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Mayor Perkins is prepared to make city facilities available as additional early voting sites for the Caddo Registrar Voters Office for this coming election. The City has been in talks with the Registrar Voters Office to offer recreational centers... Read on...
DATE: 9/19/2020 BOIL WATER ADVISORY HAS BEEN LIFTED At 9:45am today, the Louisiana Department of Health lifted the boil advisory issued on September 17, 2020 for customers in the following areas: South of Greenwood Road, West of Hearne Avenue... Read on...
Coronavirus deaths in Caddo Parish have reached 338 since the last tally was released by the Caddo Parish Coroner’s office Thursday, August 20, 2020. The rise, 31 parish decedents, again suggests a slowing of the death rate from the pandemic. Read on...
There was a 16” water main blow out near Hollywood Avenue. The initial blowout caused many in a large area of west Shreveport to have low or no water pressure. Customers impacted include those located: South of Greenwood Road, West of Hearne Avenue... Read on...
In the aftermath of Hurricane Laura, the American Red Cross has worked closely with partners to support emergency housing efforts, and provide food, water, relief supplies, emotional support and health services to people in need... Additional Info...
The City of Shreveport’s Public Works team concentrated its storm cleanup efforts after Laura in neighborhoods hit hardest by downed trees. Crews will continue to collect debris from the hardest hit areas this week while also getting holiday garbage... Additional Info...