A Message from the Mayor

From the desk of Mayor Greg Lemons, Unfortunately, this weekend the news again reported tragic events. Reports of the senseless taking of lives seems to be in the headlines more and more often. This time it wasn't another country or even another state. This most recent tragedy occurred right here in a neighboring community. Three men, law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, the kind of men that we sometimes take for granted, the kind of men that run toward danger to protect us, were killed in a senseless act of barbarism. We ask a lot of them for little pay, and often with little appreciation. We are grateful such men and women are among us, we honor them, and their service, and we mou

Scholarship Opportunity from The Abita Springs Women's Society

The Abita Springs Women's Society, formally known as the Ladies Progressive Club, is offering students residing in Abita Springs, who are enrolled full-time and attending a post-secondary education, a scholarship opportunity. The deadline to apply is July 1st, 2016. The deadline to submit eligibility requirements is august 1st, 2016. Applications can be downloaded via the attachment or you may pick one up at the offices of the town hall. You can even contact Geralyn Lips @ 504-451-0371 or e-mail her @ geralynlips@gmail.com To download the application...please click here

Remember Bingo!

Bingo is every Friday night except Good Friday. Doors Open at 6:30. Children under six are not required to purchase a card to play

Town Rentals Available in Abita!

Planning a special party? Need a place to hold your event? You might want to consider renting one of the Town's facilities! You can rent the Town Hall, Trailhead Pavilion and Shade Shelters. Contact Debbie, our Rental Director, at (985) 892-0711 or debbie.maclean@townofabitasprings.com

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