Overview of Planning Process and Parish Trends
Please click on the link above to view an overview of the Master Plan Planning process and recent Livingston Parish trend
Survey of the Florida Parishes
PDF of Survey (4.3MB)
The 2008 Quality of Life Survey was sponsored by Southeastern Louisiana University and conducted by the Southeastern Social Science Research Center (SSSRC). It is the first of a series of SSSRC reports designed to provide tangible materials for connecting citizens with regional planning efforts and to help elected officials, planners, nonprofit organizations and others work cooperatively in developing solutions to identified problems.
This survey was conducted from June through September 2008 by the SSSRC. Responses were solicited from 5,000 randomly selected residents in the five north shore parishes of Livingston, St. Helena, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington. The mail survey had a 25% response rate, totaling 1,150 completed questionnaires.
Long-Term Recovery Plan
PDF of Plan (5.4MB)
The Long-Term Recovery Plan addresses long-term recovery and rebuilding by focusing on categories of transportation/Infrastructure, economic, public safety, public health and health care, education and workforce development, housing and community development, environmental, human services, and coastal restoration. The following documents contain Livingston Parish’s directions for that plan and planning process.
*Livingston Parish, Louisiana Environmental Infrastructure Master Plan, Water and Wastewater System Improvement and Enhancement
PDF of Plan (29.8MB)
In 2007 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers completed the Livingston Parish, Louisiana Environmental Infrastructure Master Plan, Water and Wastewater System Improvement and Enhancement. The plan identifies recommendations for locations for water and sewer lines and plants, as well as funding requirements for the plan. It is well worth reviewing and thinking about the following:
The locations were recommended to serve existing as well as future needs. Where the sewer goes, development will be attracted (to vacant land at least)– do these preliminary recommendations by the Corps of Engineers serve the areas where you think growth is most suited (or most likely) in the future?
*LPCMP Map Directory
Directory (Opens in new window)
The following maps have been generated to set the context for the Comprehensive Master Plan Process. These maps are in draft form and were created using readily available information from a variety of sources.