A Premier Community in the Southeast

 

In St. Tammany Parish, you will experience a rich, fulfilling quality of life, a thriving diverse economy, excellent health care choices and generations of families who live their lives steeped in tradition. You will find an educated workforce, an arts community that produces world-renowned talent, an educational system that is ranked among the finest in the State, an agricultural community that spans for generations, and myriad recreational opportunities.

 

Departments

Development Code Rewrite

These new development standards will incorporate changes to the ordinances to create a streamlined, organized  development process and improve regulations in several areas including, building code, drainage and flood control, health and santiation and zoning. In establishing these standards, every structure built in St. Tammany will reflect well thought out parameters to encourage, maintain and institute a unique and indentifiable image for residential and commercial development in our community.  

CLICK HERE to view the Proposed Development Code changes (pdf)

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View our Public Meeting from 10/11/2017 Below

 

 

Restore Act

U.S. Department of Treasury

Summary:
On April 20, 2010, the largest offshore oil spill in the United States occurred, exacerbating the effects of previous natural disasters.  Oil flowed unchecked for three months.  The cause was an explosion of the Deepwater Horizon, an oil rig drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.  Before the well was capped, millions of barrels of crude oil were released, closing tens of thousands of square miles of federal waters to fishing, and causing extensive damage to marine and wildlife habitats, and tourism. 


On July 6, 2012, the President signed into law the Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunities, and Revived Economies of the Gulf Coast States Act (RESTORE Act; Subtitle F of Public Law 112-141) (http://www.treasury.gov/services/restore-act/Documents/Final-Restore-Act.pdf) .  The Act established the Gulf Coast Restoration Trust Fund in the U.S. Treasury Department.  Eighty percent of the civil penalties paid after July 6, 2012, under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act in connection with the Deepwater Horizon oil spill will be deposited into the Trust Fund and invested.  Under the Act, amounts in the Trust Fund will be available for programs, projects, and activities that restore and protect the environment and economy of the Gulf Coast region. These funds were split into five different funding streams.


One of the streams, known as the Direct Component includes funds available for access by St. Tammany Parish through the Treasury Department. As of October 14, 2014, the amount available for distribution to St. Tammany Parish is $1,424,312.90. St. Tammany Parish is also requesting matching funds for four projects under the CPRA Parish Restore Act Matching Opportunities Program for the FMA/HMGP program that have been granted to us and two potential FMA grants. FMA and HMGP funds can be utilized for acquisition, elevation, flood-proofing, retrofitting and local drainage projects.


The requirements of the RESTORE Act define the conditions entities must meet before receiving Direct Component Funds. In order to access funds from the Treasury Department the Multi-Year Implementation Plan must be created and present to the public for comment. After the 45-day public comment period, the Multi-Year Implementation Plan can be sent to the Treasury Department for approval. Once approved, grant applications for the specific projects listed in the plan can be submitted for approval and processing.

Restore Act

Geographic Information Systems

Legal Disclaimer
 

St. Tammany Parish has developed a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database from existing public records that the Parish is mandated to maintain in order to carry out the normal functions of the St. Tammany Parish Government.

St. Tammany Parish makes no claims as to the reliability of the original data collection process and is not responsible for inaccuracies that could have occurred due to errors in the original data input or undetectable errors due to electronic transfer of the data from system to system or system to disk.

St. Tammany Parish Government customarily uses this data for planning purposes and record keeping, and the Parish is not responsible for any other use of this public information or use by any third party. If it comes to the Parish’s attention that this information is being used for commercial purposes, we retain the right to withhold this information from the requester.

St. Tammany Parish has accumulated this data in pursuance of its governmental function. This information is provided as required under the Freedom of Information Act and the Parish, its officers and employees assert their full legal rights under governmental immunity for any liability arising from any act of omission or commission with respect to the information furnished.

The Parish makes no claim as to the accuracy of the base maps and their associated data tables and assumes no responsibility for their positional or content accuracy.

In providing data (or access to it) the Parish assumes no obligation to assist the user in the use of the data, or in the development, use or maintenance of any applications applied to the data.

