COVID-19 Updates

- COVID-19 Information and Updates -

1,703 Current Cases in St Tammany as of 5/28/2020

Numbers are supplied from the Louisiana Department of Health, numbers are updated everyday at noon.

Charts for Total and Daily New Cases
- LDH Information Table for St. Tammany Parish -


Check back for the most up-to-date news on COVID-19



May 24, 2020


In Partnership with the Louisiana Department of Health, Office of Public Health and the Louisiana National Guard, COVID-19 testing will be available to St. Tammany Parish residents at the locations below in the Parish.  

ST. TAMMANY PARISH WEEK1-4 0800am to approximately 1100am




St. Tammany

Journey Fellowship Church

3127 Pontchartrain Dr, Slidell




St Tammany

Journey Fellowship Church

3127 Pontchartrain Dr, Slidell 




St Tammany

North Side Plaza

163 Gause BLVD



Pearl River

St Tammany

Jubilee Foods

64109 LA 1090




St Tammany

Village Casino and Bingo

84418 LA 21








St Tammany

Community Center

3090 East Causeway Approach




St Tammany






St Tammany

Church of the King

22205 Little Creek Rd




St Tammany

Premier Center (Tentative)

Hwy 190 and N. Causeway Blvd




St Tammany

Recreational Dist #4

 61100 N.12th St








St Tammany

Ball Park

1007 Pine St.




St Tammany






St Tammany

Coquille Rec. Center (Tentative)

 13505 Hwy 1085




St Tammany

Fendlason Community Center

13296 Hwy 40,




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St Tammany

Pinnacle Mall  (Tentative)

7205 Pinnacle Pkwy




St Tammany

Planet Fitness (Tentative)

401 North Hwy 190




St Tammany


1301 N. Columbia St,



Abita Springs

St Tammany

Recreation Center

22517 LA-36



Abita Springs

St Tammany



Details: To be tested, residents must be at least 18 years old and have a valid Louisiana ID.  The site will use a self-administered nasal swab test that will allow those being tested to swab their own nose onsite while in their vehicles, observed by a trained medical volunteer to ensure the sample is taken correctly, and drop the sealed sample into a container on their way out of the drive-thru site.   Those being tested will need to wear a mask and stay in their cars for verification of eligibility criteria, ID check and self-administered test. Walk up testing is not preferred due to safety concerns. 

From May 26 until June 19, mobile test sites will be operating throughout the Florida Parishes. For a complete list of testing sites, see the list here.

St. Tammany Parish Government will update testing locations through the local media, on , STPG-TV, Social Media, and Emergency Operations Update emails from St. Tammany Parish Government.

May 19, 2020

Ochsner Health Announces Community COVID-19 Testing in St. Tammany Parish

COVINGTON, LA – Ochsner Health has expanded its community COVID-19 testing efforts on the Northshore beginning Thursday, May 21, 2020. Testing at locations across the region will continue through the remainder of the year at locations based on community need. Testing is open to Louisiana residents, age two and older, who wish to know their status. This investment in enhanced community testing is a critical step towards a safe reopening.

“This is an opportunity for any resident over the age of two to be tested,” said Mike Cooper, St. Tammany Parish President.  “We appreciate Ochsner standing up this testing site. We appreciate their community partnership always and especially during this pandemic.”

“It is incredibly import that those who want to be tested for COVID-19 have that opportunity. Ochsner is committed to keeping our staff, patients and our community safe, as many in the public go back to work and get closer to a sense of normalcy. Providing Community Testing is just one of the initiatives we are doing to bring that about,” said John Herman, CEO, Ochsner Northshore Region. “Our Clinics and other facilities are open and ready to see patients in a safe, clean environment, where we take their safety and wellbeing as our number one priority.”

Members of the community who wish to be tested should bring an ID and insurance card, if applicable. There are no out-of-pocket costs for those seeking a test and no one will be turned away based on their insurance status. Testing is available at the times listed below or until all test kits have been utilized.

Please find the Northshore testing location details below. Testing schedules are subject to change due to weather.

Thursday, May 21

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.  


Friday, May 22

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.


Church of the King – Little Creek Campus

22205 Little Creek Rd.

Mandeville, LA 70471


Community members will receive their test results within 24-72 hours via the MyChart patient portal or by phone. Those who test positive will have the opportunity to participate in Ochsner’s 14-day symptom tracker program designed for COVID-19 patients who do not require hospital care. Participants receive daily text messages to monitor symptoms and can be connected to our 24/7 nurse on-call line for additional support.

