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  • Baton Rouge Code of Ordinances: CODE OF ORDINANCES CITY OF BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA and EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH, LOUISIANA Inclusive of Ordinance No. 14419, enacted April 28, 2008. (Supplement No. 68, Update 1)
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  • City of Baton Rouge: Situated on the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge represents the best of Louisiana’s vibrant culture. The state capital, Baton Rouge is a thriving city that is home to both LSU and Southern University and numerous businesses and industrial facilities. Known for its great people, its unique food and its lively music, Red Stick has something for everyone – including a local government that cares. Welcome to the City of Baton Rouge and Parish of East Baton Rouge official government website, where you’ll find everything you need to know about the services that help you and your neighbors every day. Whether you’re looking for updates on current events, diverse career opportunities, or just how-to information, you’ll find it here.
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  • Crime Prevention District Bill: Creates the Concord Estates Crime Prevention District within East Baton Rouge Parish (EBRP) as a political subdivision of the state. Provides that the purpose of the district shall be to aid in crime prevention and to add to the security of district residents by providing for an increase in the presence of law enforcement personnel in the district. Provides for district boundaries.
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  • Department of Public Works: The Department of Public Works is responsible for a wide variety of activities within the Parish including maintenance of streets and roads, maintenance and operation of drainage facilities, sewer collection lines, maintenance and operation of sewer treatment facilities, coordination of environmental activities, building code enforcement, construction inspection and approval, maintenance of public buildings, operation of a central garage, engineering services for construction projects including design and supervision, traffic control device maintenance, traffic control engineering.
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  • EBR Parish Sex Offender Database: Use this search to view all offenders within a specified radius of your home, business, school or other desired address.
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  • Metropolitan Council District 10: Councilwoman Lorri A. Burgess has strong ties to the citizens of Baton Rouge, especially those in South Baton Rouge’s District 10. As a native, it’s her home and where she has and continues to invest her efforts to encourage community development, revitalization, and the enrichment of its residents.
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  • Recreation & Park Commission
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  • Submit a Citizen’s Request for Services: The primary function of 3-1-1 Call Center is to receive, record and channel the service request to the proper City Parish agency(ies). The requests are generally of a public maintenance nature. The City Parish charter does not allow public work forces to do work on private property.
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  • Traffic Cameras (Mostly Interstate): TrafficLand launched its public website on Monday, September 10, 2001, feeding video from 32 roadside cameras in Northern Virginia. The tragic events of the next day immediately made TrafficLand.com an invaluable tool for area residents seeking to evacuate the city after the attack on the Pentagon and local media seeking reliable information about ground conditions. The one day old TrafficLand public website met the challenge. The company has since built a record of success in each of its market segments and today provides live video from thousands of cameras worldwide.
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  • Traffic Engineering: The Traffic Engineering Division will provide safe and efficient movement of traffic in the Parish through the optimal use and maintenance of the most appropriate traffic control devices or equipment. This will be accomplished in a professional manner using the most efficient procedures possible by a qualified and trained staff that are sensitive to the public needs. It is the goal of the division to maximize use of the resources while streamlining the procedures providing for the safe and efficient movement of traffic. We want to respond quickly and eliminate complaints allowing the division to productively process customer needs.
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John WilliamsBaton Rouge