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202 Arkansas Ave
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Landon Tims,
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202 Arkansas Ave
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Tonia DeLeon,
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202 Arkansas Ave
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Bogalusa
, P. O. Box 1179
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401 Walker St
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200 Arkansas Ave
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214 Arkansas Ave
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111 Memphis St
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James Hall,
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111 Memphis St
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Tonia DeLeon,
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Landon Tims,
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Robin Day,
Main Street Manager

518 Columbia St
Bogalusa, LA 70427
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Bogalusa Country Club

City Parks

Bogalusa's Parks by Location:

Trash Collection

Trash is picked up once a week on the basis of areas.
Area 1 - Monday
Area 2 - Tuesday
Area 3 - Wednesday
Area 4 - Thursday
Area 5 - Friday
There is no trash pickup on Saturday or Sunday.
Billing is once a month.

Contact information for IESI call 985-732-6211.

 
View a map of pickup areas, via this link: Trash Collection Area Map

Water and Sewer

Water


The City of Bogalusa provides fresh, high quality drinking water from a system of deep wells (approximately 1500 feet deep).  There are seven deep wells and a series of  tanks and pumping stations.  Water is chlorinated at each well site.  The water we drink in Bogalusa comes from the Amite Aquifer.

The City of Bogalusa serves over 5,000 accounts.  The water used by each account is measured by a meter like the one pictured here.  Water flowing through the meter causes the numbers to change and the small red star shaped dial to turn.  The faster the small dial is moving the more water is flowing through the meter.  Readings from the meters are transmitted to the water system server in City Hall. 

You can keep track of your own usage by recording the numbers on the dial and comparing them to a reading taken at a later date.  The basic unit of measure is 100 gallons, so you must add two zeros to the number on the dial.  If you think you may have a leak, you can contact the water department and ask them to look at a graph of your usage.


 
Sewer

The City of Bogalusa collects sewerage through a series of lines assisted by lift and pump stations.  The sewerage is treated in a state of the art facility that operates 24 hours a day. 

Each house should have a clean out valve like the one pictured below.  This is so that the pipes can be reached easily in case of a blockage.  The cap should always be on the valve to prevent rainwater from entering the sewer line.  Rainwater will increase the flow through the treatment plant and will add to the volume being treated.  This costs more money for chemicals and utilities and increases wear and tear on the equipment.


Service set up and disconnect:
  • Water is based on size of line required.
  • Sewer tap is $250.00

 

Code Enforcement

The duties of the code officer are to enforce the codes of the City of Bogalusa. These duties include, but are not limited to, abandoned vehicles on public property, illegal signs on public property, illegal dumping of sewerage, checking for occupational licenses, over grown property, junked property, and IPMC. On August 21, 2012 the City Council passed ordinance no. 2294 which adopted, as part of City Codes, the International Building Codes which include the International Property Maintenance Code which is the code officer's responsibility to enforce. The purpose of this code is to get property owners to maintain their property, including their yards and all buildings or structures, in a clean, safe, secure and sanitary condition so as not to cause a blighting problem or adversely affect the public health or safety. This will also help to maintain property values.

If you have a code violation to report please call 985-732-6213 or report it through Report a Code Violation.

Streets Division



The Public Works Department has the responsibility for the administration, design, construction, maintenance and operation of the city's streets, street lights, bridges, water, sewer, storm drainage, vehicle fleet, park facilities, cemeteries and the airport.

Road Closures

We are set up to receive via e-mail from the DOTD of any closures of state highways. We advertise any road closures that may effect our citizens in the local newspaper prior to such closures.

Permits

The City handles permits for fences at the Public Works Department. We also issue permits for signs for non-profit organizations only on public property.

 
The Parish handles all Building Permits. The city is only responsible to verify that the project meets any zoning requirements and verify the flood zone where the project is going to be located.  Contact Washington Parish Permit Office at 985-839-5456.

