SCPDC has been instrumental in implementing major infrastructure projects in the village of Napoleonville (Assumption Parish) and rural towns of Convent, Gramercy, Lockport and Lutcher in St. James Parish.
$1.6 Million Water Plant in Convent Increased Capacity from 1.5 M gallons to 2.7 M gallons per day
In 2011, St. James Parish, the existing Water Treatment Plant on the East Bank Side in Convent increased its capacity. This upgrade was made possible through an infrastructure grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA). SCPDC helped prepare and administer the grant. Read more.
Multi-multi million public building infrastructures built in Napoleonville
The Village of Napoleonville is slowly recovering from the adverse effects of Hurricanes the hit Louisiana—Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Gustav and Ike. Also, it has capitalized on some new infrastructures and will continue to embark on new efforts that address the needs of the local leaders and citizens alike. Read more.
$1 Million Community Center opens doors in Raceland
A new recreation center just north of Raceland in Lafourche Parish is close to completion. The official grand opening has been set for August 28, 2013, the day when the Head Start school year starts. Read more.
Other Projects Underway:
More info to be released soon…
- Water Distribution System Upgrade in Convent, St. James Parish
- Waterline Under the Mississippi River to connect St. James Water Treatment Systems
- $2-million Evacuation Streets Project and $6.2-million Disaster Recovery Projects in in St. James Parish
- $700,000 Sewer Line Rehabilitation Projects in Lutcher and Gramercy
- Community Center and Waterline upgrade in Raceland
- New Waste Water Treatment Systems in Golden Meadow