• Bossier Parish

    Police Jury Meeting Notes: August 7, 2019

    Posted Aug 8, 2019
    LSUS professors and student assistants will team with the Bossier Parish Police Jury to undertake a five-year study to determine groundwater impact in the Red River basin of north Bossier Parish.
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    Swan Lake Road Now Open

    Posted Aug 6, 2019
    Motorists will no longer have to take the long way around to drive from Airline Dr. to I-220. Contractors opened the new Swan Lake Rd. bridge over Flat River Tuesday afternoon in time for the opening of school.
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    Sligo Road Closure Notice

    Posted Aug 6, 2019
    Sligo Rd. will be closed beginning Monday, August 12 while contractors for the Bossier Parish Police Jury begin rebuilding bridges over Fox Skin Bayou, approximately two miles west of the intersection with La. Hwy. 157.
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    Willow Creek Subdivision - No Trucks Allowed

    Posted Jul 21, 2019
    Residents in one high traffic area of Willow Creek subdivision won’t be seeing large trucks on their streets after the Bossier Parish Police Jury passed an ordinance prohibiting such vehicles from using the neighborhood as a detour route.
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: July 17, 2019

    Posted Jul 17, 2019
    A group of college professors will soon begin studying ground water levels for the Bossier Parish Police Jury to determine the depth of the problems lying beneath the surface in an area between the Red River and bayous to the east.
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    Kingston Road is Now Open to Traffic

    Posted Jun 22, 2019
    Improvements to the drainage where Kingston crosses Willow Chute Bayou has been completed and the roadway connecting Airline Dr. and La. Hwy. 3 was declared open to traffic shortly after noon Saturday.
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: June 19

    Posted Jun 19, 2019
    Roughly two months after local developers and engineers met with the Bossier Parish Police Jury engineering staff to discuss solutions to rising ground water levels and the impact on subdivision streets, the two groups will soon meet again to talk about yet other water-related problems.
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: June 5, 2019

    Posted Jun 5, 2019
    Water has again become a major issue for a growing Bossier Parish, and again it isn’t the visible water that fills lakes, bayous and rivers to flood stages after repeated periods of heavy rains.
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    I-220 Extension Into Barksdale Air Force Base Groundbreaking

    Posted May 15, 2019
    Local and state elected officials plus a large gathering of area supporters saw the first shovels of dirt turned on the future extension of I-220 into Barksdale Air Force Base, a roughly $90 million project that will finally give the base an entrance/exit onto I-20.
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: May 15, 2019

    Posted May 15, 2019
    After weeks of thunderstorms dumping heavy rains in northwest Louisiana, Bossier Parish seems to be escaping many of the severe problems during flood events of years past.
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    Road Boring For FEMA Appeal Begin

    Posted May 8, 2019
    Samples of soil cement, the staple base for asphalt roads for years, are being drilled by contractors for the Bossier Parish Police Jury in an attempt to prove a point with a federal agency that could translate into millions of dollars for the parish.
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: May 1, 2019

    Posted May 1, 2019
    A major bridge disaster roughly 1,300 miles to the north nearly put Bossier Parish in a bind, but parish police jurors learned Wednesday that a large financial bullet may have been dodged.
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    Access Road to Barksdale Airforce Base Contract Signed

    Posted Apr 24, 2019
    It’s official. A contract was signed and notice to proceed was issued Wednesday to mark the beginning of a $71.8 million project that will construct a new access road into Barksdale Air Force Base from the I-20/I-220 interchange east of Bossier City.
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: April 17, 2019

    Posted Apr 17, 2019
    Developers and engineers who build and design new homes in an area designated as the Red River floodway in Bossier Parish now have a new set of standards to follow for streets in those subdivisions following Wednesday’s parish Police Jury meeting.
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: April 3, 2019

    Posted Apr 3, 2019
    Bossier Parish residents who found themselves without garbage pickup service after a local hauler went out of business should pick the company of their choice as a replacement without new regulations governing that industry, according to a parish police jury committee.
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    Parish Gets Project Money

    Posted Mar 27, 2019
    It’s official. Bossier Parish now has just over 20 million dollars available for parish road and bridge repairs, and to purchase additional water systems, beginning almost immediately and continuing through 2021.
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    Bossier Parish Transportation Plan

    Posted Jan 31, 2019
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: December 5, 2018

    Posted Dec 5, 2018
    State Department of Transportation and Development inspectors are currently taking a look at Bossier Parish bridges and according to parish engineer Butch Ford, some findings in south Bossier need to be addressed.
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: October 17, 2018

    Posted Oct 17, 2018
    Anyone in south Bossier Parish who may be wondering where all those vehicles are going just about every weekend should look no further than the police jury’s park and athletic complex on Caplis Sligo Rd.
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    Police Jury Meeting Notes: October 3, 2018

    Posted Oct 3, 2018
    When heavy rains fall in Bossier Parish, water needs to flow from one place to another as quickly and smoothly as possible to prevent flooding on roads and streets in subdivisions.