Port of Lake Charles Opening

Port of Lake Charles

 

School meals

Vinton Elementary and Starks High will be reopen as feeding sites on Monday. All 21 sites will be open for business.

LC City Council

The Lake Charles City Council Agenda Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 has been cancelled in light of COVID-19. 

MSU ticket office

The McNeese Ticket Office will be closing for in-person sales for the foreseeable future. For assistance, email tickets@mcneese.edu or call 337-562-4MSU. Updates will also be available at McNeeseSports.com or on the McNeese Sports Facebook or Twitter.

West Cal Port Board

The regular meeting of the West Calcasieu Port Board of Commissioners scheduled for Tuesday, April 7, has been postponed.

West Cal Airport

The W. Cal Airport Managing Board regular scheduled meeting (4/7/2020) has been postponed.

Chamber SWLA, SWLA Alliance

The Chamber SWLA and SWLA Economic Development Alliance are open, however, The SEED Center on the McNeese Campus is closed to visitors. Most of the Alliance staff are working from remote locations, but they are accessible via email.

If immediate assistance or information needed call (337) 433-3632.

Registrar of Voters

The Calcasieu Registrar of Voters office will remain open, but with reduced staff and restricted access to the public. Assistance available by calling 721-4000 or email CalcasieuROV@sos.la.gov. Election and voter information available at www.geauxvote.com

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