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We’d like to remind everyone that the City of Gonzales Fire Department provides emergency ambulance service 24 hours per day throughout the City of Gonzales. City residents have no out of pocket expenses for using the city ambulance service. Be sure to dial 911 if you have an emergency.  

Mayor Barney Arceneaux declared a state of emergency on Saturday, August 22, due to the dual storms and their possibility of hurricane status that are threatening Louisiana. The declaration will be filed with the Clerk of Court’s office on Monday morning. As of Sunday night, it appears that the impact on the Gonzales area for Marco…

The Louisiana Watershed Initiative will have a virtual meeting on July 28th from 2:00 to 4:30 pm to discuss flood risk and vulnerabilities in Region 7 (East of the MS, across the Northshore, to the Bonnet Carre Spillway). If you would like to listen in, you can register by clicking here.

The City of Gonzales is now giving out sandbags to City residents at the City Maintenance Barn located at 2919 S. Darla Avenue. Each person picking up sandbags must have a drivers license with a City of Gonzales address. We will deliver sandbags to residents of the City of Gonzales that are unable to pick…

President Clint Cointment, Council Chairwoman Teri Casso, Mayor Barney Arceneaux, Mayor Mike Lambert, Mayor Leroy Sullivan, and Sheriff Bobby Webre issue joint statement on wearing masks. In response to increasing numbers of infections in the area, Ascension Parish President Clint Cointment announced today that the Parish is strongly encouraging people to wear face masks or…

The Ascension Chamber Leadership group “The Third Row” will be doing surface repairs as part of their leadership project to improve Kidz Kove Discovery Park. For this reason, the park will be closed from July 6-10. We apologize for any inconvenience, but things will be wonderful for all when it’s back up and running!

The UNO Transportation institute is seeking public input to model potential passenger rail ridership between Baton Rouge, Gonzales, LaPlace, Kenner, and New Orleans. The survey (accessible by clicking here)  is anonymous and will be used to inform future transit, passenger rail and multimodal planning efforts. Questions in the survey are aimed at understanding the public’s interest…

Thank The Jambalaya Park Pool will open on Tuesday, June 9, with the following Phase 2 Guidelines for “Controlled Recreational Swimming”: 1. Max number of patrons inside the facility at any time will be 50. 2. All children under 15 years-old must be accompanied by a parent/guardian who is at least 18 years-old, 3. The…

The City of Gonzales will start giving out sandbags to City residents on Saturday, June 6, 2020, from 9:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m., at the City Maintenance Barn located at 2919 S. Darla Avenue. Each person picking up sandbags must have a drivers license with a City of Gonzales address. We will deliver sandbags to…

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