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Memorial Day Program
The Town of Krotz Springs will hold its Memorial Day Program and Observation at 1pm, Monday, May 29, 2023 at Nall Park. The Public is invited to attend as we unite to honor all deceased veterans of our community. The ceremony will take place at Nall Park pavilion, 548 Haas Street.
Makin' Groceries Mobile Market
Second Harvest "Makin' Groceries Mobile Market" will be here May 16, 2023 at the Gary Soileau Community Center, 216 Park Street from 10am-12pm. Second Harvest's Makin' Groceries Mobile Market puts healthy meals in reach by providing locally grown, farm-stand quality produce directly to underserved communities throughout Acadiana. Our goal is to close the gap between the community and its access to healthy, affordable foods. You go home with fresh products at affordable prices! We hope the community will come out and shop and support this new program that is offered to our community.
Community Center Anniversary
This month marks the 19th Anniversary of the opening of the Krotz Springs Gary Soileau Community. The Krotz Springs Municipal Public Library and Dr. Greene's office are located in this building which serves the community.
Employee Appreciation Day
Friday, May 26, 2023 has been set aside as Town Employee Appreciation Day to honor our Krotz Springs Employees. The Gary Soileau Community Center will be the site of the 35th Annual Employee Appreciation Banquet. Employees that will be recognized for their years of service: Felicia Barker 5 years. Thank you to all employees for your dedication and service.
Krotz Springs Sportsmen's Heritage Festival
You're ready for a class reunion!
Second Harvest distribution will take place May 16th and 17th at the Gary Soileau Community Center, 216 Park Street from 7:00am to 10:30am.
Town Hall Closure
The town hall will be closed on Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day. Town Hall will re-open Tuesday, May 30th.
Keep Louisiana Beautiful
The Town of Krotz Springs Received 10 Trash Receptacles Through "Keep Louisiana Beautiful Grant" to Prevent Litter at Nall Park
Town of Krotz Springs Launches a Brand New Website! Subscribe Today!
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This month marks the 28th Anniversary of the town newsletter. We are very proud of the newsletter and hope it has accomplished its purpose of providing news and information about town activities to our townspeople. The town newsletter can be viewed monthly on our website krotzsprings.org or on the Krotz Springs Facebook page. Remember, this newsletter is for you. We hope you take time to read it and keep up with happenings in our community. If you would like to be on the mailing list please call town hall 337-566-2322.
Anyone interested in using the parks for events must first check with Town Hall for availability to reserve the pavilions. We now have two pavilions that are available to the public for events. The permit is $50.00 and if the pavilion is cleaned and no damages $25.00 will be refunded. For more details call 337-566-2322.
On January 6th the town celebrates it's 106th Birthday. C.W. Krotz successfully incorporated Krotz Springs as a village on January 6, 1917. The proclamation creating Krotz Springs was signed by Governor R.G. Pleasant. Krotz Springs remained a village until 1955 when it was declared a town.
KROTZ SPRINGS PORT COMMISSION
Cindy Stelly has been appointed as the new Port Director for the Krotz Springs Port Commission. Congratulations Cindy! Cindy is a graduate of Melville High Schoo, a lifelong resident of St. Landry Parish. She and her husband, Mike, have three children and ten grandchildren. Cindy has worked for the Port of Krotz Springs as the Executive Secretary supporting the director since 2003. Cindy is a Councilwoman for the Town of Krotz Springs and served as Mayor Pro-Tem for a term. Cindy served as a Board Member for St. Landry Parish Emergency 911, Krotz Springs Sportsmen's Heritage Festival, a lifetime parishioner of St. Anthony Catholic Church, and devotedly serves her community. Congratulations Cindy! Well deserved!
A Bit of History!
Did you know...In the mid 1950's, a group of men known as "The Krotz Springs Citizen's League" formed and would meet monthly to discuss the needs of the town?
Community Center Anniversary
This month marks the 18th Anniversary of the opening of the Gary Soileau Community Center. Rental of the facility is $700 with a deposit of $200. The deposit is refundable upon completion of all requirements. A contract must be signed and payment is required prior to activity. The community center has become a great asset to our town, we have a library and clinic established in the building.