, 314 E. Thomas St. Hammond, LA (Oct. 4-6)

Location in St. Assumption Parish:
- *UPDATED Belle Rose Library 7089 LA-1, Belle Rose, LA 70341 (Oct. 1)
- *UPDATED Labadieville Middle School 2747 LA-1, Labadieville, LA (Oct. 2-3)

Location in St. Charles Parish:
- Alan Artebury Building/FEMA DRC, 14564 River Rd., New Sarpey, LA (Oct. 4-6)

Locations in Terrebonne Parish:
- 3818 Highway 665, Pointe Aux Chene, LA (Sept. 30- Oct. 1)
- Montegut Carnival Club, Inc. 112 Recreation Dr. Montegut, LA (Oct. 2-4)

Note: Locations are subject to change.

Operation Blue Roof aims to provide homeowners in disaster areas with fiber-reinforced sheeting to cover their damaged roofs until permanent repairs are made. This program is a free service to homeowners. Operation Blue Roof protects property, reduces temporary housing costs, and allows residents to remain in their homes while recovering from the storm. The deadline to apply for this service is Oct. 15, 2021.

This program is for primary residences or a permanently occupied rental property with less than 50 percent structural damage. Vacation rental properties are not eligible for this program. After the blue roof is installed, the structure is declared habitable. Flat roofs or roofs made of clay, slate or asbestos tile do not qualify. All storm debris must be removed for the roof to qualify.

Homeowners can visit to apply. Here, homeowners can sign up for Blue Roof assistance using a Right of Entry (ROE) form, which gathers information about your residence. The ROE is a legal document that allows Corps workers to access your property and assess your home's damage. The ROE also allows contracted crews to work on your roof. To cancel your ROE, residents can send an email to, call 888-Roof Blu (888-766-3258) or visit

Residents can call toll free 1-888-ROOF-BLU (1-888-766-3258) for more information regarding this program.

Luciano Vera, Public Affairs

Release no. 21-089