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COVID-19 Update, April 30, 2020

At the Town of Grand Isle council meeting on April 28, 2020 the following changes were made for our guidelines with the Covid 19. Golf carts and side by sides are allowed on the beach and back lanes. The same rules we had in place for the golf carts and side by sides...

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Grand Isle Enforces Check Point and Curfew – Updated

The following guidelines are effective on Monday, April 20, 2020: All vehicles will be checked at Grand Isle Welcome Sign / Jefferson Parish line. One ID per vehicle. Camp owners are allowed to enter the town; however, proper ID (property tax bill, utility bill or...

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GRAND ISLE ENFORCES CHECK POINT AND CURFEW

The following guidelines are effective on Monday, April 20, 2020: All vehicles will be checked at Grand Isle Welcome Sign / Jefferson Parish line. One ID per vehicle. Camp owners are allowed to enter the town; however, proper ID (property tax bill, utility bill or...

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COVID-19 Update – April 14, 2020

Previous emergency ordinance and declaration is hereby amended to allow camp owners and their immediate families access to and limited use of their property beginning Monday, April 20, 2020 and non-resident camp owners shall provide the police department with contact...

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COVID-19 Update – April 13, 2020

Last week the town of Grand Isle took strategic measures to protect the lives, health and well being of its citizens, residents and those sheltered in place in Grand Isle due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. After Emergency Declarations at the municipal, parish, state and...

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Upate 4.9.2020

As per Chief Laine Landry, Sr., As of today, April 9, 2020 at 6 am. The below temporary tags that are on the green/yellow colored paper. Previously issued will no longer be accepted for re-entry to Grand Isle. Entrants must have a State of LA Issued License with a...

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Grand Isle makes the New York Times’ 2020 list of places to go

Grand Isle makes the New York Times’ 2020 list of places to go

Louisiana’s last inhabited barrier island, Grand Isle begs an unsettling question: Does a place appear more hauntingly beautiful when you know it’s disappearing? A longtime sport and commercial fishing hub two hours south of New Orleans, this pancake-flat wisp of land...

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