News & Notices

Survive The Drive - TRACC event

SuperUser Account 2

Come join the fun this year as TRACC & Southeastern SOAR Students host the "Survive the Drive" Life Maze. Come play the game as you maneuver through the maze and see the outcomes of your choices which include, drinking and driving, distracted driving, speeding and more. Stick around for the DJ, free food, inflatables, an obstacle course and MORE!

Tangipahoa Government is Accepting Applications for the Position of Registrar of Voters

SuperUser Account 63

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Louisiana R.S. 18:51.1 that Tangipahoa Parish Government will be accepting applications for the position of Tangipahoa Parish Registrar of Voters until Friday, August 10, 2018 at 12:00PM noon. Applications may be submitted in person at 206 E. Mulberry Street, Amite, Louisiana, e-mailed to kpecararo@tangipahoa.org or faxed to 985-748-8994. Qualifications for the position may be found in Louisiana R.S. 18:52.

Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program Survey

SuperUser Account 37

Were you or someone you know affected by the 2016 floods? If so, you only have a few more weeks to complete the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program survey.

Tangipahoa Parish President Robby Miller reminds residents that July 20, 2018, is the deadline to complete the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program survey, which is the first step in requesting assistance from the program. 

Residents may complete the survey online at http://restore.la.gov/ or by calling 866-735-2001.

Road Closures

SuperUser Account 52

Tangipahoa Parish President Robby Miller announced that the following streets will be closed, as noted, for pre-mix and cutting soil cement:

Substantial Damage Task Force

SuperUser Account 30

Tangipahoa Parish Government has established a task force to help identify properties that meet FEMA’s definition of substantially flood-damaged homes from the two floods of 2016.

Tangipahoa Parish President Robby Miller said the Substantial Damage Task Force has been assigned to identify those properties that were overwhelmingly damaged in the 2016 floods. The task force, which is made up of parish employees, will travel the parish to verify inspections performed by FEMA and identify which properties have been mitigated post-flood.

RSS
12