South Lafourche Levee



Without flood control, nothing else matters
--Windell Curole 

Our regular monthly meetings are typically held on the second Monday of each month. The next meeting has been scheduled for:

February 15, 2016

3:00 P.M.

SLLD Meeting Room

17904 Hwy 3235
Galliano, LA  70354


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A-East (East Golden Meadow) dredging project

Our Goal is... provide, within our district, the highest possible level of protection from flooding due to high tides, heavy rain falls, tropical storms and hurricanes for the safety and well being of the community of South Lafourche.

***The February Board Meeting has been moved from Feb. 8th to February 15th.***  
Please mark this date on your calendar.
(Concerning flood waters in the Mississippi River and Tributaries)
Click HERE for the latest on Floodgate and Lock Status

Upcoming holidays and office closures:

            • Mar. 25, 2016  Good Friday

        • Other holidays may be proclaimed by the governor


*Please note that our office closes at 11:30a each Friday.  Any holiday that falls on Friday will be split between Thursday and Friday.   When two holidays fall on Thursday and Friday consecutively (Thanksgive and Acadian Day), the office will close at 11:30a on Wednesday.


For a complete list of 2015 State Employee holidays, click here.

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Articles of Interest

And What About Hurricanes? by Windell Curole
Check our News and Events
and Papers by Windell Curole sections for more.

Marsh Creation Project
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The photo to the left is an aerial of the project in the planning stage.  The drone video shows how much growth has filled in and spread beyond the actual planned area.


Marsh Project Video 


National Flood Insurance Program
Get the lastest on FLOODGATE and LOCK CLOSURES
Levee Elevations Map
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The dotted lines are the design elevations of 2011. The gray line is the elevation of 2012 and the red line is today's elevation (2014). We have made significant improvements over the past few years and we want to thank the community for their continued support.