In addition to offering community testing, Ochsner has the following resources available:

  • Call the free Ochsner information line at 844-888-2772 for 24/7 advice and COVID-19 information
  • Established Ochsner patients can schedule a video visit with their provider and send secure messages via MyOchsner
  • New patients can see a provider over video through or via the Ochsner Anywhere Care app.  

For up-to-date information and resources on COVID-19, visit                       


May 19, 2020

Northshore Technical Community College Chancellor William Wainwright  gave us a Phase One Reopening Update Click here to watch.

Tri-Parish Works Phase One Reopening

May 15, 2020


22nd Judicial Courts Announce Phase One Reopening Guidelines

May 12, 2020

Final LIVE SAFE. WORK SAFE. SHOP SAFE. Action Plan released. Launched

May 11, 2020

Gov. Edwards: Louisiana will Move to Phase One Statewide on May 15, COVID-19 Stay at Home Order will be Lifted for Louisianans

May 10, 2020

Happy Mother's Day!

Top Ten on the Tenth!

May 8, 2020


The Live Safe. Work Safe. Shop Safe. Action Plan can be downloaded at

May 6, 2020

United Way of Southeast Louisiana Joined us for an update. Here's a link to their website and how you can help:

May 5, 2020

LPHI and LDH to Host Regional Tele-Town Hall Series – COVID-19: Preparing for the Next Phase May 5, 2020 - 4 p.m. – Region 9 (Hammond/North Shore Area)

May 4, 2020

Sewerage Inspection Permit Program

On Tuesday May 5, 2020, the Department of Environmental Services will begin performing sewerage inspections for applicants who are attempting to buy or sell a home and who have already submitted  the required application and payment.  We will continue to accept new applications but those who have already submitted their information will have priority.

The requirement for a Sewerage Inspection Permit for those seeking electrical service will continue to be waived until May 17, 2020.  This waiver only applies to those needing electrical service before May 17th.

New applications along with a check or money order payable to St. Tammany Parish Government in the amount of $50.00 may be mailed to us at:

The Department of Environmental Services

P.O. Box 628

Covington, Louisiana 70434

Or, the application and payment can be placed in one of our Tammany Utilities drop boxes located at:

350 North Military Road, Slidell; and,

21454 Koop Dr., Mandeville (next to the pavilion)

If you have questions or need further assistance, please email us at

April 30, 2020



In an effort to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, STAR Transit will require all passengers to wear a facemask that covers their nose and mouth while on board. Customers who do not wear a mask will not be permitted on board The facemask requirement will go into effect on Monday, May 4, 2020, and will continue until further notice. The masks are not required to be hospital grade.  They can be bandannas, fabric masks or neck gaiters.  Other safety measures are already in place, including additional vehicle cleanings and social distancing of passengers on the vehicles.

April 30, 2020

Draft guidelines from the St. Tammany Reopening Plan Continuum for the current phase, in correspondence with the existing the Executive Orders

April 24, 2020

A Virtual Parish Council meeting has been scheduled for May 7th at 6 PM.  Instructions for viewing the meeting and how to provide public comment will be provided as soon as possible. See notice here.

April 22, 2020

 Press Conference - video

April 20, 2020

LDH Announces Further Breakdown of Data 

St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper Announces Members of Newly Formed Advisory Council

Members of the Advisory Council are:

Sandy Badinger – Chief Executive Officer, Slidell Memorial Hospital 

Rhonda Bagby – Market Vice-President, Humana Health and Chairwoman, Northshore Business Council Board of Directors

Susan Bonnett Bourgeois – Chief Executive Officer, Northshore Community Foundation

Tiffany Carrasco – CAO and Deputy Chief, St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office

Alan Case – Vice-President, Lowry-Dunham, Case & Vivien Insurance Agency and Board Member, St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce

Joan Coffman – Chief Executive Officer, St. Tammany Parish Hospital

Kyle Cooper – Cooper Homes and President, Northshore Homebuilders Association

Bonnie Eades – Executive Director, Northshore Business Council

Chief Chris Kaufmann – St. Tammany Parish Fire Protection District #1 and St. Tammany Fire Chiefs Association President

