TOWN OF LIVONIA, LOUISIANA                                                (225) 637-2981
3111 LA Highway 78 - P.O. Box 307 - Livonia, La. 70755       Police Dept. (225) 637-2857





City Hall Hours:
 Monday - Friday   8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Office Telephone:  (225) 637-2981
Office Fax:     (225) 637-3189
Police Department:  (225) 637-2857
For Water Quality Report click link above.
For Gas Awareness Notice click link above.
All owners and occupants of homes or businesses within the Town of Livonia are required to install their physical address numbers on their property for identification by emergency 911 departments.

The numbers must be made of high reflective material and at least 4" per number.

This small requirement is very crucial to be identified in the event of an emergency.  It could mean life or death!

 BULKY WASTE & WHITE GOODS COLLECTIONS

The P.C. Parish Police Government provides collection of white goods and bulky waste at roadside for residents.

White Goods: washers, dryers, stoves, ovens, refrigerators, A/C, hot water heaters, and other small appliances.

Bulky Waste: tree limbs and branches no longer than 8 feet in length and 24 inches in diameter, furniture, mattresses.  No wire or metal, or construction debris.

Collection dates:    1st full week and 3rd  week of each month.

The Town of Livonia ask that you refrain from putting this roadside until the weekend prior to pickup to avoid flying debris and drainage restrictions.

See attached for more information



 
AVOIDING INVESTMENT SCAMS

www.ofi.la.gov/SecuritiesInvestorEd.htm - Info on avoiding investment scams, and free services from the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions (OFI) to protect Louisiana investors from investment fraud. Free speaker to large groups at 225-925-4512. 



IN THE ATTEMPT TO STOP THE SPREAD OF COVID

We are asking that you mail your payments, use the drop box outside by the lobby door, or pay online. 

If You Have Any Questions Call 637-2981 or 637-4954.  
POINTE COUPEE PARISH MOSQUITO

Our updated website allows residents to submit mosquito service requests directly to the parish contractor. Just scroll down the homepage at www.pcparish.org and click on the mosquito control button. 
You can also reduce the mosquito population by:
  Draining anything that might collect water.
  Keeping your lawn mowed to reduce resting sites.
  Filling in any low spots in your yard that might hold water.
  Flushing bird baths at least once a week.
  Removing vegetation and debris from ditches.
  Keeping pools clean and in operating condition.
  Cleaning ponds and stocking with minnows.
 PARISH DUMP AVAILABLE

DUMP AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC AT 
9636 MORGANZA HWY. 


ALL ITEMS MUST BE ABLE TO FIT IN A 30 YARD DUMPSTER.  

MONDAY - THURSDAY 7 AM - 5 PM
$5.00 DUMP FEE
 We are sad to share the news that our beloved Council Member and Friend, Warren Pourciau, Sr.,  has passed away. 

 
A resident of Livonia, he passed away on Friday, July 23 at his home at the age of 81. He was a retired Prudential Insurance Agent. He served 24 years as Mayor of Livonia. He also served 8 ½ years as Town Councilman. He proudly served in the National Guard during the Berlin Crisis. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Billie Bergeron Pourciau; son, Warren C. Pourciau, Jr. (Nancy); daughters, Amy P. Doucet (Stephen), Wendy P. Jumonville (Gary); grandchildren, Madeline P. Tarter (Talon); Jacob (Lauren) and Evan (Kristi) Doucet; Zoe, Benjamin and Ryan Jumonville; great grandchildren, Lucy, Annie and Natalie Doucet; sister, Geraldine P. LeJeune; brothers, Allen and Gary Pourciau; sister-in-law, Yvonne Pourciau. He is preceded in death by his parents, Adam and Daisy Lee Pourciau, grandchildren, Zachary W. and Morgan E. Pourciau, Joshua A. Jumonville, brother, Adam Pourciau Jr. A visitation will be held at Niland’s Funeral Home in Livonia on Monday, July 26, 2021 from 9 am until 11:30 am. Mass of Christian Burial will follow at St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church at 12 noon. Concelebrant will be Rev. Michael DeBlanc assisted by Rev. Arun John. Interment will follow at St. Frances Cabrini Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Stephen, Jacob and Evan Doucet; Gary, Benjamin and Ryan Jumonville. Honorary pallbearers will be Gary LeJeune, Roger Bergeron, Louis Trabona, Charles Andre, Johnny Canazero, Johnny Sparks, Johnny Steib, Joe Guidroz, Maurice Picard and Terry Jarreau. Memorial Donations may be made to Pointe Coupee Hospice and the Janell LaCombe Cancer Fund. The family is grateful for the love and support of many friends during Warren’s time of illness. Special thanks and recognition to Warren’s children, Warren Jr., Amy, and Wendy for their special love and care.