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Home ::: Louisiana

Population: 4529605

Total Males: 2215673
Total Females: 2313932
Median Household Income: $ 44673
Total Households: 1696499
   

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Louisiana in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Abberville Abbeville
Abita Abita Springs Acme
Addis Aimwell Albany
Alexandria Algiers Ama
Amelia Amite Anacoco
Angie Angola Arabi
Arcadia Archibald Arnaudville
Ashland Athens Atlanta
Avery Island Avondale Baker
Baldwin Ball Barataria
Barksdale Air Force Base Basile Baskin
Bastrop Batchelor Baton Rouge
Bayou Vista Beachview Beaver
Belcher Bell City Belle Alliance
Belle Chase Belle Chasse Belle Rose
Belmont Bentley Benton
Bernice Berwick Bethany
Bienville Blanchard Bogalusa
Bonita Boothville Bordelonville
Bossier Bossier City Bossier Drive
Boulder City Bourg Boutte
Boyce Braithwaite Branch
Breaux Bridge Breaux Ridge Breauxbridge
Bridge City Broussard Brusly
Bueche Bunkie Buras
Burnside Bush Cade
Calhoun Caliente Calvin
Cameron Campti Carencro
Carson City Carville Castor
Cecilia Center Point Centerville
Central Chackbay Chalmette
Charenton Chase Chataignier
Chatham Chauvin Cheneyville
Chopin Choudrant Church Point
Clarence Clarks Clayton
Clifton Clinton Cloutierville
Colfax Collinston Columbia
Convent Converse Cotton Valley
Cottonport Coushatta Covington
Creole Crowley Crowville
Cullen Custom House Cut Off
Cutoff Darrow De Quincy
De Ridder Delcambre Delhi
Delta Denham Springs Denham Springs (Watson)
Dequincy Deridder Derry
Des Allemands Destrehan Deville
Dodson Donaldsonville Donner
Downsville Doyline Dry Creek
Dry Prong Dubach Dubberly
Dulac Duplessis Dupont
Duson East Point Echo
Eden Edgard Effie
Egan Elizabeth Elko
Elm Grove Elmer Elmwood
Elton Empire Enterprise
Epps Erath Eros
Erwinville Estherwood Ethel
Eunice Evangeline Evans
Evergreen Fallon Farmerville
Fayetteville Fenton Ferriday
Fisher Flora Florien
Fluker Folsom Fordoche
Forest Forest Hill Fort Necessity
Fort Polk Franklin Franklinton
French Settlemnt Frierson Galliano
Garden City Gardner Garyville
Geismar Georgetown Gering
Gheens Gibsland Gibson
Gilbert Gillam Gilliam
Glenmora Gloster Glynn
Golden Meadow Goldonna Gonzales
Gorum Grambling Gramercy
Grand Cane Grand Chenier Grand Coteau
Grand Isle Gray Grayson
Greensburg Greenwell Spgs Greenwell Springs
Greenwood Gretna Grosse Tete
Gueydan Hackberry Hahnville
Hall Summit Hamburg Hammond
Harahan Harmon Harrisonburg
Harvey Haughton Hayes
Haynesville Heflin Henderson
Hessmer Hester Hineston
Hodge Holden Homer
Hornbeck Hosston Houma
Husser Ida Independence
Innis Iota Iowa
Jackson Jamestown Jarbidge
Jarreau Jeanerette Jefferson
Jena Jennings Jones
Jonesboro Jonesville Joyce
Kaplan Keatchie Keithville
Kelly Kenner Kentwood
Kilbourne Killona Kinder
Kraemer Krotz Springs Kurthwood
La Place Labadieville Lacassine
Lacombe Lafayetee Lafayette
Lafitte Lake Arthur Lake Charles
Lake Providence Lakeland LaPlace
Larose Las Vegas Lawtell
Lebeau Lecompte Leesville
Lena Leonville Lettsworth
Libuse Lillie Lincoln
Lisbon Livingston Livonia
Lockport Logansport Longleaf
Longstreet Longville Loranger
Loreauville Los Angeles Lottie
Louisville Lovelock Luling
Lutcher Lydia Madisonville
Mamou Mandeville Mangham
Mansfield Mansura Many
Marble Maringouin Marion
Marksville Marrero Marthaville
Mathews Maurepas Maurice
Meairie Melrose Melville
Mer Rouge Meraux Mermentau
Merryville Mesquite Metaire
Metairie Metarie Milton
Minden Monroe Montegut
Monterey Montgomery Montpelier
Mooringsport Mora Moreauville
Morgan City Morganza Morrow
Morse Moss Bluff Mount Airy
Mount Hermon MT Hermon Napoleonville
Natalbany Natchez Natchitoches
Negreet New Bern New Iberia
New Llano New Orleans New Roads
New Sarpy Newellton Newllano
Newport Beach Noble Norco
North Las Vegas North Shore Norwood
Oak Grove Oak Ridge Oakdale
Oberlin Ogallala Oil City
Old Jefferson Olla Omaha
Opelousas Oscar Pahrump
Paincourtville Palmetto Papillion
Paradis Parks Patterson
Paulina Pearl River Pelican
Pender Perry Pierre Part
Pine Grove Pine Prairie Pineville
Pioneer Pitkin Plain Dealing
Plaquemine Plattenville Plaucheville
Pleasant Hill Pointe a la Hache Pollock
Ponchatoula Port Allen Port Barre
Port Sulphur Port Vincent Powhatan
Prairieville Pride Princeton
Provencal Quitman Raceland
Ragley Rayne Rayville
Reddell Reeves Reno
Reserve Rhinehart Richwood
Ridgecrest Ringgold River Ridge
Roanoke Robeline Robert
Rochester Rodessa Rosedale
Roseland Rosepine Rougon
Ruby Ruston Saint Amant
Saint Benedict Saint Bernard Saint Francisville
Saint Gabriel Saint James Saint Joseph
Saint Landry Saint Martinville Saint Rose
Saline Sarepta Schriever
Scotlandville Scott Scottsbluff
Seattle Shongaloo Shreveport
Sibley Sicily Island Sidell
Sieper Sikes Simmesport
Simpson Simsboro Singer
Slagle Slaughter Slidell
Sondheimer Sorrento South Sioux City
Sparks Spearsville Spencer
Springfield Springhill Sreveport
St Amant St Francisville St Gabriel
St Martinville St Rose St. Amant
St. Bernard St. Francisville St. Gabriel
St. Louis St. Martinville St. Rose
Starks Start Sterlington
Stonewall Sugartown Sulphur
Summerfield Sun Sunset
Sunshine Swartz Talisheek
Tallulah Tangipahoa Taylor
Terrytown Theriot Thibodaux
Tickfaw Tioga Torbert
Transylvania Trout Tullos
Tunica Turkey Creek Uncle Sam
Urania Urbandale Vacherie
Varnado Venice Ventress
Vidalia Ville Platte Vinton
Violet Vivian Wakefield
Walker Washington Waterproof
Watson waukon Welsh
West Monroe Westlake Westminster
Westwego Weyanoke White Castle
Wiggins Wildsville Wilson
Winnfield Winnsboro Wisner
Woodworth Wymore Yerington
York Youngsville Zachary
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Louisiana