Marty Mayer – President and Chief Executive Officer, Stirling Properties and Chairman, St. Tammany Corporation Board of Commissioners

Gretchen McKinney – Owner & Principal Consultant, increment, LLC and Vice Chairwoman, St. Tammany Society for Human Resource Management Board of Directors

Mark Myers – Attorney, Resolutions by Mark A. Myers, P.L.C., Chairman, St. Tammany Parish Tourist & Convention Commission and Chairman, Harbor Center Board of Directors

Donna O’Daniels – Chief Executive Officer, St. Tammany Parish Tourist & Convention Commission

Lacey Osborne – Chief Executive Officer, St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Charles Preston – St. Tammany Parish Coroner

Mike Tillman – Vice-President of Global Strategy & Raw Materials, Rain Carbon and Vice-President, St. Tammany Corporation Board of Commissioners

April 20, 2020

St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper Forms Advisory Council to Establish Re-opening Action Plan

The Louisiana Department of Health is now reporting confirmed positive cases by Census Tract. Tracts with a 2010 population below 1,000 did not have cases matched to them. See the map on their dashboard at

April 17, 2020

Update from St. Tammany Parish Public Schools :Fourth Quarter Learning Resources, New Guidance for Grades K-11, Continued Student Support for the 2020-2021 School Year

April 16, 2020

LDH Updates Reporting on Nursing Homes

April 15, 2020

Gov. Edwards Signs Order Closing Louisiana Schools for the Remainder of the Current School Year, Remote Learning Will Continue

The COAST - Council on Aging St. Tammany will distribute food boxes to St. Tammany residents age 60 and older at four locations throughout the parish beginning Thursday, April 16. Information here.

April 14, 2020

FOX 8 WVUE | April 14, 2020
St. Tammany Parish Update 

The COAST - Council on Aging St. Tammany will distribute food boxes to St. Tammany residents age 60 and older at four locations throughout the parish beginning Thursday, April 16. Information here.

April 13, 2020

President Cooper Signs proclamation for National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

April 12, 2020

Have a Happy Easter!

April 11, 2020

St. Tammany Parish Health Systems Waging war on superbugs

Tulane University awarded $10.3 million to test therapeutics, vaccines for novel coronavirus

April 10, 2020

St. Tammany Parish Government Offices are closed in observance of Good Friday. Have a safe and happy Easter!

Top Ten on the Tenth

Thank you to everyone on the front lines! Watch message

April 9, 2020

St. Tammany Parish Public Schools Announced today: Easter/Spring Break will be observed next week as scheduled.Support and academic resources remain on our district website and STPPS TV. We will continue sharing new academic resources after the holiday.Grab-and-Go daily hot meals will continue during the break, and boxes of shelf-stable lunches and breakfasts for 10 days will be available Wednesday, April 15. Weekly boxes will not be offered April 22.For more info, visit

April 8, 2020

 • Extended Stay at Home Order

• In his latest update, St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper spoke with Access St. Tammany STPG-TV. He discussed the extension of his Stay At Home Order and the additional provisions included in it for essential stores and retail establishments. He answered questions from citizens regarding reports from the Louisiana Department of Health and statuses of hospitals in St. Tammany. He also asked residents to take the Easter weekend to stay in, and use this time to make continue to make an impact on slowing the spread of COVID-19.

Links to video clips:

Stay At Home Order

LDH Reports and Hospital Statuses

Stay in Easter Weekend

April 7, 2020

St. Tammany Parish Business Operation Updates
• Congressman Steve Scalise: Coronavirus Legislation FAQ
• Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D.:  Cares Act Recovery Check FAQ
• Senator John Kennedy: Coronavirus Information & Resources

April 6, 2020

Congressman Steve Scalise gives an easy-to-read summary of the CARES Act.

April 5, 2020

The Southeastern News Channel recently spoke with St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper : .

April 4, 2020

Here is the latest update from St. Tammany Parish Government:

April 3, 2020

one 4/3/2020: The CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

Here is the latest update from St. Tammany Parish Government:

April 2, 2020

Governor John Bel Edwards announced a new text alert system that will provide timely COVID-19 updates and other critical guidance directly from the governor’s office to Louisiana residents.To opt-in, text ‘LACOVID’ to 67283.

April 1, 2020

Today is Census Day. This is a way we can all contribute. Look for your Census invitation in the mail (it's probably arrived already) and respond. The good news is, you can do it AT HOME, on your computer!

