Inniswold Estates Jefferson Terrace Civic Association
Our Metro Council Representative is Matt Watson. EBR Metro Council- District 11.
The ACRC has a public health and safety function and essentially protects people from animals and animals from people. Before 11 p.m. 389-2070 After 11 p.m. Sheriff 389-5000
The homes between the Westminster/Pine Park neighborhood and the new Bluebonnet Blvd are in Sector 8C2. The homes on the other side of Bluebonnet Blvd (between Bluebonnet Blvd and the Airline/Siegen area) are in Sector 8B1. Click on the button for "Crime Statistics" on the home page at this link. Burbank Substation phone 225-389-5511
It is the responsibility of the Department of EMS to provide a progressive and comprehensive system of pre-hospital care, education, and public awareness to the residents of East Baton Rouge Parish. EMS is responsible for coordinating the dispatch, movement, and communications of all emergency medical vehicles within the parish.
City/Parish website - information and pertinent links for litter problems. ALSO - SEE additional information about Litter Problems in our Fire & Crime Safety page.
If you need to have your yard sprayed for mosquitoes, you can call 356-3297.
There is a smartphone app for RedStick 311 that can be used to report various issues. If you don't have a smartphone or don't want to use the app, a request can be submitted on this page.
The platform, located at my.brla.gov, provides residents with up-to-date, map-based information on recent incidents involving City-Parish agencies, such as police, fire, traffic incidents, 311 requests for service and building permits. The platform allows users to search by using maps, dates, addresses, neighborhoods ZIP codes or Metro Council District. Residents can create a free account and save their searches to refer back to them or sign up to receive daily, weekly or monthly emails with updates about new incidents in their area.
The St. George Fire Protection District is an independent political subdivision of the State of Louisiana. The purpose of the District is to provide for the fire, emergency medical, and other emergency response needs of the over 100,000 people living within its boundaries. Those boundaries cover a little over 68 square miles and include the majority of East Baton Rouge Parish that is located south and east of the city limits of Baton Rouge. The District is supported solely by taxes and fees that the Citizens of the District have voted to impose upon themselves. The District receives no general fund support from East Baton Rouge Parish, the City of Baton Rouge or the State of Louisiana.
Click this link to register for e-mail neighborhood crime-watch alerts!
Click this link to search for sex offenders within a radius you define!
Sex Offender Search and information about the Louisiana State Police Sex Offender and Child Predator Program and registry.
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