St. Landry Parish Government - Working Together for Better Communities

Bill Fontenot, President, St. Landry Parish, is releasing the estimated start dates for the road work contained within Phase 1 of the Smooth Ride Home rural road improvement program. The schedule was completed by the program's engineering firms along with the construction companies who were awarded the contracts through the public bid process.
 
Some work has already been completed on a few of the roads, West Atchafalaya, Acadiana and Austin.  All estimated start dates are subject to change based on weather delays and other circumstances beyond our control. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a ST. LANDRY PARISH COUNCIL MEETING has been called and will be held as stated below:

DATE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 TIME: 6:00 P.M.
LOCATION: OLD CITY MARKET, 131 W. BELLEVUE ST., OPELOUSAS, LA

These are important meetings and you are urged to attend.
BY ORDER OF THE ST. LANDRY PARISH COUNCIL /s/ Hurlin Dupre, Chairman

Wednesday, September 17, 2014 St. Landry Parish Council Regular Meeting Amended Agenda

More than 700 people, many dressed in red, white and blue and quite a few in full military uniform, attended the long-awaited dedication of the St. Landry Parish Veterans Memorial this week. The dedication ceremony at the memorial, located at 5348 La. 182 immediately south of Opelousas, took more than two hours. Despite that, nobody left before the sun set Wednesday, when volunteers pulled the cord to unveil the memorial and the bronze statue of a kneeling soldier that tops it. Engraved in gold on the memorial are the names of every man and woman in St.

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