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Mayor Adrian Perkins signed legislation that amends the City of Shreveport’s juvenile curfew ordinance, and it will go into effect on October 22nd. It restricts outdoor activities for juveniles in the city on weekdays between... Additional Info...
As part of the City of Shreveport’s #CleanerShreveport campaign, SporTran Transit is announcing its “Bring It On The Bus” initiative aimed at ridding area bus stops of litter. “A simple act can make a tremendous difference in eliminating trash in many... Additional Info...
The SeeClickFix app is designed to allow Shreveport residents to request assistance with City services or report non-emergency issues like - blight, illegal dumping, graffiti, special pick-up of bulk items or code violations.
Submitted issues will... Additional Info...
A kickoff celebration for National Night Out will be held at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, October 5 in the 2400 block of Coburn Lane. The City of Shreveport, Shreveport Police Department and Community Renewal have been working diligently with community... Additional Info...
The City of Shreveport is holding a press conference to kick off its #CleanerShreveport public awareness campaign geared at enhancing our community. It will start at 2 p.m. on today at Riverview Park (601 Clyde Fant Parkway)... Additional Info...
The installation of programmable LED lights on the Long-Allen Bridge, known as the Texas Street Bridge in Shreveport-Bossier City will begin on September 1. Additional Info...