MRE’s, bottled water, tarps and ice are available at the Grand Lake Firemen’s center and the Hackberry Community Center.

NEWS

1509, 2020

Mosquito Control Update 9/15/2020

Cameron Parish will begin using spray trucks beginning tonight.  In areas with high levels of debris the trucks will not spray driveways, but they will spray the roads. Aerial missions have been postponed due to high winds. They will resume as needed once the winds subside.

1409, 2020

Houses of Worship and Non-Profits Eligible for FEMA Assistance

Houses of Worship and Non-Profits are eligible to apply for FEMA Public Assistance. (Public Assistance will only allow expenses not covered by your insurance companies) The instructions on how to apply are below but if they need assistance please encourage people to come to my scheduled office hours and I [...]

1409, 2020

Red Cross—Individual Assistance

The Red Cross will provide $450 to households whose homes were confirmed to have been destroyed or sustained major damage from Hurricane Laura. Most people whose homes were destroyed or sustained major damage from Hurricane Laura will be contacted directly through an email, text message or phone call directly from [...]

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Located in the Southwest corner of Louisiana, Cameron Parish is the largest parish in the state, and is known for its abundance of wildlife and the beauty of its marshlands and beaches. Fishing, hunting and trapping thrive in the parish along with a rapidly growing industrial base. The parish is governed by an elected, 8-member Police Jury that provides essential public services through its staff. The nearly 7,000 residents of Cameron Parish welcome thousands of visitors each year to enjoy the parish’s beauty and recreational opportunities along with its rich culture and history.

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Adjudication Sales

Properties that failed to sell at a tax sale are adjudicated to the governing authority. Adjudicated property auctions are conducted online and allow investors to acquire full ownership with clear title and title insurance. Purchase property for $0 plus closing costs. Visit CivicSource.com to view a list of available adjudicated properties and to initiate an auction.