 
A copy of the fence permit application can be downloaded and printed here: Fence Application

 
A copy of the fence ordinance can be found here: Fence Ordinance
 
 

Applying for Employment

The Employment Application process varies depending upon the type of position you are seeking. Please use the links below to obtain the process for the correct position.

Equal Opportunity Statement

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

It is the policy of the City of Bogalusa to employ positive practices designed to ensure the full realization of equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran's status.


To implement this policy, the City of Bogalusa will continue to:

  • Recruit, hire, train and promote persons in all job classifications in accordance with this equal opportunity policy.
  • Make selection decisions according to the principles of equal employment opportunity by imposing only valid requirements for employment opportunities.
  • Ensure that all personnel practices and programs (including, but not limited to compensation, benefits, transfers, training, and education) will be administered without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran's status.
Further, the City expects all employees to accomplish their work in a businesslike manner with a concern for the well-being of their co-workers. Any harassment to employees by fellow employees is not permitted, regardless of their working relationship.

 

Any employee who experiences discrimination should bring it to the attention of his or her supervisor, department head, or to the Personnel Director. Any employee violating the City's rule against discrimination may be subject to discipline, up to and including discharge.

 

In the same spirit, the City will endeavor to assure equal opportunity for full participation of women and minority owned businesses in contracting to provide goods and/or services to the City.


Mayor Wendy O'Quin Perrette
City of Bogalusa

Benefits

Finance & Public Works Employee Benefits:

The City of Bogalusa provides a competitive benefit package for employees. There are 11 paid holidays, fully paid health insurance and life insurance, and vacation based on tenure, starting at two weeks after one year of employment. The City of Bogalusa also administers its own employee retirement system for all non-civil service employees. The employee contribution is 6 percent and the City contributes 11%.

Fire & Police Employee Benefits:

The City of Bogalusa provides a competitive benefit package for employees. There are 11 paid holidays, fully paid health insurance and life insurance, and vacation based on tenure, starting at two weeks after one year of employment. Fire Department Personnel are members of the Louisiana Firefighters Retirement System and Police Department Personnel are members of the Louisiana Police Retirement System. Employees contribute 10%. The city's contribution rate varies yearly according to the State of Louisiana mandate.

Job Openings

There is no active hiring at this time in the Finance Department.

There is no active hiring at this time in the Public Works Department.

Chronological Order of Mayors

 

Chronological Order of Mayors of Bogalusa

W. H. Sullivan
July 4, 1914 to January 26, 1929
E. R. Cassidy January 29, 1929 to December 28, 1936
D. T. Cushing January 20, 1937 to December 6, 1938
I. A. Magnitzky December 6, 1938 to December 3, 1946
Curt Siegelin December 3, 1946 to June 19, 1956
Charles J. Cassidy July 4, 1956 to December 4, 1962
Jesse H. Cutrer, Jr. December 4, 1962 to December 5, 1966
Curt Siegelin December 5, 1966 to December 5, 1970
Louis Rawls December 7, 1970 to December 4, 1978
C. P. Verger December 4, 1978 to December 6, 1982
Louis Rawls December 6, 1982 to December 1, 1986
Toye Taylor December 1, 1986 to November 17, 1998
James McGehee November 17, 1998 to December 2, 2002
James McGehee December 2, 2002 to December 6, 2010
Charles E. Mizell December 6, 2010 to December 31, 2015
Wendy O'Quinn Perrette January 1, 2015 to

 MayorPerrette@Bogalusa.org

About Our Government

Bogalusa operates under a home rule charter with a mayor-council form of government. The elected council constitutes the legislative branch of government and an elected mayor is the chief executive officer and head of the executive branch. View the City Charter, via this link: Bogalusa City Charter.
Office of the Mayor
 
Qualifications.
The mayor shall be at least twenty-one (21) years of age, a qualified elector of the municipality and shall have actually resided in the city for at least one (1) year immediately preceding the time established by law for qualifying for office.

Vacancies.
A.
The office of mayor shall become vacant upon death, resignation, removal from office in any manner authorized by law, forfeiture of office by the officeholder or failure to take office for any reason.

