News & Updates

Proposed Regulations for Subdivision Development

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AMITE—The Tangipahoa Parish Council’s recently-appointed special subdivision and development review committee has reached a consensus that may help the Parish end the temporary development moratorium adopted by the Parish Council earlier this year.

According to Committee Chairman David Vial, this group was tasked with addressing public concerns dealing with drainage, flooding, stormwater mitigation and detention, traffic, and land clearing. Vial said each of these issues has to be done with proper consideration given to the pressures for residential growth in the Parish, environmental standards, the diversity of housing needs, property values, and the general welfare of residents living within high growth areas.

Tangipahoa Parish Animal Services rescues trapped puppy

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TPG Animal Services rescued puppyAMITE—After nearly four days of failed attempts, the Tangipahoa Parish Animal Services Department on Tuesday successfully rescued a resident’s puppy which had gone missing last week when it became trapped in a hole 22-feet below ground level.

Tangipahoa Parish President Robby Miller said the story began last Wednesday, when the pup went missing from a home off Richardson Road near Roseland. On Friday, homeowners found the dog in a hole next to their well pipe.

Tangipahoa Parish Animal Services attempted to assist the family in rescuing the dog, who was trapped in a hole approximately four inches in diameter and 22 feet below ground.

Road Closures - December 3rd and 4th, 2018

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On Monday, Dec. 3, Snowfield Road and Camp Moore Road will be closed for cross drain replacement.

On Tuesday, Dec. 4, Edgar Traylor Road and Cannino Road will be closed for cross drain and culvert work.

Closures are scheduled from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. on the day of construction.

Tangipahoa Parish Video Tour

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In partnership with CGI Communications Inc., Tangipahoa Parish Government launched a video series that highlights what makes the Tangipahoa Parish area a wonderful place to live, work, and play. The locations that were carefully chosen and filmed gives viewers an up-close look of the Tangipahoa Parish's unique way of life.

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