Welcome to the official website for St. Martin Parish Government. I am personally pleased that you have devoted time to view this website. St. Martin Parish has made a commitment to develop and maintain this medium so that the residents of our great parish can have full, open, and up-to-date access to the affairs of Parish Government. Moreover, I particularly welcome those readers who have connected with this forum to learn about the many resources, businesses, and other opportunities St. Martin Parish has to offer.
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On average, 10,000 humans are born each day in the United States, with over 70,000 puppies and kittens born each day as well. There will never be enough homes for them all. In a 9-year time span, one unspayed female dog, her mate, and all of their puppies and their puppy’s puppies will account for over 12 million dogs!
Welcome to St. Martin Parish, located in South Louisiana. The St. Martin Parish Government seat is located in St. Martinville, about 15 minutes south of Lafayette in the “heart of Acadiana.” The Parish has a population of 52,160. Agriculture and aquaculture play a significant role in the economy of the parish, with sugar cane being the major commercial agricultural crop and crawfish being the major aquacultural crop. The St. Martin Parish Council is the legislative and policy making body of the Parish. The Parish President is the chief administrative officer of parish government and is assisted by the administrative staff and the parish’s operating departments.
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St. Martin Parish Government Recreational Department is a member of the United States Slow-Pitch Softball Association (USSSA). Our rules and regulations are set by the USSSA. The following rules and regulations are available in PDF Format. The St. Martin Parish Recreation Department Rules are condensed for quick reference. Please visit the USSSA website to obtain the complete USSSA Rule Book. A link to the website is provided below.
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More information about the Liberation Festival can be seen on www.liberationjersey.com.
ST. Martin de Porres Catholic Church
3990 W. University Drive | Prosper, texas 75078
Entrance: Ye Sons and Daughters #172 Gloria: Mass of Creation #871 Responsorial Psalm: pg. 154 Gospel Acclamation: pg. 155 Offertory: To Live With Him Forever #512 Eucharistic Acclamations: Mass of Creation: #872,873,874 Lamb of God: Mass of Creation: #875 Communion Antiphon: pg. 156 Communion: Amen. El Cuerpo de Cristo #337, Eye Has Not Seen #461 Recessional: Lift High the Cross #461 Interested in joining our Music Ministry? We are always looking for cantors, choir members, and instrumentalists! Please see Joe Davisson after Mass, or send him a note [email protected] .
Click below to access the Zoning Ordinance for St. Martin Parish in its entirety. This document is available in PDF format. Table of Contents Definitions Article III-VII Article VIII-IX Article X-XVII
National Register of Historic Places listings in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana
This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.
St. Martin Parish
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St. Martin I Parish aims to be a believing and loving community in which each individual experiences and grows in the love of God, neighbor, and self. As the People of God of St. Martin Parish become such a community, its members shall individually and collectively reach out and witness this faith and love to Chrisney, New Boston, Spencer County, the Diocese of Evansville and the World.
Animal Protection and Welfare
Stray dogs are held for five (5), and stray cats are held for three (3) days. The animals are cared for daily, regardless of weekends and holidays. When the allowed time has expired, the animal becomes public property. It is then evaluated for acceptance into our adoption program based on its health, age, temperament, and available space in our adoption kennels. Animals not accepted for the adoption program are humanely euthanized.