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Crews will begin repairing one of the City’s larger sewer force mains on Saturday, May 8th. The urgent repairs are expected to last 12 to 24 hours. The south bound lanes of East Kings Highway from East Bert Kouns Industrial Loop to the 7800 block... Additional Info...
Mayor Adrian Perkins will hold community listening sessions across Shreveport to learn how to citizens would like federal dollars spent at the local level. The discussions will focus on four topics - public safety, infrastructure, economic development... Additional Info...
Mayor Adrian Perkins has selected Drew Mouton to serve as the next Economic Development Director for the City of Shreveport. Mouton brings decades of experience in finance, product development and managerial operations. “This year we are... Additional Info...
In his most recent Proclamation, Governor John Bel Edwards announced that the statewide face covering mandate is no longer in effect except in limited situations including on public transportation, in state government buildings, K-12 schools, early ... Additional Info...
The City of Shreveport hosting Bayou Classic and Port City Fest was the first big step to rebuilding the local economy. Early projections show an estimated $3 million in economic impact for the community, according to the Event Impact Calculator... Additional Info...
The City of Shreveport is excited to host one of the most storied rivalries in college football history between Grambling State University and Southern University on April 17, 2021. Port City Fest will showcase the rich culture... Additional Info...