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September 6, 2016 To Residents of Gonzales I would like to thank the Mayor for the opportunity to meet and work with two members AWESOME members of his staff on Saturday.  Lisa the Mayor’s secretary is a woman with conviction and character and is a joy to work with.  Next is Chief Normand…..words cannot say…

The City of Gonzales would like to announce that the Fall Baseball and Softball season will go on as planned. Registration will be Saturday, September 17, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at City Hall (120 S. Irma Blvd.) Games will be played in October and November.

The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank and the City of Gonzales are sponsoring a supply giveaway behind the Gonzales Fire Station and Tee-Joe Gonzales Park on Saturday, September 3, 2016 from 10:30am to 2pm. The giveaway is for local residents affected by the recent flood. Staple goods, toiletries, and cleaning supplies will be given out…

Did you know that residents are able to apply for a state program to help fund immediate improvements that allow the home to become habitable? Visit https://shelterathome.la.gov/ to find our more. Also, FEMA registration is NOT required for this program.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City Council of the City of Gonzales will meet on Monday, October 10, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. at the Public Safety Center at 738 Orice Roth Road in Gonzales, at which time there will be consideration of adopting, levying, and adding to the rolls the 3.27 mil ad valorem…

The public is invited to attend the below meeting to learn more about feasibility study conducted for LA 30.

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Gonzales, La – Fortunately for students from St. Amant High School, March 23 turned out to be a beautiful spring day in Gonzales. The FFA (Future Farmers of America) organization at the Ascension Parish school decided to pick the date to perform service to their community tasks. They opened up the day to all students…

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Gonzales, LA –City of Gonzales Mayor Barney Arceneaux was joined by Councilmen Neal Bourque, Harold Stewart, Terance Irvin and David Guitreau, from March 5 – 9, for the 2016 National League of Cities Congressional City Conference in Washington D.C. The conference serves as a way for municipalities across the nation to gain insight on funding…

The City of Gonzales wishes to let residents know that sandbags are ready in case of expected heavy rains. Although ready, they will not be distributed until the rains begin and a decision has been made to do so. Residents are asked to be patient and wait until the distribution process begins. We will alert…

Music in the Park is back and right around the corner! The Mayor’s Council on the Arts has a great four Sunday line-up for 2016 as they host yet another year of free musical performances in Jambalaya Park. So come pass a good time with us. It’s time to cut a rug and find your…

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