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Mayor Landreneau is excited to announce Town of Washington was awarded $135,300 from the Delta Regional Authority to replace natural gas lines crossing Bayou Courtableau.
A Public Hearing is scheduled for Monday, September 21, 2020 at 5:30 PM with the regular monthly meeting of the Town Council following at 6:00 PM.
Grants are available to Louisiana small businesses to help with recovery from COVID-19 economic impact. Information can be found at LouisianaMainStreet.com.
Enjoy Town news from the September 2020 edition of "In and About Washington". The newletter is published by Jim Bradshaw with cost underwritten by Washington State Bank.
St Landry Parish Governement encourages residents and business owners, who experienced damage due to Hurricane Laura, to complete a Self-Assessment Damage Form.
Town of Washington citizens may receive information regarding availability of sandbags by phoning Mayor Dwight Landreneau or Supervisor Jimmy Alfred at 337-826-3626. Citizens must bring a shovel...
For a message from the desk of Mayor Dwight Landreneau, click here.
Elliot Myers makes it official! St Landry Family Healthcare, LLC will move its family clinic to Washington in the Washington Community Center building located at 536 Veterans Memorial Blvd. They...
Monday, August 17, 2020 there will be a Public Hearing at 5:30 PM, a second Public Hearing at 5:45 PM and a regular meeting of the Town Council at 6:00 PM.
Enjoy town news from the August 2020 edition of "In and About Washington". The newsletter is published by Jim Bradshaw, with cost underwritten by Washington State Bank.
Thanks to a $55 million significant commitment grant from Lowe's, LISC (Local Initiative Support Corporation) will provide emergency grant assistance that small businesses desperately need to stay...
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