We all know that relocating your business to Broussard is a smart move but did you also know that living in Broussard could be a win/win for you and your family too?
Homeownership has long been a staple of the American Dream. So much so, that in 2002, President George W. Bush proclaimed June as National Homeownership Month. The City of Broussard is proud to have granted 203 residential permits in 2021. Having already granted 73 residential permits as of May 2022, Broussard is on track to meet and potentially exceed that statistic this year.
Living in the same city you work in has its perks. To state the obvious, cutting down on your commute time is extremely beneficial for your mental health. By only having a 15 to 20-minute drive to work, you have more time to spend with your family and a couple of extra minutes of sleep each morning, resulting in a healthier and happier lifestyle Not to mention the close-knit feel of the Broussard community cannot be beaten. Between the state-of-the-art Broussard Sports Complex at St. Julien Park, the relaxing Le Triomphe Golf and Country Club, and the family-friendly Zoosiana, Broussard always has something to do.
Besides the close-knit community found in Broussard, there are a number of other reasons to relocate to Broussard. For example, Broussard residents do not pay municipal property taxes. This savings also helps contribute to the thriving economy and community that can be found in Broussard. Feel free to contact the Broussard Economic Development Corporation for more information on what current residents and business owners already know – Broussard is everything you could want in a hometown and more.