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Lafayette, Louisiana

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Lafayette /ˌlæfiˈjɛt/; French:  is a city located along the Vermilion River in southwestern Louisiana The city of Lafayette is the fourth-largest in the state, with a population of 120,623 at the 2010 census It is the principal city of the Lafayette, Louisiana Metropolitan Statistical Area, and also the larger, Combined Statistical Area of Lafayette-Opelousas-Morgan City CSA with a population of 611,774 according to 2012 estimates Lafayette is the parish seat of Lafayette Parish, Louisiana Its nickname is The Hub City

The American city was founded as Vermilionville in 1821 by Jean Mouton, a French-speaking man of Acadian descent In 1884, it was renamed for General Lafayette, who fought with and significantly aided the American Army during the American Revolutionary War The city's economy was primarily based on agriculture until the 1940s, when the petroleum and natural gas industries became dominant

Lafayette is considered the center of Acadiana, the area of Cajun and Creole culture in Louisiana and the United States It developed following the relocation of Acadians after their expulsion by the British from eastern Canada in the late 18th century following France's defeat in the Seven Years' War There is also a strong Louisiana Creole influence in the area

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Geography
    • 21 Image gallery
  • 3 Climate
  • 4 Demographics
  • 5 Education and healthcare
    • 51 Primary and secondary schools
    • 52 Universities and colleges
    • 53 Public library system
    • 54 Healthcare
  • 6 Government and politics
    • 61 Law enforcement
    • 62 Military
    • 63 Utilities
  • 7 Economy
    • 71 Information technology
  • 8 Culture and contemporary life
    • 81 Cultural Organizations and Institutions
    • 82 Sports
    • 83 Media
      • 831 Print
      • 832 Television
      • 833 Radio
  • 9 Places of interest
  • 10 Events
  • 11 Transportation
  • 12 Sister cities
  • 13 See also
  • 14 References
  • 15 External links

History

Main article: History of Lafayette, Louisiana

Geography

Lafayette is located at 30°13′N 92°2′W / 30217°N 92033°W / 30217; -92033 302139, -920294 and has an elevation of 36 feet 110 m According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 492 square miles 127 km2, of which 491 square miles 127 km2 is land and 01 square miles 026 km2 019% is water

Lafayette is located on the West Gulf Coastal Plain What is now Lafayette was part of the seabed during the earlier Quaternary Period During this time, the Mississippi River cut a 325-foot-deep 99 m valley between what is now Lafayette and Baton Rouge This valley was filled and is now the Atchafalaya Basin Lafayette is located on the western rim of this valley

This land, called the southwestern Louisiana Prairie Terrace, is higher up and not made of wetland like much of the surrounding areas to the south and west of Lafayette Because of this, Lafayette does not suffer significant flooding problems The Vermilion River runs through the center of Lafayette Other significant waterways in the city are Isaac Verot Coulee, Coulee Mine, Coulee des Poches and Coulee Ile des Cannes, which are natural drainage canals that lead to the Vermilion River

Image gallery

Climate

Lafayette's climate is described as humid subtropical using Köppen climate classification Lafayette is typical of areas along the Gulf of Mexico in that it has hot, humid summers and mild winters See table below for average temperatures for Lafayette


Climate data for Lafayette, Louisiana
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °F °C 89
32
87
31
93
34
93
34
98
37
106
41
107
42
103
39
101
38
96
36
92
33
89
32
107
42
Average high °F °C 64
18
66
19
72
22
79
26
86
30
91
33
92
33
92
33
89
32
82
28
72
22
64
18
791
262
Average low °F °C 43
6
45
7
51
11
57
14
64
18
70
21
72
22
72
22
67
19
57
14
48
9
43
6
574
141
Record low °F °C 10
−12
2
−17
24
−4
32
0
42
6
53
12
57
14
53
12
41
5
27
−3
21
−6
14
−10
6
−14
Average precipitation inches mm 50
127
45
114
42
107
43
109
48
122
55
140
67
170
56
142
41
104
33
84
39
99
54
137
573
1,455
Source: Weatherbase

