Stay At Home Order: Change to entry procedures

Dear Homeowners and Residents,

In light of the recent mandatory Stay at Home Order from both the state and the parish, we are making a few changes to our entry admittance procedures for guests and visitors. These changes will impact drivers of vehicles without a Beau Chene decal and/or RFID tag that also do not have a valid temporary pass. Per the order, we are all to shelter at home unless we fall into the categories of either those providing essential services, or those leaving home in search of essential services.  Essential services include home health care, food and grocery delivery, mail and package delivery, and include many critical trades like plumbers, electricians, HVAC and other services.

Consequently, all non-essential, non-resident guests and visitors (I.e. anyone without a decal, RFID tag or valid temporary pass) will be allowed entry into Beau Chene as per the following:

Between 7am and 8pm, any non-essential guests seeking entry into the neighborhood must be able to provide the security guards at the gate with the name and property address of the resident who they are desiring to visit or are members of the Beau Chene Country Club.  Common sense would dictate that if they cannot provide this basic info, then they are either unexpected, or have no real reason to access our subdivision.   

Between 8pm and 7am, any non-essential guests seeking entry into the neighborhood will require to be cleared by a resident of Beau Chene. The resident seeking to bring in a guest should call the gate (or gates) in advance to advise the guard of the individual guest’s name.   If this is not done, the guest will be denied entry and instructed to exit the subdivision. Any potential guest denied entry during this time should be able to contact the resident they are seeking to visit and have them call the security officer at the appropriate guardhouse to gain clearance.  

Security Guards at:

Main Guard Gate 985-845-7560

East Guard Gate 985-845-8495

Marina Guard Gate 985-845-7022

Here is a link to the Governor’s Stay At Home Order for your reference:

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