CITY OF YOUNGSVILLE
BRANCH AND HOUSEHOLD DEBRIS PICKUP
- Branches must be placed curbside the Sunday before pickup.
- Branches cannot be longer than 4 feet in length.
- All branches and household debris must be stacked separately, if not stacked separately it will not be picked up.
- Leaves and loose debris must be BAGGED!
- No hazardous waste material, tires, paint, clothes, recycle items and house garbage.
- The City will make only one pass in a neighborhood during the week of pick-up.
- If residents miss the pickup they may bring their debris and branches to drop off location 310 Railroad St from 7:00am-3:00pm.
Week of January 7th 2019
Week of February 4th 2019
Week of March 4th 2019
Week of March 18th 2019
Week of April 1st 2019
Week of April 15th 2019
Week of May 6th 2019
Week of May 20th 2019
Week of June 3rd 2019
Week of July 1st 2019
Week of August 5th 2019
Week of September 2nd 2019
Week of October 7th 2019
Week of November 4th 2019
Week of December 2nd 2019
If you have any questions, please call Public Works Department at 337-857-6342.
2018-2019 ROAD IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
The City of Youngsville is pleased to announce that beginning August 6, 2018 and over the course of the next several weeks, the City of Youngsville is beginning the 1st phase of the 2018-2019 Road Improvements Project which include patching, milling and asphalt overlays on the following roads:
Motorists may want to consider taking an alternate route if possible. Additional notices will be sent out when the next phase starts. We thank you for your patience as we continue to improve our roadways in the City of Youngsville.
As per Ordinance No. 237, Water Conservation is in full effect.
Owners of businesses and residences with ODD numbered addresses shall be permitted to water their lawns and gardens Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays between midnight and 2pm.
Owners of businesses and residences with EVEN numbered addresses shall be permitted to water their lawns and gardens Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays between midnight and 2pm.
Owners of businesses and residences that do not have street addresses shall be permitted to water their lawns and gardens Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays between midnight and 2pm.
For more information, visit our ordinances here: https://www.youngsville.us/city-services/ordinances/
Household Hazardous Waste Day for the city of Youngsville will take place Saturday, June 9th from 8am – noon at Youngsville Public Works, 310 Railroad Ave. Do you have excess hazardous waste cluttering your home or garage? Dispose of it in an eco-friendly way. Below is a list of household hazardous waste items we will be accepting.
Friday, April 6, 2018
YOUNGSVILLE, LA – Mayor Ken Ritter announced this afternoon, “Youngsville wins district Cleanest City Contest and now moves to compete in the state Cleanest City Competition.”
The City of Youngsville will be competing in the Louisiana Garden Club Federation, Inc. State Cleanest City Contest! Youngsville competed in the LGCF District III Cleanest City Contest on Wednesday, April 4, 2018.
District III Cleanest City Contest Chairmen Gwen Lanoux and Patsy Hebert stated that, “Youngsville excelled in the District III Contest. The judges were impressed with the overall cleanliness of the city and the extent of civic pride and community involvement.” Judges for the District III CCC were LGCF members Pam Langley. Ann Corbello, and Roxanna Champagne.
The State Cleanest City contest will be held during the last week of April, 2018 and first week of May, 2018. The exact date for judging in Youngsville will be announced by State Cleanest City Contest Chairperson, Jean Gilstrap.
In 1958, the Louisiana Garden Club Federation, Inc. began sponsoring a state-wide “Cleanest City Contest.” To date, Louisiana is the only member of the National Garden Clubs, Inc. to sponsor such a contest. The aim of the contest is to instill civic pride in the individual citizens and thus, improve the appearance of villages, towns and cities.
The city of Youngsville is sponsored by the Lafayette Garden Club which is a member of National Garden Clubs, Inc., Deep South Garden Clubs, Inc., Louisiana Garden Club Federation, Inc., District III.
YOUNGSVILLE, LA – Monday, January 29, 2018, Kolder, Champagne, Slaven & Company CPAs presented the annual audit report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017 to the City of Youngsville’s Mayor & City Council.
Utility, sales tax, and sports complex revenues increased while overall expenses decreased.
Mayor Ken Ritter stated “What we are seeing is evidence of improved efficiencies in our daily operations.”
“Maintenance and repairs went down dramatically,” stated Brad Kolder, CPA.
According to Burton Kolder, CPA, sales tax revenues increased 11.2%, which he described as phenomenal in a down economy. “We are very pleased with what we; one of the best years in quite a while, probably the best year ever for the City of Youngsville. You should be commended and it starts with the leadership,” stated Burton Kolder, CPA
Friday, December 15, 2017 – Mayor Ken Ritter announced this morning, “With a unanimous vote Thursday night, the Youngsville City Council moved ahead with design plans for a sand volleyball complex at the Youngsville Sports Complex. This step solidifies our position as the premier sports complex in the region. It continues our tradition of offering excellent recreational opportunities while driving economic development.”
“Sand volleyball is the fastest growing NCAA division 1 sport. All YSC sports programs have increased in popularity since our opening so we look forward to this project moving ahead.” – Tim Robichaux, Youngsville Sports Complex Director
With this addition the Youngsville Sports Complex plans to host local, state, and national volleyball games, league play, and tournaments. Design plans are underway with a projected opening in late 2018.