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Welcome Letter from the Mayor

Bonjour a tout, "Good Day to All" from the great city of Scott, Louisiana "Where the West Begins and Hospitality Never Ends." 

Currently Scott, Louisiana is the home of over 8,000 great people.  Our progressive city has demonstrated that we can maintain a great quality of life for our citizens along with bringing quality businesses that enhances our great city.  My hands on approach and open door policy will always make me accessible to you, the people of Scott, if you need anything of me please, never hesitate to call or just come by City Hall.  

Residents, this is a quick and easy way to keep up with your government, businesses and activities that go on around Scott.

Visitors, I hope you will enjoy viewing the great amenities of our great city.  The growth, prosperity, and culture are what make Scott the richest part of the gumbo.  So come by and have a taste!


 Purvis J. Morrison, Mayor                                  

News/Upcoming Events in the Community:


 Upcoming Events & News



 Date: Sunday, February 4, 2018

 Time: 1 pm Roads will close at 12 Noon Sharp

 Where: Parade starts at the corner of Apollo Road and Specialty Lane.   Travels across St. Mary Street onto Frontage Road down to Parkwest Drive.  It turns right onto Parkwest Drive, then left on St. Mary Street, then right on Delhomme to Machine Stop where the parade ends.

Bring the family to Scott, Louisiana for fun filled entertainment.  The floats are beautiful and the throws are plentiful!

 If you are interested in participating in the parade there will be a Pre-registration meeting at 6 pm on January 16, 2018 at the Scott Police Station on Lions Club  Road.  Official parade registration will be held from January 22 through February 2 at First Turn in Scott.  They are located at 712 I-10 South Frontage Road. Float registration is $125 per float.  Proof of insurance is required for the vehicle as well as the drivers license for the operator of the vehicle.  The floats will be judged with a winner named for the "Most Original Float"!

 For more information please call the following:

Mary Hebert at 337-984-7502

Scott City Hall at 337-233-1130 or

First Turn at 337-233-9383 


We are looking forward to seeing you for the

Scott Mardi Gras Parade!! 





The City of Scott will be accepting applications for a Laborer II position.  Experience working with Municipal Water, Sewer, Gas, or Streets and Drainage Preferred.  Must have CDL or be able to acquire one on the job.  Application forms and job descriptions may be picked up at the Scott City Hall, 125 Lions Club Road, Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00pm. Send completed application and/or resume to City Manager, P.O. Box 517 Scott, Louisiana 70583.  We are an equal opportunity employer.

Annual Scott Boudin Festival
Any other information regarding the festival please click to view the OFFICIAL Scott Boudin Festival website .       


MARK YOUR CALENDARS......the 6th Annual Scott Boudin Festival will be held on April 6th, 7th, & 8th 2018!!!                

  Check out the 2014 Highlights of the Boudin Festival which was filmed by Holbrook Multimedia, Inc. which is featured in our video gallery!!




Click here to view
The City of Scott Annual Budget - Fiscal Year 2017-2018





The Scott Market

Come out and enjoy the family friendly atmosphere.  The wide variety of vendors all with their own unique items to sell.  Stay tuned with exciting new updates and activities or visit the Scott Cultural District Facebook page. The market is scheduled to start Saturday, June, 2018.

If you are interested in becoming a vendor please contact:
City Hall at 337-233-1130.



City of Scott Land Use Code 

The City of Scott has recently adopted a Land Use Code, click here to view the full copy.  



 Apollo Road Extention

CLICK HERE to view a map of the final approved route for the Apollo Road Extention or visit the lobby of City Hall to view in person.




Draft Comprehensive Plan--"Scott 2032: Your Community.  Your Plan."

The City of Scott has released the a draft of the Comprehensive Plan, for public review and comment.  The Team has prepared a comprehensive plan based on the participation of citizens during a week-long Charrette in October 2011. The Scott 2032 Plan documents the community's Vision and includes goals and policies for guiding the future of Scott.  

Copies of the Comprehensive Plan are available to download by clicking here for FINAL DRAFT , APPENDIX 02 , APPENDIX 03 , and also please feel free to fill out the COMMENT FORM .  Additionally, copies have been made available at the following locations for viewing; Lafayette Public Library, Scott Branch, 5808 Cameron St.; Scott City Hall, 125 Lions Club Rd; and La Maison de Begnaud House, 110 Benoit Patin Rd.  There will be comment forms available at these locations as well as online.  

The City of Scott has also hired Pat Logan to serve as the Comprehensive Plan Facilitator, to be contacted at 337.233.1130 or by email pl[email protected] /* */ to answer any questions, concerns, or meeting information.

Also, a Comprehensive Planning and Zoning Commission which consists of five members of the community who were appointed include; Preston Bernard, Kara Boudreaux, Yolanda Senegal, Kirk Prejean, and Mark Moreau



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