The 2020 Census will determine congressional representation, inform hundreds of billions in federal funding every year, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade including: school lunches and plans for highways. Support for firefighters and families in need. Census results affect everyday life in our community. It only happens once every ten years.

U.S. Census Bureau

Respond at

March 30, 2020

Due to uncertainty of the COVID‐19 virus, St. Tammany Parish has decided to resume inspections on a very limited basis. These inspections are limited to single family, multi-family and some commercial inspections. No inspections will be scheduled for accessory structures, swimming pools or generators. There shall be no workers present while inspections are taking place. Special inspections are suspended until further notice.

  • - Preliminary Drainage
  • - Plumbing Underground
  • - Foundations
  • - Open Wall to include all trades done as one inspection
  • - Electrical Service
  • - Final to include all trades done as one inspection
  • - Final Drainage
  • - Six Month Vacancy

All building permits can continue to be filed electronically at
To schedule inspections, call:

March 29, 2020

NAMI St. Tammany Mental Health Resources

Keeping Calm through COVID Hotline Call 1-866-310-7977 24/7Trained counselors available 24/7. All calls are confidential.

March 28, 2020

St. Tammany Corporation, in partnership with the Louisiana SBDC at Southeastern Louisiana University (LSBDC), will host a series of workshops for businesses, beginning on Monday, March 30th at 9:00 AM CST through Friday, April 3rd to discuss helping small businesses navigate the U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Application process. The workshops are free to join and will be facilitated via the Zoom platform each day.To register for the day that works best for your schedule, click this link: Each workshop is limited to 100 participants. It is strongly recommended that if you haven’t already, download the Zoom Software and/or App prior to the beginning of your selected workshop date

March 27, 2020

Tammany Trace will close Monday, March 30, 2020

All St. Tammany Parish Government employees who are able to work remotely, will do so starting Monday, March 30, 2020.

St. Tammany Parish Government operations will continue, with Tammany Utilities and Public Works Crews prepared to respond to immediate needs. Building code and drainage inspections will see a suspension during this time. Litter Abatement crews will continue to stand down. The Tammany Trace will close effective Monday, March 30, 2020. The Lacombe draw bridge will remain in the upright position for the duration of the closure, to allow marine vessels to get through. The Kids Konnection Playground, the St. Tammany Fishing Pier, Camp Salmen Nature Park, and Northshore Beach remain closed.

March 26, 2020

St. Tammany Parish Government’s Access St. Tammany STPG-TV is broadcasting a COVID-19 Dashboard with up-to-the minute information from St. Tammany Parish Government, the Louisiana’s Governor’s Office, the Louisiana Department of Health, and the CDC. Viewers can watch it on Charter at Channel 710, or on AT&T U-Verse, Channel 99, menu item Access St. Tammany. It is also live-streamed here.

March 25, 2020

Statewide burn ban issued during public health emergency 

Agency Updates:

St. Tammany Parish Public School System: Modified “Grab and Go” Meal Distribution Resumes Next Week
The St. Tammany Parish Public School System is partnering with local community businesses to offer options for both weekly and daily distribution of “Grab and Go” meals beginning next week. Read more at

March 24, 2020

Tammany Utilities Update
Notice of Change for Garbage District #1

Tammany Trace Updates
Starting Wednesday, March 25th, bathrooms at the Tammany Trace will be closed.  Residents are still allowed to use the Trace but social distancing is required.  

Municipality Updates – For the most up-to-date closures, please check with your local municipality if you have any questions. If a municipality isn’t listed, there have not been any changes or updates since the last update post on March 17th.

City of Slidell Updates

Important News:
The Slidell city administration has called for an emergency Slidell City Council meeting which will be held on Tuesday, March 24, at 5:30 p.m.

Slidell Animal Shelter is closed to the public until further notice
Camellia City Farmers Market is closed until further notice

Ways to help:
A new Facebook group “Slidell Strong” was created to find volunteers to shop for groceries and supplies for the elderly, sick and disabled in our community. To volunteer or for more information, please visit

City of Mandeville Updates

As of Monday, all parks and playgrounds are officially closed, including Paul Cordes Park (behind City Hall), Tyler Thomas Park on Lamarque Street, Neighborwoods, Sunset Point, and both playgrounds at either end of the Lakefront. The Lakefront is closed except for the walking path.  No picnicking, gatherings, hammocks or chairs allowed.