Demographics

Census
Historical population
Pop
1860 498
1870 777 560%
1880 815 49%
1890 2,106 1584%
1900 3,314 574%
1910 6,392 929%
1920 7,855 229%
1930 14,635 863%
1940 19,210 313%
1950 33,541 746%
1960 40,400 204%
1970 68,908 706%
1980 80,584 169%
1990 94,440 172%
2000 110,257 167%
2010 120,623 94%
Est 2015 127,657 58%
US Decennial Census
St John's Cathedral of Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette in Louisiana

As of the census of 2010, there were 120,623 people, 43,506 households, and 27,104 families residing in the city The population density was 2,3167 people per square mile 8945/km² There were 46,865 housing units at an average density of 9847 per square mile 3802/km² The racial makeup of the city was 6823% White, 2851% African American, 025% Native American, 144% Asian, 002% Pacific Islander, 058% from other races, and 097% from two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race were 788% of the population In 2010, 842% of the population over the age of five spoke English at home, and 115% of the population spoke French or Cajun French, a dialect that developed in Louisiana

There were 43,506 households out of which 313% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 439% were married couples living together, 146% had a female householder with no husband present, and 377% were non-families Nearly 294% of all households were made up of individuals, and 80% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older The average household size was 243 and the average family size was 307

In the city the population was spread out with 251% under the age of 18, 133% from 18 to 24, 295% from 25 to 44, 209% from 45 to 64, and 112% who were 65 years of age or older The median age was 33 years For every 100 females there were 931 males For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 909 males

The median income for a household in the city was $35,996, and the median income for a family was $47,783 Males had a median income of $37,729 versus $23,606 for females The per capita income for the city was $21,031 About 116% of families and 163% of the population were below the poverty line, including 183% of those under age 18 and 145% of those age 65 or over

Education and healthcare

Primary and secondary schools

Public schools

See Lafayette Parish School System for more information

The public schools in the parish are run by the Lafayette Parish School System The system has 33 schools, 21 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, and seven high schools The LPSS offers nine career academies at the high school level, school curricula designed to prepare students in certain career fields

The nine academies are:

  • The Academy of Business & Finance Acadiana High School
  • The Academy of Engineering Northside High School
  • The Academy of Environmental Sciences Northside High School
  • The Academy of Health Careers Lafayette High School
  • The Academy of Information Technology Carencro High School
  • The Academy of Performing Arts Lafayette High School
  • The Academy of Visual and Applied Arts Ovey Comeaux High School
  • The Early College Academy South Louisiana Community College
  • Thibodaux Career and Technical High School

The LPSS also offer schools of choice, a program to improve racial diversity at schools Accepted students are allowed to attend schools outside their school zone but still within the parish to receive their state-mandated core curriculum using specialized themes or programs This is available at all levels, elementary, middle, and high schools, and is designed to provide a more interesting learning experience for the students in the program

Private schools

See Lafayette Parish Private Schools for list of schools

Lafayette is home to a large Roman Catholic population and, because of this, Lafayette Parish has many private parochial schools, with grades from kindergarten through twelfth grade

Universities and colleges

Lafayette has one university, one community college, and two vocational colleges The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is part of the University of Louisiana System It is the second-largest university in the state, with an enrollment of approximately 17,508 Schools and colleges related to the institution have been located in Lafayette since 1898

One of the newest college systems in Louisiana, South Louisiana Community College is headquartered in Lafayette SLCC partnered with Acadian Ambulance to form the National EMS Academy, which offers EMT-Basic and EMT-Paramedic certification SLCC is part of the Louisiana Community and Technical College System Louisiana Technical College Lafayette campus is part of the Louisiana Technical College system, which in turn is part of the Louisiana Community and Technical college system It offers associate degrees in several fields is a vocational school that offers a few bachelor's degree programs, many associate degree programs, along with a few diploma programs

Public library system

Main article: Lafayette Public Library

Healthcare

Lafayette's major healthcare facilities are:

  • Lafayette General Medical Center
  • Lafayette General Surgical Hospital
  • Lafayette Surgical Specialty Hospital
  • University Hospital and Clinics formerly University Medical Center
  • Women's and Children's Hospital
  • Lafayette General Southwest - Formerly The Regional Medical Center of Acadiana
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center
  • Heart Hospital of Lafayette
  • Park Place Surgical Hospital
  • Cardiovascular Institute of the SouthCIS or Cardiovascular Institute of the South

Government and politics

See also Notable local politicians

Since the consolidation of city and parish governments, Lafayette has had a city-parish president as its chief executive, rather than a mayor The current city-parish president is Republican Joel Robideaux

