Louisiana Public Broadcasting
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Education - LPB Resources
Scroll down to "Explore a World of Interesting Possibilities!" to find links to everything from A to Z!
3-1-1 Call Center
Hours: 7:30am - 5:00pm M-F
For domestic animal concerns (stray/loose dogs and cats); housing conditions (overgrown lots, junk or inoperative vehicles); mosquito related problems; potholes; traffic signal malfunctions (street sign and traffic light related concerns); sidewalk concerns (damaged or in need of repair), trash & debris pickup; tree/branch hazards; non-permitted construction and zoning violations.
For medical emergencies, fires, or crimes in progress
811 Call Before You Dig - LA One Call is a free service to help you dig safely. ... Before you start.. Dial 811
To report outages or street light out, call
Extensive list (6 pages) of phone extensions for Baton Rouge government and services from Animals to Utilities.
Click here to view and print out this handy list!
Garbage, trash and recycling collection days by zip code
For 70810 -
Garbage is collected on Mon. & Thurs.
Recycle on Thurs.
Trash Pick-up on Thurs.
NOTE: Hired contracters are responsible for removing their own debris (trees that were removed, building trash, etc.)
Going Green in Red Stick!
How to set out your garbage cart, recycling cart, yard waste and trash
Be sure to click on "Open Data BR" after going to link above! This was launched in July 2015 by Mayor-President Kip Holden. It is an interactive digital tool - that includes information on housing & development, government, business & financial, public safety, transportation, and culture & recreation. For more information, visit
City of Baton Rouge
East Baton Rouge Parish
Council District 3 - Chandler Loupe (GOHCA district)
No Soliciting Rules
More information on soliciting:
All those wishing to engage in house-to- house peddling must first obtain a permit from the finance department as provided in subsections12:200(c) and (d).
All persons engaged in house to house peddling, as herein defined, must have a valid permit for the time period in which they are peddling.
All persons engaged in house to house peddling, as herein defined, must have a valid permit on their person, and produce said permit and suitable identification to demonstrate that the solicitor is the person identified by the permit upon demand by an occupant or law enforcement officer or agent.
Minor children engaged in house to house peddling, as herein defined, receive permits through their parents or legal custodians.
Minor children engaged in house to house peddling, as herein defined, must be accompanied by an adult, at least eighteen (18) years of age, while engaging in house-to-house peddling.
State of Louisiana
EBR Sheriff's Office Calls for Assistance (CAD - Calls for assistance by geographic sector)
To view crime reports by the month: Click on the link above. Click on "I understand" On next screen click sector 7, then click on Sector 7B, and finally on Sector 7B1 to get stats for our area. Click on the the month you are interested in. Incidents are grouped by category - click on a catagory for more details - the block number and street where the incident was reported.
Sector 7B1 - bounded by Highland Rd., Bluebonnet Blvd., Perkins Rd., and Siegen Ln.
BE SURE TO LOCK YOUR CAR DOORS & SET CAR ALARMS, LOCK YOUR HOMES & SET ALARM SYSTEMS, & BE VIGILANT!
(Homeowner Association Law Enforcement Communication System)
announced in March, the partnership between the Baton Rouge Police Department and the Civic Associations of Baton Rouge. This endeavor will begin within the city limits but plans to expand to the entire parish. The BRPD will cultivate a direct line of communication with the Civic Associations regarding criminal activity within the city limits in order to meet the needs of the citizens of Baton Rouge.
Because Greater Oak Hills Civic Association is a member of the Federation of Greater Baton Rouge Civic Associations, Custom Security is offering discounts (thru 12-31-14) to our 2014 GOHCHA members. Custom Security will verify that the applicant is a current member.
Reminders from our safety liaison:
* Record serial numbers of all firearms or anything of value that you have.
* Take pictures of your jewelry.
* Keep these lists at a place other than your residence, i.e.: office, relative’s homes, etc.
* Take a few minutes and protect yourself. SET YOUR ALARMS, even if going out for “a few minutes”.
* Lock your car doors.
NOTE: Many items are stolen and subsequently recovered by law enforcement but are not able to be traced and returned because the victim could not provide identifying information.