Curfew : Parish-wide curfew from 10 PM until 5 AM every day until further notice.
Potable Water : We are under a boil water advisory for all areas SOUTH and EAST of the Intracoastal Waterway in Terrebonne Parish until further notice.
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Friday March 12, 2021 10:56 am - 905 Views - Posted By Administration
Effective Monday, March 15, 2021, Parish President Gordon E. Dove will open only the first floor of the Government Tower to the public. Face masks, social distancing (six feet minimum), and use of hand sanitizer as per Governor Edwards' mandate will still be required while in the building. This will give the public the option of continuing to use the Gabasse Street Customer Service Drive Thru feature or using the first floor Customer Service teller stations to pay the following:
TPCG Utility Bills - gas/electricity
TPCG Employee Retirement Insurance
Solid Waste Disposal Fees
New Gas Service Line Installation Fees
Picking up of TPR Registration Forms for all TPR Sports
The following Customer Service transactions should be handled in person at the Customer Service Utility Billing teller stations on the first floor of the Government Tower because they involve more personal attention and time:
All new Utility Billing Service Requests for electricity/gas (valid picture ID required)
Terrebonne Parish Recreation Department will now have their own teller station on the first floor to hand out coaches' badges and sports registration forms, accept filled out forms and copies of birth certificates, and accept payment for all sports entry fees.
TPCG Permits will have their clerks return to full service for walk-up permit forms and payments in the lobby. Online permits are still available and encouraged at www.mypermitnow.org.
Anyone needing the services of the Veterans Affairs office should call 985-857-3626 for an appointment.
President Dove stated, "Now that the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning to level out, I want to make sure that my staff does everything possible to make all business transactions with the citizens of our great parish as easy and convenient as possible."
All persons wishing to do business with the Assessor's office, Sales Tax office, or Louisiana Workmen's Compensation office should call ahead of time. A representative will either send someone to the lobby to assist you or escort you to and from their office to conduct your business.