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Call: 1-844-503-7283

Fax: 1-844-403-7283


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

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

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

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  • 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

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

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KEEPING VILLE PLATTE INFORMED

 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!

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August 7, 2018

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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

Mayor Vidrine

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Designed by: Shountilez L. Williams, City Clerk

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.

Recognize a Gas Leak