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PLAQUEMINES PARISH, LOUISIANA
July 30, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mortgage Assistance Town Hall Meeting Set in District 1
THE NEW PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE PROSPECTIVE HOW BUYERS DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE
PLAQUEMINES PARISH, LA &nd...
July 28, 2021
NEW PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE PROSPECTIVE HOME BUYERS DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE
PLAQUEMINES PARISH, LA – Plaquemines Parish Government has partnered with the Jefferson Parish Fin...
July 1, 2021
The Plaquemines Parish Assessor’s Office is looking for a summer intern to do light clerical work. Looking for a responsible, personable person, preferably an entering high school senior or older. Flexible on work hours, b...
Plaquemines Parish – The Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs Office has reopened its Plaquemines Parish satellite location. Staff members will be available to assist by appointment from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 333 F...
Second Round of Pandemic EBT Benefits Coming to Eligible Louisiana Children
No Application Required
BATON ROUGE - The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) has received federal approval to distribute a se...
Weather Conditions- Rain, Fog, Cold
Wind Speed Greater than 10 MPH
Mosquito Season Typically runs from April through October; Preparation starts February and March Larvicide Treatment of ditches, catch basins, drains, settin...
BELLE CHASSE, La. – The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announces an upcoming patching and resurfacing project on LA 23 (Belle Chasse Highway) from Barriere Road to Russell Drive in Plaquemines Parish.
The $4,432,777 projec...
LEPINE TO SERVE AS THE CHAIR OF RPC
Parish President Kirk Lepine will serve as this year’s Chair of the New Orleans Regional Planning Commission.
As Chairman of RPC, President Lepine is responsible for running all board meetings and signing contra...
??Hurricane Season Starts Soon??
Parish entities gathered together with Director Ken Graham of the NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center, US National Weather Service New Orleans Louisiana, and our state partners, Louisiana Governor's Office of Homela...
Have enough emergency supplies to last for at least three days (72 hours). At a minimum, be sure to include:
See below for sandbag locations. Residents should bring their own shovels and only take what they need.
Bags will be provided.
Residents can fill their sandbags at the following locations: