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Statement of Moody's Investors ServiceThe Mayor was informed today that Moody’s Investors’ Services has downgraded the City’s water and sewer bond rating from A3 to Baa1 and Baa2. The City’s overall bond rating of Baa1 was retained. Moody’s lower rating noted the new administration’s ... Additional Info...
City of Shreveport and REV Media AnnouncementShreveport, LA – The City of Shreveport and REV Entertainment will host a media availability this THURSDAY, MARCH 23 at 10:30 a.m.. The availability will discuss the proposed world-class development concept, which will include a ballpark as the anchor. Additional Info...
Officer resignsToday, the Mayor and Police Chief Wayne Smith were notified that Officer Alexander Tyler has resigned from the Shreveport Police Department. This decision was solely made by Mr. Tyler and his attorney. The City has followed all policies and ... Additional Info...
STATEMENT REGARDING CRAWFESTCrawfest is this weekend at Betty Virginia Park. The festival has become very popular, and it is the kind of family-friendly event the City would like to host in its parks. Additional Info...
2020 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT (CAPER)
Shreveport-Bossier Community Assistance Resource Guide - Released