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GOHSEP Louisiana Disaster Damage Self Report Survey

The Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness is seeking information from anyone who received damage due to the heavy rain event last week.  The Louisiana Disaster Damage Self Report Survey will help local and state emergency managers collect data to move forward with the recovery process. A link to the survey is on …

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Mayor’s Police Chief Appointment Approved by City Council

At the City Council meeting held Thursday, July 22nd, the Council voted to approve Mayor Madden’s appointment of Mr. Todd Schliem as Mandeville’s new Police Chief. “Chief ” Schliem will come to the Mandeville Police Department after a stellar career with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, where the majority of his career was spent working …

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Water Water Everywhere

With over 8 inches of rain falling in Mandeville since last night, overwhelming drainage systems, we are experiencing high water on multiple streets. Waters are beginning to recede but runoff will continue to keep the drainage outfalls, including ravines and bayous, full throughout the day. Please proceed with caution if you are out on the …

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4th of July on the Lakefront!

Celebrate Independence Day  with family and friends on the Mandeville lakefront!  Picnics allowed beginning at 10:00 a.m.,  with a kid’s tent sponsored by Keep Mandeville Beautiful,  The Boogey Men concert at 6:00 p.m. and we will light up the lake with fireworks at dark.

BOIL WATER ADVISORY

Due to a water main rupture in the 1400 Block of Monroe St, water service was interrupted to make the repair.  The City has issued a Boil Advisory for those residences within the Blue shaded area.  The Boil Advisory will remain in effect until rescinded by Mandeville Public Works. It is recommended that only the …

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Mayor Madden Announces Traffic Summit

Mandeville Mayor Clay Madden has organized and called the second annual Mandeville Traffic Summit. The public meeting will take place on Monday, June 21,  from 5:30pm to 7:00pm at the Paul Spitzfaden Community Center on East Causeway Approach. Panelists will include: Mandeville Mayor Clay Madden, Parish President Mike Cooper, State Senator Patrick McMath, State Representative …

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