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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…

City Guidelines for Softball/Baseball effective June 6, 2020. There shall be no physical contact between players and coaches. No handshakes, highfives, fist bumps, etc. There shall be no “pre” or “post” meetings as a team. There shall be no more than 6 players in a practice drill. Head coaches and assistants should practice their 6…

Exxon Mobil, represented by Ryan Beissinger and Chuck LeBlanc, today donated twenty gallons of hand sanitizer to The City of Gonzales and Mayor Barney Arceneaux. We cannot thank them enough for this very thoughtful gesture!

Good afternoon all. Firstly I want to thank everyone for their patience over the last few months. This has been a trying time for each of us, especially with new changes taking place every day. On behalf of all of us at the City, thank you for being so supportive as we developed new ways…

Please see the below announcement regarding a Public Notice of Milage Adoption. 2020 04.16 – Press Release on Millage Adoption

We wanted to let everyone know that we’ve heard from the Jambalaya Festival Association this afternoon, and due to precautions being taken due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the 2020 Jambalaya Festival will not be taking place from May 22-24 this year, and is instead being postponed until further notice.

If you happen to see members of the Louisiana National Guard, we wanted to ask that you please not be alarmed. They are not here as part of an assignment specific to our area. We have been asked to assist in the housing of National Guard members as they await instructions, and have offered the…

Gonzales, LA – On Friday, March 13, 2020, City of Gonzales Mayor Barney Arceneaux, the City of Gonzales Council, Fire Chief Tracey Normand, Police Chief Sherman Jackson, and members of the City’s administration, met to discuss the latest on the COVID-19 virus as a way to ease the concerns of area residents. “City Hall, the…

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

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