ST. MARTINVILLE EMERGENCY
 INFORMATION
and 
PUBLIC NOTICE
The City of St. Martinville has put together several links with important  resources and information related to emergencies. 

                             Always Remember to Dial 911 first in any emergency

Please click on the link's below for access
The City of St. Martinville
P.O. Box 379/120 New Market St., St. Martinville, LA 70582 * (337)394-2230 
(337)394-2244 fax





Public Notice
City of St. Martinville Water System

    The City of St. Martinville Water System is estimated to be thirty-eight years old, with two water wells that draw groundwater from the Chicot Aquifer, consisting of a 16" main line down to 2" lines, and services a population of 7,467 people living in or near the City of St. Martinville, LA. Our systems lines consist of three different types of materials. Polyvinylchloride (PVC), polyethylene (PE), and iron pipe. Iron pipe is used at the entry of our distribution system, and approximately fifty miles of piping is used throughout the system. We have no record that any of our lines contain lead.

    The City of St. Martinville uses chlorine gas as a method of disinfection of raw water and do not currently use any form of corrosion control. Along with other routine forms of sampling preformed regularly (including, but not limited to bacteriological, inorganic, organic and disinfection limits), we test our water system for lead. This testing occurs at 20 sites throughout the system on a 3-year schedule. The results of the lead testing (along with other test results) can be found in your Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) put out by the City of St. Martinville every year by June 30th.


Mayor Melinda Mitchell
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PUBLIC NOTICE

LCDBG Application Available for Review (12/23/2021 - 1/4/2021)
POSTED: DECEMBER 23, 2021

 
The City of St. Martinville announces that an application for the FY 2021/2022 Louisiana Community Development Block Grant (LCDBG) funds will be submitted for the following:

 
Activity: LCDBG funds will be used to redevelop the recreational area of the St. Martrinville Festival Grounds to allow access to fishing, canoeing walking,and an open-air performing center.
 

Objective: To provide adequate service for low-moderate income residents of the City of St. Martinville
 

Location: The target area consists of the area centrally located on Bayou Teche in the town of St. Martinville on New Market and Madison Street.
 

Amount: The City of St. Martinville Festival Grounds and Waterfront Development will be an entertainment and recreational facility located in the Downtown area of the City of St. Martinville. The grounds will be a refurbishment of a blighted piece of property along the bank of the Bayou Teche waterway. $400,000.
 

All citizens, particularly persons of low and moderate income and residents of blighted areas, are encouraged to submit their views and proposals by January 4, 2022,to Mayor Melinda Mitchell. at the following address:
 
Office of the Mayor St. Martinville
Post Office Box 379 St. Martinville Louisiana 70582 Telephone:337-394-2230
 

The application is to be submitted to the Division of Administration, Office of Community Development on or about January 6, 2022. A copy of the application will be available for review at the City of St. Martinville City Hall between the hours of 8 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday 

Public Notice

The Mayor and City Council of the City of St. Martinville will hold a Special Meeting at City Hall, 120 New Market Street, St. Martinville, on Wednesday, December 29, 2021 at 1:30 pm to discuss and possibly hire a firm to amend and submit the reapportionment plan to include sections of the districts that were inadvertently omitted and to amend the redistricting ordinance adopted December 15, 2021 to include Brian Street & Seiber Rd in District 3 and Conde Rd & Trosclair Rd. in District 2.

MEETING CANCELLED