St. John the Baptist Parish Press Releases

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Baseball & Softball Registration Now Open

Baseball & Softball Registration Now Open

March 5, 2018 ~ The deadline to register is March 23, 2018.

 

Contracts Awarded During Finance Committee Meeting

Contracts Awarded During Finance Committee Meeting

February 27, 2018 ~ The Parish council recently approved contracts for videography services and design and construction of grant- and bond-funded infrastructure projects.

 

Warner Bros. Affirms Commitment To Louisiana With Two TV Series Renewals

Warner Bros. Affirms Commitment To Louisiana With Two TV Series Renewals

February 26, 2018 ~ For the first season of Queen Sugar, Warner Bros. spent $23.6 million in production costs in Louisiana, including $9.25 million in Louisiana resident payroll.

 

Low Cost Animal Rabies Vaccination Campaign Saturday

Low Cost Animal Rabies Vaccination Campaign Saturday

February 23, 2018 ~ Only $8.00.

 

Krewe Du Monde Parade Start  Moved to 12:00 noon Pending Weather Conditions

Krewe Du Monde Parade Start Moved to 12:00 noon Pending Weather Conditions

February 11, 2018 ~ DuMonde will roll at noon instead of 11 am, pending weather conditions.

 

St. John Parish Parades Roll February 10 and 11

St. John Parish Parades Roll February 10 and 11

February 6, 2018 ~ Annual parades in St. John are set to roll this weekend before Mardi Gras as tradition holds.

 

Foxwood Drainage Improvements Phase II to Begin

Foxwood Drainage Improvements Phase II to Begin

January 31, 2018 ~ This $150,000 project will work to help alleviate flooding near the entrance of Foxwood subdivision by pumping rainwater run off to Foxwood canal.

 

Super Tax Day – Tax Assistance Available

Super Tax Day – Tax Assistance Available

January 31, 2018 ~ The program will run from February 6, 2018 to April 12, 2018.

 

PORT OF SOUTH LOUISIANA AND RREDI HOST LOUISIANA CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION

PORT OF SOUTH LOUISIANA AND RREDI HOST LOUISIANA CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION

January 29, 2018 ~ President Robottom discussed issues most pressing in Washington DC including imploring our delegation to allocate funding toward the levee project.

 

PORT OF SOUTH LOUISIANA TRADE SURPASSES 300 MILLION TON MARK IN 2017

PORT OF SOUTH LOUISIANA TRADE SURPASSES 300 MILLION TON MARK IN 2017

January 29, 2018 ~ The Port has set an unprecedented cargo-volume record in 2017, surpassing 2016’s tonnage of 294.9 million short tons by 4.4%.

 

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect

January 16, 2018 ~ Although all precipitation is expected to end by midnight tonight, very cold temperatures well below freezing means any moisture from precipitation will turn to ice, especially on bridges and overpasses.

 

Freeze Warning in Effect

Freeze Warning in Effect

January 12, 2018 ~ Please ensure you properly protect plants, pipes, and pets.

 

St. John Residents Invited to Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebrations

St. John Residents Invited to Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebrations

January 11, 2018 ~ Residents are invited to honor and celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at annual events held on the Eastbank and Westbank.

 

Funeral Services for Former Parish President Arnold J. Labat

Funeral Services for Former Parish President Arnold J. Labat

January 11, 2018 ~ The first Parish President of St. John the Baptist Parish, Arnold Labat, passed away on Monday, January 8, 2018

 

Water Conservation Measures Lifted

Water Conservation Measures Lifted

January 7, 2018 ~ Water Conservation efforts are lifted as the area begins a warming trend.

 

Christmas Tree Collection Begins Monday

Christmas Tree Collection Begins Monday

January 4, 2018 ~ Residents are encouraged to call the Public Works Department at 985-652-4815 to request pick-up.

 

Residents Asked to Conserve Water

Residents Asked to Conserve Water

January 2, 2018 ~ Please refrain from using large quantities of water due to the ongoing amount of water leaks as a result of cold temperatures.

 

Freezing Temperatures Continue

Freezing Temperatures Continue

January 2, 2018 ~ Residents should make preparations to pipes and homes and businesses if not done so already to prevent pipes from freezing. Additional nights of freezing temperatures are expected through Thursday.

 

Freeze Warning in Effect for Sunday & Monday Nights

Freeze Warning in Effect for Sunday & Monday Nights

December 31, 2017 ~ Freeze Warning in effect for Sunday and Monday nights. Please bring in pets, plants and wrap pipes.

 

Freeze Warning In Effect Tonight

Freeze Warning In Effect Tonight

December 31, 2017 ~ A Freeze Warning will be in effect from midnight Sunday night to 11 am Monday in advance of frigid temperatures.

 

St. John Under Freeze Watch beginning Sunday

St. John Under Freeze Watch beginning Sunday

December 30, 2017 ~ A Freeze Watch will go into effect Sunday evening in St. John.

 

New Year's Holiday Garbage Collection Notice

New Year's Holiday Garbage Collection Notice

December 30, 2017 ~ Due to the New Year's Holiday, there will be no garbage collection on Monday, January 1, 2018.

 

Residents Urged to Make Preparations for Freezing Temperatures

Residents Urged to Make Preparations for Freezing Temperatures

December 29, 2017 ~ In advance of below freezing temperatures expected to impact the Parish, residents are advised to take freeze precautions at home and work.

 

REMINDER: St. John Parish Firework Regulations

REMINDER: St. John Parish Firework Regulations

December 29, 2017 ~ As we approach the New Year’s Holiday, please be reminded of firework regulations.

 

More than $50 million of St. John development projects under way, including new government building

More than $50 million of St. John development projects under way, including new government building

December 27, 2017 ~ After years of planning, several critical economic development projects are slated to be complete next year, amounting to more than $50 million in funds invested in construction since 2017.

 

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