Voter’s Bill of Rights & Voting Information

THE RIGHT TO VOTE You have the right to vote in a Louisiana election if you are (1) qualified to vote in this election, (2) qualified to vote in this precinct and (3) you are the person whose name is…

The leading cause of home clothes dryer fires is failure to clean them. Help increase awareness about clothes dryer fires in your community with these messages and free materials. Clothes dryer fire safety tips Clothes dryer do’s Have your clothes…

Homestead Exemption Presently, the Louisiana Constitution Allows for a homestead exemption of $75,000. The homestead exemption negates the parish property taxes due on the first 75,000 of market value or 7,500 of assessed value. This exemption does not apply to…

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) From 1984 through December 2012, NCMEC has assisted law enforcement with more than 195,300 missing-child cases resulting in the recovery of more than 183,100 children. In that same time frame, NCMEC’s toll-free, national Hotline…

Dumping at Tangipahoa Parish Landfill for residents of the unincorated area, $28.56 per Ton for those living within municipality in the Parish. Weight is determined by weighing the vehicle going in and leaving. What to Bring: Household garbage , major…

Office of Emergency Preparedness Tangipahoa Parish (OEP) is responsible for the coordination of those actions needed to protect the lives and property of its’ residents when threatened from natural disasters, as well as man-made occurrences such as hazardous material incidents. This coordination…