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Tomb of Evangeline

You can find a tomb for Evangeline in the St. Martinville graveyard next to the Catholic Church of St. Martin de Tours.

Historic District

The Historic District boasts of 50 historic landmarks/sites and registered historic buildings in downtown St. Martinville built from 1820 until 1931.

Saint Martin de Tours Church

Saint Martin de Tours Church is one of the oldest Catholic churches in America and the third oldest in Louisiana.

African-American Museum

The African-American Museum tells the story of the arrival of the Africans and the development of the free people of color community in Southwest Louisiana.

Notre Dame Church

The Notre Dame De Perpetual Secours Church in St. Martinville recently celebrated its 85-year anniversary.

Acadian Memorial

The Acadian Memorial was established in honor of the 3,000 Acadian men, women and children who found refuge in Louisiana after British forces exiled them from Acadie.

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I think the white man next to the Mayor has an issue with my brother. And I do think color has ALOT to do with it!!!!

The Mayor was elected and is being BLOCKED from making decisions that best benefit his citizens. That’s a darn shame!!!

There we go they couldn’t agree to hire a guy who’s already at their disposal but here we are trying to create a position for someone else who is already assisting in the department. Make it make sense!

What is worse? Residents’ decision makers not being able to make decisions? THE decision makers making wrong decisions? You all are fitting into BOTH categories, unfortunately, like a glove. Which is worse? Just pick your poison I guess?

Let’s talk BUDGET DECISIONS: Don’t promote the 2-year experienced internal candidate. Instead, post the job, fill it with a third-party candidate, and pay them more than the internal candidate (or you all’s personal money-saving candidate) would require.

I agree 100%!!!

THE BS NEVER STOPS!

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Registrations are still being accepted.  Unfortunately, the Parish lunch program has ended so please bring your childs lunch.

Last Wednesday was a blast at St. Martinville Senior High! Thank you to all the players, coaches, and families who came out to support our youth at the Summer Basketball games. Your enthusiasm brings our community together and highlights the spirit of St. Martinville! Join us every Saturday throughout the summer for more hoops, high fives, and community spirit. Let’s keep cheering on our young athletes as they dribble, shoot, and score their way into summer!

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Last Wednesday was a blast at St. Martinville Senior High! Thank you to all the players, coaches, and families who came out to support our youth at the Summer Basketball games. Your enthusiasm brings our community together and highlights the spirit of St. Martinville! Join us every Saturday throughout the summer for more hoops, high fives, and community spirit. Let’s keep cheering on our young athletes as they dribble, shoot, and score their way into summer!

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Public Notices

Public Notice 12-21-2023

The Mayor and City Council of the City of St. Martinville have canceled the regular meeting scheduled for 6:00 p.m., Monday, January 1, 2024 at City Hall, 120 S. New Market St., St. Martinville,...

Public Notice 05-22-2023

The Mayor and City Council of the City of St. Martinville will hold a Special Meeting at City Hall, 120 New Market Street, St. Martinville, on Monday, May 22, 2023 at 2:00 pm to approve the...

Public Notice 12-28-2022

The Boil Advisory has been rescinded.

Public Notice 12-23-2022

Due to on going weather conditions, the City of St Martinville is under a boil water advisory until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Public Notice 11-01-2022

Boil Advisory has been rescinded

Public Notice 10-8-2022

The Mayor and City Council of the City of St. Martinville will hold a Special Meeting at City Hall, 120 New Market Street, St. Martinville, on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 1:00pm to consider the...

Public Notice 9-29-2022

The Mayor and City Council of the City of St. Martinville have canceled the regular meeting scheduled for 6:00 p.m., Monday, October 3, 2022 at City Hall, 120 S. New Market St., St. Martinville,...

Public Notice 9-8-2022

Electrical crews are working to make necessary repairs to poles that were damaged by weather last night.In order to change the poles it is necessary to shut off the electrical power at approximately...

Public Notice 9-7-2022

Boil advisory for City of St Martinville water system has been rescinded.

Public Notice 9-5-2022

Boil advisory for the City of St. Martinville remains in effect until at least Wednesday, September 7th. An update will be provided on Wednesday. Sorry for the inconvenience.