B.
The office of mayor shall be forfeited if the officeholder (1) lacks at any time during the term of office any qualification for the office prescribed by this charter, (2) violates any express prohibition of this charter or (3) is disqualified by law from holding public office.

C.
If a vacancy in the office of mayor occurs more than one (1) year prior to the expiration of the term of office, the president of the council shall serve as acting mayor until the office is filled by the vote of the qualified electors voting in a special election called by the council for that purpose, which election shall be held according to the timetable and procedures established by state law generally for the filling of vacancies in elected municipal offices. If one (1) year or less of the unexpired term remains when the vacancy occurs, the president of the council shall succeed to the mayorality. A vacancy shall then be created on the council to be filled in the manner prescribed in section 2-03 C (Vacancies).
Mayor's absence and disability.
A.
During the temporary absence of the mayor from the city or temporary inability of the mayor to perform the duties of the office, the mayor, by letter filed with the secretary to the council, shall designate the president of the council as acting mayor, provided the temporary absence or inability does not exceed seven (7) days.

B.
When such temporary absence or inability of the mayor exceeds seven (7) days, the council, by the favorable vote of at least two-thirds of its authorized membership, shall so certify and designate the president of the council as acting mayor. When the absence or disability is terminated, the council by two-thirds vote shall so certify and the mayor shall resume his duties.

C.
Should the president serve as acting mayor for a period exceeding thirty (30) consecutive days, he shall be paid at a rate equal to that of the mayor for the entire period served.

Compensation.
The annual salary of the mayor shall be  ($70,000) until changed by ordinance. No ordinance changing the salary or granting any other monetary compensation shall be adopted during the last year of a term of office, and no such ordinance shall become effective during the term of the council adopting the ordinance.
 
Powers and duties of the mayor.
A.
The mayor, as chief executive officer of the city, shall have the following powers and duties:

(1)
See that all laws, provisions of this charter and acts of the council, subject to enforcement by the mayor or by officers subject to the mayor's direction and supervision, are faithfully executed.

(2)
Appoint and suspend or remove for just cause all city employees and appointive administrative officers provided for, by or under this charter, except as otherwise provided by law, this charter, civil service or other personnel rules adopted pursuant to this charter. The mayor may authorize any administrative officer who is subject to the mayor's direction and supervision to exercise these powers with respect to subordinates in that officer's department, office or agency.

(3)
Attend all council meetings with the right to take part in discussion but not to vote.

(4)
Direct and supervise the administration of all departments, offices and agencies of the city, except as otherwise provided by this charter.

(5)
Prepare and submit the annual budget and five (5) year capital improvement program to the council.

(6)
Submit to the council and make available to the public, within sixty (60) days after the end of the fiscal year, a complete report on the finances and administrative activities of the city as of the end of each fiscal year.

(7)
Make such other reports as the council may reasonably request to enable the council to conduct its councilmanic function.

(8)
Keep the council fully advised as to the financial condition and future needs of the city and make such recommendations to the council concerning the affairs of the city as deemed desirable.
 
Perform such other duties as are specified in this charter or may be required by the council.

Prohibitions.

The mayor shall hold no other elected public office nor any compensated appointive city office or city employment during the term of office for which elected. The mayor shall not hold any other regular employment or engage in any outside activity that would interfere with or detract from the performance of duties as mayor on a full-time basis.

From The Mayor's Office

 
The office of Mayor Wendy O'Quin Perrette wishes to assist you with your requests for the City of Bogalusa. We invite you to use the Action Center to contact Mayor O'Quinn Perrette. Should you want to contact us by phone, please call during office hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
 
Wendy O'Quin Perrette, Mayor
MayorPerrette@Bogalusa.org
 
 
Phone: 985-732-6200
 

Boards and Commissions

There are boards and commissions in the City of Bogalusa which were created for certain missions. These boards and commissions bring together city employees and citizen volunteers to provide enhanced services and enrichment opportunities for the community.
The current active boards and commissions of the City of Bogalusa are:

Runway & Navigational Aids

This information may not be accurate or current and is not valid for navigation, flight planning, or for use in flight. Always consult the official publications for current and correct information. No warranty of fitness for any purpose is made or implied.

