OUR VISION

St. Bernard Parish Government shall be a model of excellence in local government; a safe, well-planned community with equal opportunity for all.

OUR MISSION

In partnership with our community, the mission of St. Bernard Parish Government is to protect and enhance the quality of life by providing a high level of service in an efficient and responsive manner for all citizens.







News & Announcements

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  1. Delacroix.shipyard

    St. Bernard Parish Update

    DELACROIX SHIPYARD TEMPORARILY CLOSED Read on...
  2. Corona

    St. Bernard Parish Update

    FREE COVID-19 TESTING Read on...
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    ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL RELEASE - Business as Usual

    Non-Essential Government Offices WILL REOPEN ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th Read on...
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    ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL RELEASE

    Non-Essential Government Offices closed TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th Read on...
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    ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL RELEASE

    Non-Essential Government Offices closed Monday, SEPTEMBER 14th Read on...
  6. Sandbags

    SANDBAGS

    SELF SANDBAGGING WILL BE AVAILABLE TOMORROW MORNING (SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th) STARTING AT 8AM. Read on...
  7. Sally

    STATE OF EMERGENCY

    St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis has declared a state of emergency for St. Bernard Parish this afternoon at 3:13pm due to Tropical Storm Sally and the threat to life and property of the citizens of St. Bernard Parish. Read on...
  8. IV Waste

    St. Bernard Parish Update

    IV Waste will be picking up garbage on Monday, Labor Day, but will be making rounds very early in the morning. If you are scheduled for garbage pickup on Monday’s, please put your trash can out Sunday night to avoid missing the pickup. Read on...
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    St. Bernard Parish Update

    Beginning Monday, August 31, 2020 through early December 2020, vehicular traffic on the St. Claude Bridge will be restricted to one lane in each direction for bridge repairs. Read on...
  10. Katrina

    St. Bernard Parish Update

    It has been 15 years since Katrina, one of the country's worst natural disasters decimated St. Bernard Parish leaving approximately 68,000 residents homeless. Read on...
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    St. Bernard - State of Emergency

    St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis declared a state of emergency for St. Bernard Parish this morning at 10:51am due to Tropical Storm Laura and Tropical Depression 14 and the threat to life and property of the citizens of St. Bernard Parish. Read on...
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    St. Bernard Parish Update

    St. Claude Ave. Bridge (LA46) Lane Restrictions Scheduled for August 24, 2020 - November 2020 Read on...
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    St. Bernard Parish Update

    Governor John Bel Edwards appoints President Guy McInnis to the Louisiana Board of Commerce and Industry. Read on...
  14. St. Bernard Parish Update

    Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for #MVN-2018-EOO (Mid-Breton Sediment Diversion) Read on...
  15. Trechelle Tranese

    St. Bernard Parish Update

    St. Bernard's newest business, Trechelle Tranese held its ribbon cutting ceremony today. Read on...
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    St. Bernard Parish Update

    Advertise on the Parish buses. Read on...
  18. Mouse and Bird CALLIOPE PUPPETS
  19. Light Bulb

    St. Bernard Parish News

    Low Income Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) Read on...
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  21. Wind Down

    St. Bernard Parish Update

    Wind Down Wednesdays FREE Concert Series is coming back on Wednesday, June 10th Read on...
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    Parish Officials Sworn Into Office for the 2020-2024 Term

    St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis and the St. Bernard Parish Council were officially sworn into office.
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Town Hall Meeting - Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority

St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis hosted a Town Hall Meeting to discuss the future of Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East (SLFPA) in our community.

Seafood Market

St. Bernard Parish along with Louisiana Sea Grant hosted their second seafood market at the Delacroix Fishing Complex with the goal of connecting the public with the local fishing community.

Get to know your Parish President

Get an intimate look at Parish President Guy McInnis as he shares how he got his start in politics, his goals for the future of St. Bernard and life at home with his family. Now airing on Cox Channel 76, U-verse channel 99 and the St. Bernard YouTube channel.

St.Bernard Parish vs SLFPA-E

Your elected officials and representatives are looking out for you as they fight for your flood protection in St. Bernard Parish.

Katrina - 15 Years Later

One of the country's worst natural disasters decimated St. Bernard Parish leaving approximately 68,000 residents homeless. Hear the stories of survival, rescue and rebuild told by first responders, government officials and others who rode out the storm. It's a story of determination and resilience where everyone came together in a time of crisis to help save lives and rebuild a community.

All these video and more can be found on the St. Bernard Television YouTube channel.