After consulting with the Mayors, Chiefs of Police, and Chiefs of Fire in Lafayette Parish, Mayor-President Josh Guillory will implement a parish-wide curfew beginning at 12:00 p.m. Friday, October 9, 2020 until 6:00 a.m. Saturday, October 10, 2020. Only emergency and essential personnel are allowed to travel during the curfew. The curfew may be extended if the situation warrants.
For more information please contact LCG Chief Communications Officer Jamie Angelle, (337) 356-9819 or firstname.lastname@example.org […]
LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — As Halloween approaches Lafayette Parish’s mayors offered safety guidance to parents and children who plan on trick-or-treating during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has deemed traditional trick-or-treating a high-risk activity. The following tips have been approved by Lafayette Mayor-President Josh Guillory, Broussard Mayor Ray Bourque, Carencro Mayor Glenn Brasseaux, Duson Mayor Johnny Thibodeaux, Scott Mayor Jan-Scott Richard and Youngsville Mayor Ken Ritter.
Don’t wear gloves when handing out candy. Offer pre-wrapped goody bags or sanitize hands in between house visits.
Do not […]
New Guidelines for Louisiana Phase 3:
Phase 3 will go into effect tonight
Restaurants, churches, salons, gyms will open to 75% of their capacity
Entities that were limited to 50% in Phase 2 are included in this increase to 75%
Bars will remain closed for on-premise consumption in parishes with a high COVID case count
Bars can apply for a restaurant license if they have a kitchen/serve food
Parishes with a low COVID case count can opt-in to open bars up to 25% of capacity. *Low case count is defined […]
Ember has been a member of the Broussard Fire Department for only a short time, but she has already become an integral part of #TEAMBroussard. The training that she has received on her way to becoming a comfort animal is evident in her interactions with others, and the outreach she provides builds community pride.
The newest member of the Broussard Fire Department is eager and willing to do whatever it takes to keep up with the rest of the firefighters at the station — even if she does demand a lot of attention and neglect personal boundaries at times.
Ember, a […]
Vitalant is hosting a Broussard Community Blood Drive on Monday, August 17th from 3-7pm at the Broussard Community Center, 108 Broadview Dr. Ongoing blood donations are of vital importance, and all blood types are needed for patient care. Appointments are strongly recommended – please sign up at Vitalant.org, using sponsor code: broussardcomm.
All donors receive a T-shirt, while supplies last.
Donors are also entered to win the following:
One of 50 pairs of tickets for FREE entry to the Audubon Zoo
One of 50 $10 play cards to EPIC
One of 20 FREE passes for two to Tiki […]
A drive-by parade was held Sunday in honor of Father James.
Read more from KLFY here: https://www.klfy.com/local/broussard-community-honors-priest-with-drive-by-parade […]
Amy Wellborn has been known among friends and family for her cooking for years, but she never planned to make a living at it.
That all changed on July 16, 2019. That’s the day Wellborn, 37, went to her doctor’s office seeking medication for depression.
“My doctor said, ‘Depression is not your issue. You need to stop doing things that make you unhappy. You need to cook for others,’ ” Wellborn recalls.
She left her doctor’s office feeling overwhelmed and defeated. She called her husband from her car in the parking lot. Crying hysterically, she asked for his […]
The Broussard Community Fair is this weekend. Come out and experience this fun-filled event that’s been part of our community for more than 75 years.
Visit their Facebook page: http://bit.ly/2Owejf3.
Read more here: https://kadn.com/broussard-community-fair […]
Signs went up this week on St. De Porres Street in Broussard in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
City leaders say it’s only fitting that a street named for the Peruvian saint of black people, race relations and social justice would be chosen to honor the African-American civil rights leader.
“Both men were named Martin,” said the Rev. Thomas James, pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church on St. De Porres Street. “Both of them were men of slaves, but they didn’t give up. Both of them showed courage.”
James encouraged Broussard Councilman Michael Rabon to propose […]
The Lafayette Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Division has been awarded a grant to install specialized smoke alarms and alert equipment in the homes of individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing in Lafayette Parish. These devices utilize light, movement, and low-frequency sound to alert the resident of danger as opposed to a traditional alarm, which only uses high-pitched sound.
Learn more: http://lafayettela.gov/FireDepartment/Pages/FSS.aspx
Download the application.
We think Broussard offers some of the best plate lunches around. Where is your favorite?
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We are very happy to have renewed our connection to our Sister City, Cap-Pelé, and were overwhelmed with their hospitality. We look forward to hosting our Acadian cousins in the future, and exchanging ideas and culture.
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