Basic History

Louisiana has a rich, colorful historical background. Spanish explorers were early settlers. The land was later claimed by the French in 1682. Louisiana became a French crown colony in 1731 but was ceded to Spain in 1763 after the French and Indian Wars. Louisiana reverted to France in 1800 and was sold to the U.S. in 1803. The southern part, known as the territory of Orleans, became the state of Louisiana in 1812.

Environmental History

Forests in Louisiana consist of hardwood forests, cypress and tupelo swamps. Important commercial trees are beech, eastern red cedar, and black walnut. Orchids and hyacinths are the state’s wildflowers. Spanish moss grows profusely in the southern regions. Louisiana’s varied habitats- tidal marshes, swamps woodlands, and prairies- offer a diversity of fauna. Deer, squirrel, rabbit, bear, muskrat, mink, bobcat and skunk are commonly found in the state. Bird population includes the quail, turkey, woodcock, and various waterfowl. Threatened animal species include the Louisiana black bear, bald eagle, Alabama heelsplitter, and redcockaded woodpecker.

Green Initiatives

Monroe Transit has been awarded for its green initiatives in pollution prevention, taking steps to decrease the amount of emissions produced by city vehicles by introduction of biodiesel fuel as an option, purchasing buses with particulate filters, purchasing hybrid vehicles with low emission vehicle (LEV) rating, and promoting ridership to decrease the number of automobiles on the road. Through these initiatives, the city of Monroe hopes to decrease emissions and improve air quality for the entire community. Girl Scouts Louisiana East is geared towards helping young girls develop and use their leadership skills to impact the environment in a positive way. The goal of the project is to promote environmental stewardship through schools and communities in order to improve air quality, promote energy and water use, waste management and using green space. A few proposed ideas include a ‘no idling’ program at schools, planting trees and vegetable gardens, collecting Mardi Gras beads for recycling and redistribution, launching a walk to school program, starting a school recycling program, promoting paper recycling, and finding ways to eliminate plastic. The Louisiana Native Plant Initiative is developing a ‘green’ industry to produce and distribute native species for restoration projects, roadside enhancement, and ornamental plant production. It addresses the social, environmental and economical concerns, with primary focus on conservation, development and utilization of natural resources in the state.
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