City of Covington Updates

New COVID-19 Information Center Page

Madisonville Updates

• Town Hall has been closed to the public – please make all payments online, over the phone or in the outside drop box.
• The Police Station is closed to the public
• The Madisonville Museum is closed to the public
•  All public meetings and events have been cancelled until 4/13/2020

Pearl River Updates

• All Street workers have been sent home until further notice but are on an as needed basis to come to work.
• The Sewer/ Water Department will be coming in daily to do maintenance to the Sewer Plant and to check all Lift Stations to make sure they are operating properly. After they have addressed all those needs they will return home and are on an as needed basis.
• Town of Pearl River facilities will be closed to the public

Agency Updates

St. Tammany Parish School Board COVID-19 Updates

Grab and Go Meal Distribution suspended as March 23rd 2020.


March 23, 2020

Press Conference March 23, 2020
Statements from Public Officials

March 21-22, 2020


• CISA Essential Business Guidelines Document

Statement By Mike Cooper, St. Tammany Parish President Regarding Governor John Bel Edwards' State-Wide Stay at Home Order - March 22, 2020

“Governor John Bel Edwards announced earlier today a state-wide Stay At Home Order effective at 5 p.m. Monday, March 23, 2020. As St. Tammany Parish President, I want to make it clear that I fully support the Governor’s actions, and we will fully comply with his order. I will sign and record a Parish-wide Executive  Stay-At-Home Order tomorrow,” said St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper. “I, like Governor Edwards, am asking for maximum compliance from our citizens. We are urging all of our residents to comply, for the safety, health and welfare of our citizens. Our community has already taken aggressive steps to slow the spread of the virus.  We are at a critical time in this public health emergency and we need to do more to slow the spread so we can begin to see a flattening of the curve. This will allow our medical resources to keep up with the positive cases we are told to expect. Again, I am asking all St. Tammany residents to be good citizens, cooperate with this order, and make sure your family does the same. We must work together to begin to see a slow of the spread of this virus.”

March 20, 2020

•  All Parish Maintenance Barns are closed to the public

Clerk of Court updates page

March 19, 2020

• Tammany Utilities Offices are closed to the public, including the office at 350 North Military Road. Customers can use dropboxes for payments, or call  985-276-6400 or 985-643-1376. Workers are there taking calls
Kids Konnection Playground on Koop Drive is closed and will continue to be closed until further notice.
Northshore Beach in the Slidell area is closed and will continue to be closed until further notice.
The St. Tammany Parish Coroner's Office is closed to the public.

The St Tammany Parish Registrar of Voters Office is closed due to the public health emergency that has been declared in St Tammany Parish because of the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus).


March 18, 2020

• Watch today's update here.

• Currently there are 8 COVID-19 cases in St. Tammany Parish

The Louisiana Workforce Commission has relaxed requirements for obtaining Unemployment Benefits

• Residents are reminded to think of your neighbors:
   - The supply chain is intact.  Please follow the CDC's recommendations of one week's worth of groceries.
   - Assist those who cannot go to stores (elderly, immune compromised, and those who are sick)
   - Remember to keep practicing safe hygiene habits and social distancing – we are doing all this to flatten the curve

The Louisiana Governor held a Press Conference today. Watch it here:


Beginning today, the following St. Tammany Parish Government buildings are closed to the Public:

• Koop Drive Campus, Towers Building, Tyler Street Complex, Courthouse Annex Building
• The St. Tammany Justice Center has limited access for the public with the exception of emergency courts, the St. Tammany Sheriff’s Office, and the Clerk of Court. 

SBA Loans for businesses affected by COVID-19

Business owners can apply online at  At the moment, Orleans and Jefferson parishes are options available to file.  The rest of the state should be available to file later today or tomorrow.  If business owners are having issues with the online form, please call the SBA directly at 1-800-659-2955 (TTY/TDD: 1-800-877-8339)

