• Bossier Parish

    Broadband for State of Louisiana, Bossier Parish

    Posted Dec 9, 2020
    An estimated 332,000 rural Louisiana residents, including just over 2,700 in Bossier Parish, will gain access to high-speed broadband following a Federal Communications Commission Rural Digital Opportunity Fund phase 1 auction.
  • Bridges Closed

    North Bossier Bridges Closed Following Inspection

    Posted Dec 8, 2020
    A pair of bridges in north Bossier Parish have been closed for an indefinite period following inspections.
  • Golf Carts

    Police Jury Meeting Notes: December 2, 2020

    Posted Dec 3, 2020
    Whether or not residents of a Bossier Parish subdivision will be allowed to legally operate golf carts on the streets of their neighborhood will be a topic for the Police Jury’s Road Subdivision Committee.
  • Correction Center 1

    Correction Tax Renewal

    Posted Dec 3, 2020
    Voters will be asked to continue funding operations of Bossier Parish correctional facilities when they go to the polls Saturday, Dec. 5.
  • Linton Airline Road South

    Linton/Airline Road Interchange Complete

    Posted Dec 3, 2020
    Motorists approaching one of the busiest intersections in the area during peak traffic periods will find their trip a little quicker now that construction of an additional lane has been completed.
  • Entrance and exit ramps are getting a workover as part of the I-220/Swan Lake intersection.

    Bossier Road Projects Update

    Posted Nov 30, 2020
    Monday saw the official closure of sections of a pair of roadways in the parish as contractors continue working on the Police Jury’s annual road program.

    DOTD Announces Ramp Closures I-220 at Swan Lake Road

    Posted Nov 23, 2020
    Beginning Monday, Nov. 30, at 7 a.m., the Swan Lake Road on-ramp to I-220 eastbound, as well as the I-220 westbound exit to Swan Lake Rd. will be closed, according to an announcement from the La. Dept. of Transportation and Development (DOTD).
  • Bossier Parish

    Standard & Poor Rates Bossier Parish

    Posted Nov 23, 2020
    Bossier Parish’s financial condition is considered stable and in a position to continue moving forward according to a report from what is considered the nation’s largest of the Big Three credit-rating agencies.
  • WK Palmetto

    WK Palmetto Project Update

    Posted Nov 20, 2020
    Contractors continue to move forward with construction of the future Willis-Knighton Palmetto Medical Park health care facility on the grounds of the former Palmetto Country Club in Benton.
  • Linton Rd. and Airline Dr.

    Bridge & Road Improvement Projects

    Posted Nov 19, 2020
    A pair of Bossier Parish projects that are part of the police jury’s road and bridge maintenance and construction program designed to accommodate growth and enhance safety are continuing to move ahead.
  • ART Sign

    Police Jury Meeting Notes: November 18, 2020

    Posted Nov 19, 2020
    A southern extension of the Arthur Ray Teague multi-use trail has moved one step closer to reality following a meeting this week of the Red River Waterway Commission board of directors.
  • Sewage Rate Increase

    Sewage Rate Increase

    Posted Nov 19, 2020
    Bossier Parish residents and businesses will be seeing an increase in their sewerage/water bills as costs of construction and maintenance continue to rise, making rate adjustments necessary.
  • Bo Brandon

    Bo Brandon Park Dirt Work

    Posted Nov 16, 2020
    Playing fields at Bo Brandon Park in Princeton are receiving a facelift with the additional of more dirt to the surface in order to level the infield portions of the ball parks.
  • Bossier Parish’s Correctional Facilities Tax Info - Part 2

    Bossier Parish’s Correctional Facilities Tax Info - Part 2

    Posted Nov 16, 2020
    Voters will be asked to continue funding operations of Bossier Parish correctional facilities by granting approval to renewal of a 3.02 mill ad valorem tax when they go to the polls Saturday, Dec. 5.
  • Bossier Parish

    Police Jury Meeting Notes: November 4, 2020

    Posted Nov 9, 2020
    Bossier Parish is hoping for some good news from one of the nation’s top credit rating agencies that publishes analysis and financial information affecting bond ratings for public entities.
  • Bossier Parish

    LA 529 Closed Starting November 11

    Posted Nov 9, 2020
    Beginning Wednesday, November 11, LA Hwy. 529 (Emma Cemetery Rd.) from LA Hwy. 160 to LA Hwy. 2 in northeast Bossier Parish will be closed to through traffic, according to the Louisiana Dept. of Transportation and Development.
  • Ford Rd

    Ford Road Overlay Project

    Posted Oct 31, 2020
    Bossier Parish’s 2020 road repair and maintenance program is continuing with another overlay project, this time in the northern part of the parish.
  • Bossier Parish

    Delays on Linton Road at Bridge

    Posted Oct 30, 2020
    Motorists on Linton Rd. can expect traffic delays in the area of the bridge over Black Bayou Monday, Nov. 2 as Suddenlink crews get set to kick off a boring project.
  • Bossier Parish

    Early Voting Drive Through

    Posted Oct 28, 2020
    A record-breaking number of Bossier Parish residents cast their 2020 election ballots early, according to parish Registrar of Voters Stephanie Agee.
  • New Library

    New Bossier Parish Central Library Moving Ahead

    Posted Oct 27, 2020
    Plans for a new $9.5 million Bossier Parish Central Library are moving forward.