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.
The City of Youngsville is now accepting applications for the following positions:
-Public Works Maintenance Crew
-Public Works Equipment Operators
-Public Works Administrative Assistant
Please apply at City Hall, 305 Iberia Street. Mon-Fri 7:30-4pm
Detente Road improvements have begun – September 29, 2016
Thursday, September 29, 2016, from Mayor Ritter: Detente Road improvements (between Chemin Metairie and Chemin Agreeable) have begun. Included in this project are also left turning lanes on Detente & Chemin Metairie.
Road Construction Project to begin August 11, 2016
A message from the desk of Mayor Ken Ritter:
Youngsville Progress Continues…
Work on Savoy Road between Decon and Chemin Metairie is getting started. Thank you for your patience during construction. The contractor has approximately 55 calendar days to complete this project.
Youngsville, LA. – The City of Youngsville announces that there will be a lane closure on Chemin Metairie Parkway starting Friday, June 5, 2015.
The northbound lane between Savoy Road and E. Milton Avenue at the Veterans Circle roundabout will be closed for road reconstruction.
Northbound access on Chemin Metairie will be restricted at Savoy Road.
Traffic must use alternate routes of Savoy Road west to Verot School Road or Savoy Road east to Railroad Street.
Crossover access on Chemin Metairie will be permitted at Stonehurst and Palfrey until construction takes place at that intersection. The intersection of Chemin Metairie and Shore will be closed. Motorists leaving Sugar Mill Pond are encouraged to exit on Hwy 92 when possible as vehicles exiting at Chemin Metairie Pkwy must turn south. Access to Rotolos, AT&T, & Ashley Blue Jewelers will be allowed at the Stonehurst entry.
The city’s administration and contractor regret any inconvenience and are committed to completing this necessary construction project as quickly as possible. Construction will last approximately 2-3 weeks.
City of Youngsville