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DHH has completed their testing, and the Boil Advisory for the City of Gonzales has been lifted effective immediately,

Update on boil advisory as of 2:12 p.m.: Per DHH, there is a mandatory 24-hour sample holding period before an advisory can be lifted. Therefore, we will provide those results as soon as they become available tomorrow. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes, and appreciate your patience.

The City of Gonzales Water System is issuing a boil water advisory due to an interruption of service. Additional information will be released when this advisory is lifted. Please note that if you have private or well water, you are not subject to this advisory. Also, as a general rule when boiling water, please ensure…

Gonzales, LA – On Wednesday, September 5, 2018, at 10:00 a.m., representatives with the City of Gonzales will hold a presentation in the Council Meeting Room at City Hall to unveil the new Passenger Rail Station Master Plan. A brief introduction will be given by City of Gonzales Mayor Barney Arceneaux, with City Engineer Jackie…

Members of the River Region Art Association gathered on July 28th at a “cool” reception celebrating the “Red Hot Night” Art Exhibit. We were joined by our special guest Mayor Barney Arceneaux whose interest and support of the gallery and its move to our new location at 320 East Ascension St., Gonzales, LA was greatly…

Gonzales, LA –  City of Gonzales Mayor Barney Arceneaux recently visited Meylan, France, as part of a group consisting of elected officials and member of the Gonzales Committee on Cultural Affairs, Meylan and Gonzales have been sister cities since the 1980s, with representatives from each city visiting the other on alternate years. As part of…

The City of Gonzales is asking that all homeowners in the community who were impacted in any way by the March and/or August 2016 floods to click here to register and complete a quick survey. The State of Louisiana has secured funds to assist homeowners with costs associated with rebuilding. Completing this survey is critical in…

The Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program survey opens on Monday, April 10 and will be available on the restore.la.gov website. The survey should take about 15 minutes and will not require documentation. If, based on your answers, you potentially qualify for assistance, you’ll be asked to apply for the program. Documentation will be needed when the formal…

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