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OUR VISION

St. Bernard Parish Government shall be a model of excellence in local government; a safe, well-planned community with equal opportunity for all.

OUR MISSION

In partnership with our community, the mission of St. Bernard Parish Government is to protect and enhance the quality of life by providing a high level of service in an efficient and responsive manner for all citizens.







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Town Hall Meeting - Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority

St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis hosted a Town Hall Meeting to discuss the future of Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East (SLFPA) in our community.

Seafood Market

St. Bernard Parish along with Louisiana Sea Grant hosted their second seafood market at the Delacroix Fishing Complex with the goal of connecting the public with the local fishing community.

Get to know your Parish President

Get an intimate look at Parish President Guy McInnis as he shares how he got his start in politics, his goals for the future of St. Bernard and life at home with his family. Now airing on Cox Channel 76, U-verse channel 99 and the St. Bernard YouTube channel.

St.Bernard Parish vs SLFPA-E

Your elected officials and representatives are looking out for you as they fight for your flood protection in St. Bernard Parish.

Katrina - 15 Years Later

One of the country's worst natural disasters decimated St. Bernard Parish leaving approximately 68,000 residents homeless. Hear the stories of survival, rescue and rebuild told by first responders, government officials and others who rode out the storm. It's a story of determination and resilience where everyone came together in a time of crisis to help save lives and rebuild a community.

All these video and more can be found on the St. Bernard Television YouTube channel.