SBA Disaster Assistance Resources for Businesses
Economic Injury Worksheet

Other Helpful Information

Ways to Slow the Spread
CDC Guidelines for COVID-19 Prevention and Preparation

CURRENT STPGOV, Municipality and Agency Updates:
March 17, 2020

St Tammany Parish Government

Covid-19 status:
6 cases as of 9:30 AM, March 17, 2020


• Koop Drive Campus is closed to the public starting Wednesday, March 18th
• Tyler Street offices are closed to the public starting Wednesday, March 18th
• Justice Center closed to the public starting Wednesday, March 18th
    - Except for emergency courts, St. Tammany Sheriff's Office, and the Clerk of Court
• The Towers Building in Slidell will be closed completely, starting Wednesday, March 18th 
• Camp Salmen Closed
• Animal Services is closed to the public starting Wednesday, March 18th.  No intake or adoptions.
• All Public Meetings Postponed Pursuant to Emergency Declaration
• All other Parish Business – permits, etc. should be done online
• We are working closely with St. Tammany Corp., our Economic Development partner, to determine the need we’ll be facing and what resources we can gather moving forward. 

Municipality updates

City of Slidell  COVID-19 Updates
State of Emergency issued
All public Meetings have been cancelled until April 13th, 2020


• Slidell City Hall
• Slidell Municipal Auditorium
• Slidell Municipal Airport terminal
• Slidell Cultural Center at City Hall
• Slidell Museum and Slidell Mardi Gras Museum
• Slidell city offices, conference and meeting rooms
• Slidell city gymnasiums and city parks and restroom facilities including John Slidell Park, Heritage Park, Fritchie Park, Possum Hollow Park, and neighborhood parks

City of Mandeville  COVID-19 Updates

• City of Mandeville offices are closed to public contact, offices can be reached at 985-626-3144 or by e-mail
• Community Center, Saturday Market, and Trailhead are closed
• All public meetings are cancelled until the week of April 13, 2020

City of Covington

• City Hall closed to the public, please call the office with any questions.  Specific department phone numbers can be found at 

Town of Pearl River

• Park and Community center
• Town Hall office closed to the public but drop box is available and the office can be reached at 985-863-5800

Town of Madisonville COVID-19 Updates

Currently no closures

• Residents are encouraged to pay by phone 985-200-0615, online or use the outside drop box to pay bills.
• All organized events have been cancelled

Town of Abita Springs COVID-19 Updates

• Town Hall offices are closed to public entry.  Citizens should communicate via e-mail or phone only.
•  Check and money order utility payments should be placed in the drop box on the Annex Building next to Town Hall. Electronic payments can be made at
•  All municipality events and meetings have been cancelled through April 13th
•  Trailhead Park has limited access with no large gatherings through April 13th

Village of Folsom

• Town Hall lobby closed to the public but drop box and drive through is available for payments
• Magnolia Community Center will close tonight at 8pm and will remain closed until further notice

Village of Sun 

• Town hall is closed to the public.  Phone lines will be answered 8am-4pm Monday-Friday. (985) 886-5500


Agency Updates

St. Tammany Parish Library COVID-19 Updates

• All library branches are closed until further notice
• Once reopened, all library programs, outreach, and meeting room use will be suspended until further notice
• Library fines will not be charged for 30 days
• Patrons are asked not to return any library items until libraries are reopened

St. Tammany Parish School System COVID-19 Updates

• All public schools are closed until April 13th, 2020
• Beginning Wednesday, March 18, schools will offer “Grab and Go” hot lunch and prepackaged breakfast distribution from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at our eight high schools:

  • • Covington High (73030 Lion Drive, Covington 70433)
  • • Fontainebleau High (100 Bulldog Drive, Mandeville 70471)
  • • Lakeshore High (26031 Highway 1088, Mandeville 70448)
  • • Mandeville High (1 Skipper Drive, Mandeville 70471
  • • Northshore High (100 Panther Drive, Slidell 70461)
  • • Pearl River High (39110 Rebel Lane, Pearl River 70452)
  • • Salmen High (300 Spartan Drive, Slidell 70458)
  • • Slidell High (1 Tiger Drive, Slidell 70458)


St. Tammany Parish Government Implements Operational Changes Amid COVID-ID
MARCH 16, 2020

Mike Cooper, St. Tammany Parish President announced the following updates regarding COVID-19:

“Our number one priority is the safety, health and welfare of our citizens,” said Mike Cooper, St. Tammany Parish President. “Parish Government is currently activated at our Emergency Operations level while continuing to maintain essential services at this time.


Contact Us

  • Administrative Complex
    21490 Koop Dr.
    Mandeville, LA 70471

    Hours of Operation:
    Monday through Friday
    8:00am to 4:30pm