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Important Message

March 23, 2020 – The Town of Grand Isle is still following parish, state and federal guidelines. Remember Governor Edwards as of 5:00 P.M., March 23, 2020 is calling a “STAY AT HOME” order until April 12, 2020, unless terminated sooner. Starting tomorrow 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. any services through the Town Hall will need to be scheduled with that department. Call 985-787-3196 for appointment. For police department services call 985-787-2104. All of the orders below will be in effect March 23, 2020, 5:00 P.M. until April 12, 2020 unless terminated sooner. NO fishing on fishing piers. NO short term rentals. NO playground/parks are open. NO golf cart/side by sides allowed on streets, LA Hwy 1 or beach. Beach will also be closed. Grand Isle State Park​ will be closing following the guidelines from Governor Edwards. Also, Secretary Jack Montoucet with Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries​ will be closing Elmer’s Island to follow Governor’s guidelines. These guidelines will be followed until April 12, 2020. Hopefully we can do this to get our summer back. These are tough decisions, but it needs to be done. HELP US DO OUR PART. 

-Mayor Camardelle, Council Members and Chief of Police.

 

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