Runway 36Runway

BXA - GEORGE R CARR MEMORIAL AIR FIELD

BOGALUSA, LA

INSTRUMENT APPROACH TO RUNWAY 18

APPROACH AIDS INFORMATION AS PUBLISHED ON 03 OCTOBER 2002

LOCALIZER RWY 18

Approach bearing

Magnetic bearing: 181
True bearing: 183
Magnetic variation: 02E

Localizer information

Type: LOC
Frequency: 111.1 MHz
Identification code: I-BXA ..-...-..-.-
Antenna location: 30-48-20.652N / 089-51-55.431W
Course width: 6.00 degrees

No glide slope facility

Outer marker information

Type: NONDIRECTIONAL RADIO BEACON
Name: CARMA
Frequency: 353 kHz
Identifier: BX -... -..-
(Lat/Long) Location: 30-52-53.866N / 089-51-43.676W
3.9 nm (24000 ft.) from the approach end of runway 18

No middle marker/locator navaid

No inner marker navaid

One


On Field

 
Manager Name: Louis Busby
Email address: Louis.busby@bogalusa.org
Mgr phone #:

(985) 732-4521
After Hours: (985) 750-0485
Emergency 9111

Latitude: 30 degrees 48.8'N
Longitude: 089 degrees 51.8'W
Elevation: 119 Surveyed
Attended: 0700-1600
Fuel available: 100LL JET-A
After hours fuel: (985)730-4230
Mag var: 02E Pattern Alt (while feet AGL): N / A
Tower: NO
Engine Repairs: Major
Airframe repairs: Major
Lights: DUSK-DAWN
Issuing Notam city id: DRI Notam 'D': YES
Unicom: 122.800 CTAF: 122.800
Nearest FSS at: DRI Phone: Dial 1-800 then 992-7433
Airport is N 1 nautical mile from the Central Business District.
Customs available: NO

Some Information above used by permission of AirNav.com created by Paulo Santos, <pas@airnav.com>

Copyright 1996, 2002 Paulo Santos. All rights reserved.

Airport Field Information

FAA INFORMATION EFFECTIVE 19 FEBRUARY 2004
  • Location
  • Airport Operations
  • Airport Communications
  • Airport Services
  • Runway Information
  • Airport Inspection
  • Airport Operational Statistics
Additional Remarks
- GCO AVBL ON FREQ 135.075 THRU DRI AFSS.
Remarks
- PAEW ADJ AER 36.
PCL OTS INDEFLY.
All information in this Topic used by permission of AirNav created by Paulo Santos, <pas@airnav.com>
Copyright AirNav, LLC, All rights reserved

Mission Statement

The mission of the Bogalusa Fire Department is to protect lives and property through the prevention and/or mitigation of fires and other emergencies. This mission will be accomplished through a variety of programs that hereby established. These programs are established with life safety, property conservation and cost effectiveness in mind, in that order.

Fire Prevention & Education

Fire Patch
The Bogalusa Fire Department has tips to help you prevent fires and to keep you safe if a fire should happen. Use the links below to learn more:



Contact & History

The Bogalusa Fire Department was established the same time the City was founded in 1914. It has been and still is a career Department which currently has 37 members. The Department has grown over the years to 3 stations.
  • W.F. "Pete' Rayborn Memorial Station is our headquarters located at 200 Arkansas Avenue, built in 1949
  • Station 2 was built in 1949 and since then has been remodeled and is located at 500 East 5th Street
  • Anthony J. Fiorenza Memorial Station or Station 3 is located at 505 West 8th Street, built in 1960

