Mayor and Board of Aldermen Meetings
are the second and fourth Thursday each month, 7:00 P.M., City Hall, 5901 Terry Road. Citizens are encouraged to attend.
UPDATE ON PEARL RIVER FLOODING IMPACTS
The National Weather Service Friday lowered its projected crest of the Pearl River at Jackson to be at 35 ft. Saturday evening.
The threat of flash flooding has come to an end, due to lesser rainfall expected but RIVER FLOODING CONTINUES TO BE AN ISSUE ACROSS CENTRAL MS.
TRAHON CREEK IS PREDICTED TO BE WELL OUT OF ITS BANKS AT 34’, INCHING UP ON NORTHERN NEIGHBORHOODS IN BYRAM NEAR RIVERBEND DRIVE. These subdivisions/homes were built since the last time the river was this high, therefore, we don’t know at what level water may start to impact these homes. If you live in this area, please take appropriate precautions in advance of the crest on Saturday evening. Some may need to move to higher ground in advance.
The City continues to provide sand, bags and shovels at Davis Rd. Park for Byram residents.
MENTAL HEALTH AND BYRAM POLICE STRENGTHEN PARTNERSHIP TO SAVE LIVES The Mississippi Department of Mental Health has partnered with the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics to provide a Medication Drop Box Safe to the Byram Police Department, located at 141 Southpointe Dr.