LAFAYETTE PARISH
Downtown Development Authority Property Tax Renewal
Yes:71% (111)
No: 29% (45)

ST. MARTIN PARISH
St. Martinville Mayor
Melinda Mitchell: 42% (853)
Jason Willis: 58% (1,161)

St. Martinville Council, District 4
Janise Anthony: 50% (219)
James Charles: 50% (217)

St. Martinville Council, District 5
Florita Chatman: 56% (245)
Leander Williams: 44% (190)

Sales Tax District No. 1 Tax Renewal
Yes: 73% (954)
No: 27% (353)

Recreation District No. 1 Millage Renewal
Yes: 72% (73)
No: 28% (29)

ST. LANDRY PARISH
School Board, District 5
Jason Halphen: 43% (482)
Bianca Vedell: 57% (636)

Lawtell Gravity Drainage District Millage Renewal
Yes: 70% (68)
No: 30% (29)

VERMILION PARISH
Abbeville Police Chief
Mike Hardy: 51% (829)
Bill Spearman: 49% (785)

School Board Sales Tax for Teacher Pay Raises
Yes: 47% (2,425)
No: 53% (2,629)

JEFF DAVIS PARISH
School District No. 22 Property Tax Renewal (Jeff Davis & Allen Parishes)
Yes: 54% (65)
No: 46% (56)

Welsh-Roanoke Consolidated School District No. 1 Millage Renewal
Yes: 67% (205)
No: 33% (99)

School District No. 1 Millage Renewal
Yes: 69% (91)
No: 31% (40)

School District No. 2 Millage Renewal
Yes: 69% (305)
No: 31% (134)

School District No. 5 Millage Renewal
Yes: 69% (79)
No: 31% (36)

School District No. 5 Bond Proposal
Yes:63% (72)
No: 37% (43)

School District No. 8 Millage Renewal
Yes: 69% (85)
No: 31% (38)

Seven Forgotten Facts About Lafayette

The area now known as downtown Lafayette was first settled 200 years ago. While the street grid of that original settlement is the same as it was then, the rest of the city has grown and changed exponentially. Let's take a look at some of those changes by taking a look at some of the forgotten facts in Lafayette history.

Lafayette: 1981 vs. 2021

The Seven Modern Wonders of Acadiana

These landmarks in and around Lafayette leave us in awe and, in some cases, make us think what their designers were thinking.

Things to See and Do in New Iberia