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Broussard Drainage Reports for 2020 Storm Season

Broussard Drainage Reports for 2020 Storm Season

June 1st marked the beginning of hurricane season, and as we know all too well, these storms can bring not only damaging winds but also flooding rains. Drainage has been a top priority for Mayor Ray Bourque and the Broussard City Council, and our city engineers and...
Broussard Celebrates 4th of July Safely

Broussard Celebrates 4th of July Safely

We are fired up over the 15th annual fireworks show happening over Saint Julian Park on Saturday, July 4 at 9 PM! Because of COVID-19 in an effort to protect our citizens there will be no festivities however you were invited to view the show from your vehicle. Parking...

Recently, we received feedback regarding census response rates from Kelly W. Courville who is a Partnership Specialist with the U.S. Census Bureau. The City of Broussard is in the top two in Lafayette Parish!  As of Tuesday, May 26th, 2020: Youngsville is at 68.3%...
Where to Find COVID-19 Resources for Your Business

Where to Find COVID-19 Resources for Your Business

  Broussard is open for business following Governor Edward’s May 11th proclamation moving Louisiana into Phase 1 starting May 15th. New types of businesses that may open beginning on May 15, with 25 percent occupancy limits, sanitation guidelines and...
Receive Masks for Employees

Receive Masks for Employees

On April 30, Governor Edwards formally extended the Stay at Home Order through May 15. With his stay-at-home order set to expire at the end of the week, Gov. John Bel Edwards is expected to announce if he’ll lift restrictions designed to slow the spread of the...