On election day, October 22, 2011, Lafayette parish voters rejected a proposal to separate parish and city governments Under consolidation, the City of Lafayette and Parish of Lafayette have a common representative body and executive officer Public Works and other services, such as Land Use and Plat Review, are operated by Lafayette Consolidated Government LCG to serve the City of Lafayette and unincorporated areas of Lafayette Parish, and by contract to some, but not all of the area municipalities Zoning Rules apply only within the City of Lafayette Some neighboring municipalities have adopted their own planning and zoning protocols The suburban and rural cities and towns maintain independent city councils, local executives, police and fire departments, as well as other public services The Lafayette Parish School System operates independently of any municipality, and its jurisdiction is coterminous with the Parish of Lafayette

Law enforcement

Lafayette is served by five police agencies:

  • Lafayette City Police LPD- The main municipal police department of the city
  • Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office LPSO - The parish level police agency
  • University Police ULPD - The police force of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette
  • Lafayette City Marshal - The City Marshal
  • Lafayette Park Police enforce state jurisdiction and local ordinance for the city and parish owned recreational facilities and surrounding neighborhoods in the City and Parish of Lafayette
  • Note: City Police and Parish Sheriff's office were not combined during consolidation

Military

Lafayette is home to the National Guard headquarters of the 256th Infantry Brigade, a military unit of more than 3,000 soldiers, which served in Iraq in the years of 2004-2005 The brigade was deployed again in January 2010 Lafayette was also home to the United States Marine Corps Reserve Unit, F Co Anti-Terrorism Battalion commanded by Captain Cole Clements This unit went on several deployments, many related to the Iraq War In 2014 F Co Anti-Terrorism Battalion was decommissioned, to be replaced with H&S Co Det 4 4th Tanks Tow and Scouts, 4th MARDIV

Utilities

Electricity, water, and waste water service Lafayette is served by Lafayette Utilities System, a city-parish government-run, publicly owned utility company Started over 100 years ago as an electrical company, LUS has expanded into a full-service utilities company It provides electricity, drinking water, and sewage treatment throughout the City of Lafayette, as well some unincorporated parts of the parish, along with bulk sales to the water systems of most surrounding municipalities In 2009 LUS installed infrastructure for a fiber telecommunications network Called LUSFiber, the network provides digital cable, telephone service, and high speed internet to all households in Lafayette

Natural gas service Natural gas service is supplied by Atmos Energy

Telephone service Local land line telephone service is served by AT&T Cox Communications and LUS Fiber provide Voice over Internet Protocol phone service

Television Cable television service in Lafayette is provided by Cox Communications Lafayette Utilities System provides FTTH video services through LUSFiber DirecTV and Dish Network both include Lafayette TV stations in their local packages

Economy

Downtown Lafayette from the air Lafayette is the location of the last remaining Borden's Ice Cream outlet in the United States

Lafayette has some manufacturing and fabrication businesses, including Frank's Casing Crew and CIS Hammers

Information technology

The city has an IT community including such businesses as:

  • Center for Business and Information TechnologiesCBIT
  • Rader Solutions
  • National Incident Management Systems and Advanced Technologies NIMSAT Institute
  • Louisiana Immersive Technology Enterprise LITE
  • Presidio Networked Solutions
  • CGI

Culture and contemporary life

Cultural Organizations and Institutions

Cultural organizations include the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra and Conservatory of Music, Chorale Acadienne, Lafayette Ballet Theatre and Dance Conservatory, The Lafayette Concert Band, and Performing Arts Society of Acadiana

Sports

The Cajundome

Lafayette is home to the Louisiana–Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns, the athletic teams of The University of Louisiana at Lafayette It is home to the Louisiana Hurricanes, a semi-pro football team that plays at STM Stadium Between the years of 1995 and 2005, Lafayette was home to the Louisiana IceGators ECHL hockey team; in 2009, the IceGators returned as a member of the Southern Professional Hockey League As of 2009, Lafayette is home to the Lafayette Wildcatters of the Southern Indoor Football League It is also home to the Lafayette Bayou Bulls, a semi-pro football program that started in 2003 Lafayette is home to three sports venues: the Cajundome, Cajun Field and Blackham Coliseum

