Welcome to the League of Women Voters of St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana. Here you will find information of interest to our members and the general public.
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|The 2022 Slidell Election voters guide will be released on March 10th. See all the candidates in this election by clicking here.|
St. Tammy Parish invites your feedback on the New Directions 2040 Comprehensive Plan and the Future Land Use Map during the public comment period, which has been extended until April 1, 2022.
The draft Future Land Use Map is located on an online platform where you can leave a comment directly on the map. Click the Comment Icon at the top of the screen, drag and drop it on the location where you would like to make a comment. Your comments will help ensure the Future Land Use Map reflects your vision for St. Tammany Parish!
The draft plan, draft future land use map and comment form for the plan are all accessible online at NewDirections2040.com.
Paper copies of the draft plan and map are also available during open hours at the St. Tammany Parish Planning and Development Department Office (21454 Koop Drive, Building B, Ste. 1B Mandeville, LA 70471) and the following St. Tammany Parish Library Branches:
Slidell – 555 Robert Blvd., Slidell, LA 70458
Lacombe – 28027 U.S. Hwy 190, Lacombe, LA 70445
Madisonville – 1123 Main St, Madisonville, LA 70447
Covington – 310 W 21st Ave, Covington, LA 70433
Folsom – 82393 Railroad Ave, Folsom, LA 70437
Comment forms are available at the library and online at NewDirections2040.com.
Thank you for your input!
Review the Draft Plan here!
Interested in becoming an election commissioner? You can earn $200 per election.
Commissioners are desperately needed since new precincts have been added. Contact the St. Tammany Clerk of Court office to attend one of the classes listed below.
Looking for information about an election?
What’s on my ballot? Find out with the GeauxVote app.
How do I find out more about constitutional amendments on my ballot? Find out more info at http://parlouisiana.org/
Also check out information on voting locations, early voting sites and more on our Elections page.
Attend monthly Brunches with the League
for a discussion of the upcoming
St. Tammany Parish Council agenda.
NOTE: These are currently held virtually due to COVID-19 spikes!
To RSVP please email email@example.com
Guests are welcome!
Barbara Dodds and Jay Hawkins lead a review of the St. Tammany Parish Council agenda.
Members of the League of Women Voters of St Tammany are activists dedicated to providing voters in the Parish with the information needed to make effective voting decisions.
Monthly, a core group of members meet to review the Parish Council Agenda and to discuss issues of mutual interests. After the meeting, the leadership team gathers to manage the League’s business.
Annually, the members come together at an annual meeting to conduct formal League business and renew old friendships.
Throughout the year members may form special projects such as voter registration or candidate profiles. The team members tend to work remotely and coordinate by phone and email.
What the League does
Monitoring and Reporting
In St Tammany Parish the League monitors parish government and reports findings of concern to the membership. The monthly Parish Council agenda reviews are an example of the monitor and report cycle. Monitoring occurs throughout the year. Reporting may be as simple as an email to key people, a post to the League’s Facebook page, or a post to the Reports category of this weblog.
During election years the pace picks up as various projects kick off to provide members and voters needed information about the election. Usually the work informs members of issues concerning voting in St Tammany. Occasionally the work may extend to providing candidate profiles. Information about voting would appear in this weblog under Elections category and the candidate profiles would appear under Candidates.
Advocacy and Action
On a daily basis League members either individually or in small groups participate in special interest areas like healthcare, the environment, planning and zoning. Here the action is dynamic and changes occur daily. The League supports the members by providing a home on Facebook. Look there for the latest happenings in the League