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Future Land Use Maps

ND2025 - Overall Maps


Transportation Plan - Phase 1


Flood Zones

ND2025 - Northwest Quadrant Maps


Existing Land Use


Future Land Use

ND2025 - Southwest Quadrant Maps


Existing Land Use 


Future Land Use
    

ND2025 - Overall Maps


Sewage & Water Coverage and Substandard Lot Subdivisions

The maps here are produced in Adobe Acrobat format.  You will need Acrobat Reader to view these maps.  It may be obtained at http://www.adobe.com/ at no charge.

Please note: 
The hydric soils map and the natural community habitat maps are between 7MB and 11MB in size respectively.

ND2025 - Overall Maps


Existing Land Use

ND2025 - Overall Maps


Future Land Use

ND2025 - Overall Maps


Hydric Soils


Natural Community Habitats

ND2025 - Northeast Quadrant Maps


Existing Land Use


Future Land Use
  

ND2025 - Southeast Quadrant Maps


Existing Land Use


Future Land Use 

Tammany Utilities

2016 Consumer Confidence Reports

Subdivision List - Water System

Abita Lakes Water System - LA1103173

Northlake Behavioral Water System - LA1103039 

Crossgates SD Water System  - LA1103053

Briarwood Terrace Water System - LA1103079     

Pineland Park Water System  - LA1103093

Ben Thomas Water System  - LA LA1103105

Lake Hills Water System - LA1103128 

Alton Water System  - LA1103145 

Meadowlake Subdivision Water System - LA1103146

Madisonville Woods Water System - LA1103147 

Faubourg-Coquille Water System - LA110314

St. Gertrude Water Sytem - LA1103154

Christwood Living Water System - LA1103158 

Indian Trace Water System - LA1103162

Bedico Creek Water System - LA1103191

Salvation Manor, St. Joe Water System - LA1103184 

Northridge Estates Water System - LA1103181

River Oaks Water System - LA1103180  

Subdivision List - Water System

Abita Lakes Water System - LA1103173

Abita Lakes Subdivision

Briarwood Terrace Water System-LA1103079 

Soult Street,   Forest Brook Estates, Abita Terrace,  Airfield/Trailwood, Angelica Estates, Autumn Wind, Briarwood Terrace, Brookstone, Carriage Lane, Casa Bella,Chinchuba East, Chinchuba West,Colonial Village, Covington Meadows,Dove Park,Emerald Pines,Fern Creek,Forest Brook,Forest Park,Forest Park Business,Fountains,Grand Maison,Grande Terre, Highway 1088, Highway 59, Koop Office Park, Lazy Creek,  McConnell Apts., New Canaan Hills, North of I-12, Northlake Corporate Center,Northshore Commercial, Old Mandeville,Ozone Park, Parc du Lac,Peace Office Warehouse,Quail Creek, Remington Court, Roquette Lodge, Six G's (Picadillys, Toyota, Hampton), Stonebrook, Tall Timbers,Tanglewood II,Twin Oaks, Westwood, Wisteria Manor, Woodlands

 Pineland Park Water System  - LA1103093 

 Bon Temps Village, Chapel Creek Condos,Del Oaks,Fairview Oaks Business Park,Gaslight Square,Highway 22,Indian Point, Mandeville Lake Apartments, Parkview,Penns Chapel, Pineland Park, Riverwalk, Wedgewood   

Faubourg-Coquille Water System- LA110314 

 Aldridge Oak, Arbor Walk, Arbor Walk Commercial, Ashland Oaks, Autumn Creek, Beau Arbre, Black River Estates, Black River Forest, Champagne Beverage, Claiborne Oaks, Del Sol,  Dominion, Fairfield Oaks , Faubourg Coquille,  Fleur de Lorraine , Fox Branch, Heritage Oaks,Hidden Creek,Highland Oaks,Innwoods,Les Bois, Madison Farms,Madison Villas, Madisonville Marketplace, Maison du Lac,  Myrtle Grove, Natchez Trace, Northpointe Business Park, Palm Court, Post Oak Landing, Ruelle du Chene, SavannahTrace, Sierra Ridge, Southdown,Stonebridge, Tallow Creek,Tchefuncte Parc,Tchefuncte South,Tchefuncte Trace, Terra Bella,Three Rivers Heights,Timber Branch,Tuscany West, Weston Glenn, Willow Bend,  Windermere        

