"Debris Drop" is sponsored by Lafayette Consolidated Government (LCG) and Republic Services. The waste drop-off project provides LCG constituents with a disposal outlet for items which Republic Services does not collect curbside. Debris Drop, 10/24/2020 8 AM-12 PM, is an opportunity for residents in the city of Lafayette and unincorporated Lafayette Parish to bring miscellaneous waste for proper disposal. Brown Park off of E. Pont des Mouton Rd. and the Robicheaux Center on Eraste Landry Rd. will serve as drop-off sites.
The Hospitality Hub is a coordinated effort between Lafayette Consolidated Government, Lafayette Travel, and the Lafayette Economic Development Authority, One Acadiana, and Downtown Lafayette to provide resources for those affected by disasters needing to navigate Lafayette and the surrounding areas. Below you will find hotel availability, health and relief resources for those sheltering, as well as places to eat and things to do.
Lafayette Consolidated Government's Drainage Department is devoted entirely to drainage solutions and maintenance in Lafayette Parish. Citizens can view ongoing and upcoming drainage projects in Lafayette Parish as well as report a drainage issue using the 311 Lafayette portal.
Storm Debris Pickup following the Hurricanes has begun in Lafayette Parish. The Storm Debris Pickup Map allows citizens to find their zone and track collection progress. Citizens may find their zone number and prepare for collection HERE.
Lafayette Consolidated Government is working to provide Lafayette Parish Residents with the latest news and information related to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
LCG's new Project Geaux Mow initiative allows local lawn care professionals the opportunity to bid on LCG's grass cutting projects using a web portal. Dozens of jobs are bid out each week.
311 Lafayette is a convenient all-in-one tool for connecting citizens to government services. Citizens can submit and track their requests online at 311lafayette.services or by calling 311 from within the parish.