LATEST INFORMATION:
Updated JANUARY 18, 2018

CRAB FISHERMEN - REGULATION CHANGES AND DERELICT TRAP CLOSURES
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries has issued a press release to detail new regulation changes and derelict crab trap closure schedule for crab fishermen. Please click on Regulation . . . click here for more


LIFT BRIDGE CLOSURES RESCHEDULED
Overnight closures for two area lift bridges have been rescheduled to next week due to inclement weather. The Champagne-Harrelson Lift Bridge in Mathews crossing over Bayou Lafourche at LA Highway 654 will be closed overnight to vehicular traffic . . . click here for more


GRAND ISLE RESIDENTS INFORMATION ON DRINKING WATER
During the majority of the year, chloramine is used to maintain a disinfectant residual in the Grand Isle water distribution system. For a short period this year, the system will conduct a conversion from chloramine to free chlorine beginning on . . . click here for more


HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES SALES TEMPORARILY CLOSED
The LA Dept. of Wildlife & Fisheries (LDWF) is transitioning to a new sales system for recreational hunting and fishing licenses. Due to this transition, all license sales will be temporarily down on January 30-31, 2018. Beginning February 1 - . . . click here for more


PORTION OF LA HIGHWAY 1 CLOSED
LA DOTD has announced that one lane of LA Highway 1 between Port Fourchon and Grand Isle will be closed from 11/28/17 through 5/31/18 to allow for the removal and construction of three fixed span bridges. Traffic along the route will be controlled . . . click here for more


PORTION OF LA HIGHWAY 3235 CLOSED
LA DOTD has announced that LA Highway 3235 northbound from LA Highway 24 to West 11th Street in Larose will be closed to allow the South Lafourche Levee District to elevate the hurricane protection levee. The southbound roadway of LA Highway 3235 . . . click here for more


CPRA MASTER PLAN DATA VIEWER
The Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority is releasing an online tool which allows residents to learn more about their current and future flood risk. The Master Plan Data Viewer allows users to go online, type in a location, and learn how . . . click here for more