    Indian Trace Water System - LA1103162 

  •  Indian Trace,Timberlane

Northridge Estates Water System

LA1103181

  • Tantella Ranch, Northridge,Eagle Landing,Countryside

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Get Outside

Under the natural, lush canopy of trees that cover St. Tammany Parish, you will find blueways, byways and trailways to satisfy every recreational desire. We encourage every resident and visitor to Get Outside and explore St. Tammany. 

Camp Salmen Nature Park

Camp Salmen is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday, year-round. Within miles of nature trails, visitors can observe animals such as deer, migratory and residential birds, and numerous reptiles. Lush and abundant plant life offers the curious, budding ecologist, an outdoor classroom.

Tammany Trails

Tammany Trails encompasses all trailways throughout St. Tammany Parish. It is the network of natural byways, both primitive, and improved, that can take you on an amazing journey, so close to home.

St. Tammany Fishing Pier

The St. tammany Fishing Pier, located at 54001 E. Howze Beach Road near Slidell, is just one of the many places we love to gather for a day of recreation, to sight-see or to just sit back and relax. We look forward to having generations of families enjoy the pier for many years to come.

Tammany Trace

Originally a corridor for the Illinois Central Railroad, the Trace now is an earth-friendly hike and bike trail stretching from downtown Covington, through Abita Springs, Mandeville and Lacombe and ending in Slidell. Our diverse community is connected by the Trace and our bountiful heritage that makes us uniquely the Northshore. 

St. Tammany Parish Government has completed a Comprehensive Rezoning of the entire parish. This two year effort was the implementation of the St. Tammany Parish Unified Development Code - Volume 1 (Zoning Ordinance). This Code replaces the previous Landuse 523 Zoning Ordinance originally drafted and adopted over 20 years ago.

The Zoning Maps adopted by the Parish Council are located below.

North West Study Area

The St. Tammany Parish Council adopted the North West Area Zoning Map, Mobile Home Overlay Map, and Rural Overlay Map at the April 1, 2010 Council meeting. The Zoning, Mobile Home Overlay, and Rural Overlay Maps became effective April 16, 2010.

Note that these maps do not reflect any zoning changes that have occurred since being adopted on April 1, 2010. To view the current Parish Zoning Map, please visit the Planning Department Homepage.

North East Study Area

The St. Tammany Parish Council adopted the North East Area Zoning Map, Mobile Home Overlay Map, and Rural Overlay Map at the April 1, 2010 Council meeting. The Zoning, Mobile Home Overlay, and Rural Overlay Maps became effective April 16, 2010.

Note that these maps do not reflect any zoning changes that have occurred since being adopted on April 1, 2010. To view the current Parish Zoning Map, please visit the Planning Department Homepage.

South Central Study Area Recommendations

The St. Tammany Parish Council adopted the South Central Area Zoning Map at the April 2, 2009 Council meeting. The Zoning Map became effective April 17, 2009.

Note that this map does not reflect any zoning changes that have occurred since being adopted on April 2, 2009. To view the current Parish Zoning Map, please visit the Planning Department Homepage.

SOUTH WEST STUDY AREA RECOMMENDATIONS

The St. Tammany Parish Council adopted the South West Area Zoning Map at the September 3, 2009 Council meeting. The Zoning Map became effective September 18, 2009.

Note that this map does not reflect any zoning changes that have occurred since it was adopted on September 3, 2009. To view the current Parish Zoning Map, please visit the Planning Department Homepage.

SOUTH EAST STUDY AREA RECOMMENDATIONS

The St. Tammany Parish Council adopted the South East Area Zoning Map at the September 3, 2009 Council meeting. The Zoning Map became effective September 18, 2009.

Note that this map does not reflect any zoning changes that have occurred since being adopted on September 3, 2009. To view the current Parish Zoning Map, please visit the Planning Department Homepage.

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