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LIST: Flooded streets in Biloxi

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The following is a list of Biloxi roads where flooding has been reported: 

Desoto St. & Forrest Ave. 

Iroquois St. North of Thelma 

Beach Blvd. Westbound between Holley St. & Keller Ave. 

Fernwood Rd. & DeBuys Rd. 

Lorraine Rd. in the area of Daffy's & Orangutangs 11000 block of Lorraine) 

Cedar St. & 3rd St. 

Cedar Lake Rd. at the bridge 

Causeway Dr.  

Beach Blvd. at Iberville

Holley St. from Esters Blvd. to Austin St. 

Irish Hill Dr. at St.Peter St. 

Shirene Ln. 

City of Biloxi Sandbag locations:

  • Cavalier Park - Lawrence St.
  • Biloxi Soccer Fields/Dog Park - Popp's Ferry Rd.
  • Fire Station #8 - Woolmarket Rd.

Click here to see a full list of Sandbag locations across South Mississippi.

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