Ville Platte on the Move!!!

Faye Lemoine, District A

Jerry Joseph, District B

Mike Perron, District C

Jordan Anderson, District D

Christina Sam, District E

​Bryant Riggs, District F 

KEEPING VILLE PLATTE INFORMED

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 P. O. Box 390     126 East Main Street     Ville Platte, LA 70586          Main: (337) 363-2939  Emergency: (337) 363-3763 

Jennifer Vidrine, Mayor

City of Ville Platte is a city of LOVE, WISDOM, & UNITY that is moving "Forward" with Good People, Good Food, & Good Times!

Video Tour of

Ville Platte

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Click below to witness the beauty and wonders of the city and its surrounding areas.

  • Utility Services:
                    Water / Sewer
                    Gas

  • Section 8: Housing Choice  Voucher
  • Center Rentals:
                     Ville Platte Civic Center
                     Martin Luther King Center
                     Grand Pavilion
                     Conference Room 

  • Occupational License
  • Permit Department
  • Tax Department
  • Human Resources / Job Opportunity

your city SERVICES

It is a pleasure and an honor to serve as your Mayor of the City of Ville Platte, LA. I am committing myself to being a full-time mayor

City of Ville Platte code of ordinances. Click here to read the ordinances for your city.

City of Ville Platte monthly city council meeting is held the second Tuesday of every month

city ordinances

Mayor Vidrine

Monthly council meeting

City Council members

Mayor Jennifer's Updates!

Recognize a Gas pipeline leak, Click here for more information 

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Fax: 1-844-403-7283


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VILLE PLATTE-AFFORDABLE HOUSING INFORMATION MEETING-A GREAT SUCCESS!! Our citizens showed up and got informed & educated about 23 programs from USDA State Director, Deidre Robert and her staff and 26 programs from Louisiana Housing Corporation Executive Director, Josh Hollins! Housing Program information came to VILLE PLATTE FOR YOU!

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Sight: Liquid pools, discolored or abnormally dry soil, continuous bubbling in wet or flooded areas, an oily sheen on water surfaces, and vaporous fogs or blowing dirt around a pipeline area can all be indicative of a pipeline leak. Dead or discolored plants in an otherwise healthy area of vegetation or frozen ground in warm weather are other possible signs.
Sound: Volume can range from a quiet hissing to a loud roar depending on the size of the leak.
Smell: An unusual smell, petroleum odor, a smell of rotten egg, or gaseous odor will sometimes accompany a pipeline leak. Natural gas is odorless and remains so during transit to the distribution facilities where odorants are added to the gas to impart a distinct odor.

Notice: We still have delinquent property taxes!

Recognize a Gas Leak

Send written request to:

City Clerk

P.O. Box 390

Ville Platte, LA 70586

VILLE PLATTE-MORE STREETS & MORE STREETS REPAVED, REPAIRED & RECONSTRUCTED FOR YOU! High School Drive completed, Harvey LeBas completed, E. Desota, Owen, N. Stagg, W. Magnolia! PROGRESS! PROGRESS! PROGRESS! And, MORE TO COME! 

VILLE PLATTE- ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL MURAL COMPLETED for your Enjoyment, Inspiration & Motivation! PROGRESS! PROGRESS! PROGRESS! At the corner of Main St. & NW Railroad! A BIG LOVING THANK YOU TO Pastor Ursula Murphy & Apostle Sylvester Murphy for their civic LOVE for our city by letting us adorn their building to help beautify our Main Street. Mural by Artist Thaddeus Arvie! 

For your trash & garbage pick, call Evangeline Solid Waste Commission

(337) 363-7995 or (337) 363-7254

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Report Fraud, Waste, & Abuse of Your Government Money

Volunteers Needed!

                                                                                                 Don't let this happen to you.

Please avoid the extra cost associated with your property being sold at tax sale. These costs are generated by laws that require the City to advertise delinquent taxes in the official journal (The Ville Platte Gazette) and produce additional notices by certified mail, etc. Once your property is sold at tax sale, the City will be required to collect expenses, including very high interest rates to be paid to the individual or entity who purchased your property at tax sale, from you, before your property can be put back in your name. In some cases these costs can be many multiples of the original tax bill.

Volunteers are needed to assist putting up hurricane fences at the Ville Platte Animal Shelter. If interested, please call Ville Platte Animal Control at 337-363-1122. They are open Monday-Friday from 7am to 3pm.