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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 100-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 this was another night, not 2/19.

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This is so much better!

We’re excited to announce that the City of St. Martinville has upgraded our online bill payment system to serve you better! We’ve changed our online bill payment provider to ensure a smoother, faster, and more secure way to manage your payments online. To continue enjoying the convenience of online payments, please visit stmartinville.org to register with our new system. It’s quick, easy, and ensures that you have access to all the latest features and security enhancements.

For any questions or assistance, please contact city hall. Thank you for your cooperation and for helping us improve our services to better meet your needs.

#StMartinville #OnlineBillPayment #CityServices #RegisterNow
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We’re excited to announce that the City of St. Martinville has upgraded our online bill payment system to serve you better! We’ve changed our online bill payment provider to ensure a smoother, faster, and more secure way to manage your payments online. To continue enjoying the convenience of online payments, please visit https://stmartinville.org to register with our new system. It’s quick, easy, and ensures that you have access to all the latest features and security enhancements.

For any questions or assistance, please contact city hall. Thank you for your cooperation and for helping us improve our services to better meet your needs.

#StMartinville #OnlineBillPayment #CityServices #RegisterNow

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I do automatic draft, it’s a game changer. I absolutely love doing that bc of our mail system and internet service 🍭…

Does it cost to pay online?

The new one won’t work either

So we have a City Hall that's never open and a website that doesn't work on the day the utility bill is due. Make it make sense! All late fees should be waived until this is resolved.

What about the money spent in the App?? Who is in charge of keeping it up??

Is the app no longer useable?

What about the massive increase in the water bill that no one will answer the phone about? You can’t call city Hall and ask questions if no one answers the phone

I agree that late fee's should be waived for the payment that was due on Feb. 15th, cause it seems that numerous customers ran into the same issue of trying to pay it on time, but due to lack of notification about this "new" online payment site on the City of St. Martinville's part late fee's were applied. The friendly reminder text message that was received about the water bill due even had a link to the "website is under maintenance" page.

So let me get the straight. People who work a 9 to 5 (essentially) who can’t make it there physically have the “convenience” to pay the bill online. Which we can’t do because the original website is down. No one did the smart thing and made sure that the new “more convenient” website worked for the customers? Did someone look at the new website and say “ooohh pretty” and then shut off the computer for the weekend?? How come it’s the year 2024 and this town still runs like it’s 2009??

Just trying to help- 1-Click on the link for stmartinville.org 2-click on 3 lines in upper right corner to bring the menu 3-DO NOT GO TO UTILITIES instead, scroll all the way down to “I want to” and choose make a utilities payment - you should see a screen that shows diversity. Then, you can create an account and pay bill.

Been trying to pay my bill for days online now. Still not working, even today and now it’ll have a late charge on top of it?? Lmaoooo nahhhh. Yall better be waiving every single late charge for customers having to deal with this janky system yall got goin

Are you still going to add a service charge on this new app. ??

I’m told it definitely works. However if you bookmarked the previous payment page- you can’t use that one. Go to st Martinville.org and go to payment option. Save the new link.

The new site lets you create the password and when you hit create account it keeps saying unable to create. Refresh page…

This was not working yesterday.

For days, I had been trying to pay my bill online. Didnt know they had a new site. Kept showing "Under Maintenance". Now I find this post, and what do you know? I had to not only pay fee for using my card, but late fee also. This is, what...the third website in the last 3 years?

Do they still charge a service fee? If so, Not interested!

It doesn't work can't put information in

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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.