Lafayette Public Library System Suspends Drive-Thru Services; Digital Resources Available
All Lafayette Public Library locations will discontinue drive-thru pickup and return services as of 5:00 PM Monday.
Housing Authority of the City of Lafayette Closes Offices
The Housing Authority of the City of Lafayette will close its offices, effective immediately, and will remain closed until April 12, 2020, due to Coronavirus.
Lafayette Mayor-President Guillory Calls For Cancellation of All Mass Public Gatherings Through Sunday, March 15, 2020
This will include all public meetings, events, programming and extra-curricular activities in an effort to curb the potential spread of the virus.
Lafayette Council Chair Wants More Review on Ordinances to Abolish EDDs
Mayor-President Josh Guillory submitted five (5) individual ordinances for City Council consideration during the March 3rd meeting to abolish each Economic Development District (EDD).
Lafayette Mayor-President Josh Guillory Names Interim Directors
Mayor-President Josh Guillory has named interim directors for the newly created Drainage Department and the Traffic, Roads & Bridges Department (TRB).
LCG Charter Transition Committee To Take Public Comment On Dec. 10
A special meeting of the Charter Transition Committee will be held on Tuesday, December 10 at 3:45 p.m. in the City-Parish Council Auditorium.
Thanksgiving To Affect LCG Waste & Transit Services
Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, Lafayette Transit System and Republic Services will not run on Thursday, November 28.
Robideaux Makes Temporary Leadership Changes At LUS & LUS Fiber
Lafayette Mayor-President Joel Robideaux has appointed new Interim Directors at Lafayette Utilities System (LUS) and its sister telecommunications system, LUS Fiber.
Designated On-Street Early Voter Parking
On-street reserved parking will be available at no fee for early voters from Sept. 28 through Oct. 5.
Gov. Edwards, DOTD Sec. Wilson Lead Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For Albertson Parkway Completion
Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards joined Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) Secretary Shawn D. Wilson, Ph.D., as well as local and state officials, to celebrate the completion of the Albertson Parkway widening project in Lafayette Parish.
Sen. John Kennedy Announces $8.3 Million Grant For Dredging In South Louisiana
U.S. Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) announces an $8.3 million Army grant to fund dredging on waterways in south Louisiana.
Taxable Sales Up Across Lafayette Parish
With more than $537 million in sales in June, year-to-date taxable sales have reached $3.09 billion. Year-to-date sales are up 4.6% from 2018 and up 6.9% from 2017.
$2 Million Grant Going To Parking At Lafayette Regional Airport
The Lafayette Airport Commission will receive a $2 million grant from the Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration to construct and rehabilitate parking facilities at the Lafayette Regional Airport.
Storm Debris Collection Continues In Lafayette Parish
Storm debris collection continues through Lafayette Consolidated Government’s (LCG) contractor, DRC Emergency Services (DRC).
Tropical Storm Barry Debris Collection
Additional storm debris collection will continue through Lafayette Consolidated Government’s (LCG) contractor, DNC Emergency Services (DNC).
Plans For New Animal Shelter Move Forward
Mayor-President Joel Robideaux signed an ordinance that re-allocates funds for the construction of a new Lafayette Animal Shelter and Care Center (LASCC).
Stuller Family Foundation Contributes To Lafayette Sheriff’s Search & Rescue Team
The Stuller Family Foundation donated nearly $50,000 to support the efforts of the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue (SAR) Team on Friday.
The “ROBE” Golf Tournament To Honor Late Cajun Coach
UL athletic supporters, baseball fans and all who admired and respected Ragin’ Cajun coach Tony Robichaux will have an opportunity to honor the late coach and provide financial assistance for his family at the inaugural “Robe” Golf Tournament.
Higgins Announces $2.4M For Ile des Cannes Flood Control Project
Congressman Clay Higgins (R-LA) announced today that the Ile des Cannes flood control project in Scott, La. will receive $2,400,000 in funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Storm Debris Collection In Lafayette Parish
Though Tropical Storm Barry has passed, evidence of the storm’s strong winds and rain remain throughout the community.