Contact Information

ContactTelephone Number
Fax Number
Fire - Police - Medical Emergency
911

Non-Emergency
985-732-6218

Fire Chief Richard Moody
985-732-6217
985-732-6245
Asst. Chief Steve Moses
985-516-0820
985-732-6245
Station No. 1 - Non Emergency
985-732-6219

Station No. 2 - Non Emergency
985-732-6226

Station No. 3 - Non Emergency
985-732-6227

Fire Marshall's Office
800-256-5452

District 7 Fire Department
985-732-5200

Office of Emergency Preparedness
985-732-5200

Poison Control Center
800-256-9822

Mayor's Office
985-732-6200

Police Chief
985-732-6209

Police Department - Non Emergency
985-732-3611

Fourth Ward Marshall's Office - Wayne Adams
985-732-0018

Bogalusa Airport
985-732-4521

Washington Parish Sheriff's Office
985-839-3434

Bogalusa Chamber of Commerce
985-735-5731

Fire Stations

Programs

A number of programs are offered by the Bogalusa Fire Department. More information on each program can be found via the links below:

Hurricane Preparedness

To prepare for a hurricane, you should take the following measures:
  • Make plans to secure your property. Permanent storm shutters offer the best protection for windows. A second option is to board up windows with 5/8" marine plywood, cut to fit and ready to install. Tape does not prevent windows from breaking.
  • Install straps or additional clips to securely fasten your roof to the frame structure. This will reduce roof damage.
  • Be sure trees and shrubs around your home are well trimmed.
  • Clear loose and clogged rain gutters and downspouts.
  • Determine how and where to secure your boat.
  • Consider building a safe room.
More information can be found via the links below:

Municipal Fire & Police Civil Service Board

Fire Department Patch Police Department Patch
The Bogalusa Civil Service Board represents the citizens of Bogalusa in civil service matters. The Board promotes efficiency in dispatch of public business; and assures fair and impartial treatment for all classified civil service employees.
 
Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service Board rules can be found at the link below 
 
Civil Service Board Rules
 
In response to the Bogalusa Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service Board's request, the Office of State Examiner has scheduled the following examinations:
 For information regarding upcoming entry-level Firefighter and Police Officer examinations, please call our information hot-line (225)925-4567. This service is available 24 hours, 7 days a week.

State of Louisiana - Office of State Examiner - Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service
 
 

Jail Visitation

Jail visitation is held on Thursdays from 2pm - 4pm.

Prisoner Allowable Personal Items List

  • Bible (1)
  • Books (3) (no hard back)
  • Shoes (no strings) (1 pair)
  • Shower Shoes (1 pair)
  • Envelopes (1 box)
  • Writing paper (1 pack)
  • Socks (3 pair)
  • T-Shirts/without pockets (3) (no tank tops)
  • Underwear (3) (briefs or boxers)
  • Long underwear (top and bottom) (1 pair)
Toiletries are provided by the jail.

ALL OTHER ITEMS ARE TO BE APPROVED BY THE WARDEN OR CO II

Note: All personal items are to be brought to the jail within 7 days of the day of incarceration. Items will not be accepted after that time period.

Dress Code for Visitation

NO Tank, Tube or Halter Tops
NO Shorts or Short Skirts
NO Purses or Cell Phones
 
ANYONE WEARING REVEALING CLOTHING WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO VISIT AT THE DISCRETION OF THE CORRECTIONS OFFICER

Guidelines & Warnings

Use the links below to discover more information on Guidelines & Warnings from the Police Department:

Court Information

Information on the Bogalusa City Court.

Ave B Sports Complex


City Council

Welcome to the Personnel Department


Airport Projects DBE

Public Notice For Airport Projects 

George R. Carr Memorial Airfield, Bogalusa, LA hereby announces its FY 2016-2018 Triennal DBE goal for disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) airport construction projects as indicated below:

  • FY 16:   8.2% DBE Goal      Runway 18 Obstruction Removal Part I
  • FY 17:   Project Undetermined 
  • FY 18:   Project Undetermined 

               Overall Three-Year DBE Goal FY16-FY18: 8.2%