City FAQs
How do I know if I'm in Mandeville City Limits?

You are in the Mandeville City Limits if you pay a Water Bill to the City of Mandeville or your Property Tax Bill has amounts for "City Tax" and "City Mills." The City's tax bills are prepared and mailed by St. Tammany Parish Assessors Office. Please refer to the Assessors web site http://stpao.org/ for further information.

If you're not in Mandeville City Limits, then you are in Unincorporated St. Tammany Parish and should refer to St. Tammany Parish Government's website www.stpgov.org

For questions regarding Planning and Zoning call 985-898-2529. For questions regarding permits call 985-898-2536.

The "Streets" and "Subdivisions" of Mandeville located under "Mandeville Quick Facts" contains additional helpful information.

What is the City's population?


In the 2010 Census it was 12,500.

Take a look at earlier Census counts in the Planning and Zoning Commission section of the Boards and Commissions department.

Additional area demographics are available on the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerces' website http://www.sttammanychamber.org/ and the US Census Bureaus web site www.census.gov.

The population of Mandeville information is available in the "Mandeville Quick Facts" document.

What should I know about Flood Hazard Areas?


The City's flood hazard brochure shows flood hazard information.
Information about flood proofing is available through the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) website for the National Flood Proofing Committee (NFPC) http://www.usace.army.mil/Missions/CivilWorks/ProjectPlanning/nfpc.aspx

The Federal Emergency Management Agency's website www.fema.gov has information about FEMA, Region VI and the new Department of Homeland Security.

   

 

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