In Case of Emergency
A growing community, especially the fastest growing community, makes safety and protection of our citizens our number one priority.
No one wants to live or do business in a city that doesn’t take care of its own and when it comes to providing emergency services, Youngsville takes a backseat to no one.
Connect Lafayette Alert System
Lafayette Parish residents and those who work in Lafayette Parish can sign up for phone, text, TTY and email notification alerts. Alerts include both emergency and non-emergency announcements specific to areas where residents live, such as sandbag information, road closures, construction, public works projects, special events and more.
Sign up here: https://lafayettecityparish.bbcportal.com
Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department
Established as a Volunteer Fire Department in 1958. Responding to an alarm means coming to the aid of a neighbor day or night. But no one person can do it alone. It takes a special kind of person to answer the call. That’s who the members of the Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department are.
They are a special group of men and women, hard working, expertly trained, well equipped and committed to respond to those in need. The Youngsville Fire Department holds a Fire Insurance Rating of four. In case of an emergency, please call 911. To contact Blair Rivette, Youngsville fire chief, call (337) 856-6906 or visit them online at www.YoungsvilleFire.com. If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer please come by the station at 300 Fountain View Drive for a visit. We are always looking for a few good men and women who wish to volunteer in whatever manner you can.
Youngsville Police Department
We invite you to research Louisiana crime statistics for any city in the state and compare them to Youngsville. That way you’ll see for yourself just how dedicated our police department is to serving the citizens of our city. Whether protecting a place of business, a family or retired seniors, their commitment to protection and delivering justice is second to none.
For emergency police assistance, please call 911. To contact the police chief, Rickey Boudreaux, call (337) 856-5931. Visit the Youngsville Police Department online at www.YoungsvillePolice.com and download the Youngsville Police Department smartphone app for the latest up to date news from YPD.
Youngsville Sandbag Facility
When heavy rains come, we are well prepared to assist our citizens by providing sandbags to help prevent flood damage. Visit our self bagging facility at Foster Park, 399 4th St. in Youngsville.
For animal control concerns or questions, please call (337) 291-5644.