The Lost Bayou Ramblers playing at the Blue Moon Saloon

Media

Print

  • The Daily Advertiser, daily Gannett broadsheet style newspaper
  • The Advocate, daily newspaper with local coverage from Baton Rouge
  • The Independent, monthly locally owned newspaper compact style
  • The Times of Acadiana, weekly Gannett tabloid format
  • AcadianaMoms magazine
  • Acadiana Gazette, weekly newspaper published by Ron Gomez
  • Acadiana Profile magazine, established in 1968 by Robert Angers
  • The Vermilion, University of Louisiana at Lafayette student newspaper
  • Acadiana Catholic, monthly Catholic magazine of the Lafayette Diocese

Television

Lafayette is served by Cox Communications, and by Lafayette Utilities System's LUSFiber

Lafayette is home to:

  • KATC: 31, Cable 5 - ABC; 32, Cable 10 The CW, 33 Grit
  • KLFY-TV 101, Cable 11 - CBS; 102, Cable 131 GetTV; 103 Cable 70 Ion Television
  • KADN-TV 151, Cable 6 - Fox; 153, Cable 13 MyNetworkTV
  • KDCG-CD 221, Cable 9 - H&I
  • KLAF-LD 46 / 152, Cable 3 - NBC
  • KLWB, 501, Cable 23 - MeTV
  • KLPB-TV, 241, Cable 12/122/123 - PBS Louisiana Public Broadcasting
  • KXKW-LD 321 This, 322 - AntTV
  • KAJN-CD 401, Cable 97 - Family Vision

Lafayette is also served by:

  • KPLC-TV, 71 NBC, located in nearby Lake Charles
  • WVLA-TV, 331 NBC, located in nearby Baton Rouge
  • WBRZ, 21, Cable 17, ABC, located in Baton Rouge
  • WAFB, 91, CBS, also located in Baton Rouge
  • KALB-TV, 51, 52 NBC & CBS, located in Alexandria
  • WGMB-TV, 441, Fox Broadcasting Company located in Baton Rouge

Radio

See List of Lafayette radio stations for full list Popular radio stations in Lafayette:

  • KYBG FM, 1021 - BIG1021 Classic Hits 1021
  • KFTE FM, Planet Radio 1051 - Alternative and Modern Rock 1051
  • KMDLFM, 973 The Dawg - Country Music, New Orleans Saints radio network affiliate 973
  • KPEL AM, ESPN 1420 - Sports Radio 1420
  • KPEL-FM FM, NewsRadio 965 - News radio 965
  • KHXT FM, Hot 1079 - Rhythmic Contemporary 1079
  • KZJM LPFM, The People Station - Urban Contemporary 927 - Air Date:2005
  • KROF AM, 960 The Gator, Cajun Variety 960
  • KTDY FM, 999 KTDY, Adult Contemporary 999
  • KSMB FM, 945 KSMB, Top 40 CHR 945
  • KNEK-FM FM, Magic 1047, Urban AC 1047
  • KRRQ FM, Q 955, Urban Contemporary 955
  • KXKC FM, 991 KXKC, Country Music 991
  • KYFJ FM, Rock 937, Active Rock 937
  • KRVS FM, Public Radio for Acadiana, World Ethnic 887
  • KAJN-FM FM, Agape Radio, Contemporary Christian 1029
  • KIKL FM, Positive and Encouraging K-Love, Contemporary Christian 909
  • KLWB-FM FM,1037 The Game, NBC Sports Radio
  • KCKR-FM FM, Sonlife Radio, Christian Talk & Gospel Music 919

Places of interest

  • Acadiana Center for the Arts
  • Acadian Village is a reconstructed Cajun bayou community of moved and reassembled authentic buildings and has a representative collection of Cajun furnishings
  • Alexandre Mouton House Museum - a historic house museum, this was the home to Louisiana's first Democratic governor, Alexandre Mouton; contains a collection of antiques, historical documents, and old Mardi Gras costumes
  • Borden's Ice Cream – the last Borden's Ice Cream location in the United States
  • Children's Museum of Acadiana
  • Cité des Arts
  • Downtown Lafayette
  • Girard Park
  • Heymann Center – performing arts center
  • Acadian Cultural Center of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve
  • Lafayette Natural History Museum & Planetarium
  • Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise LITE - a 70,000-square-foot facility at the Research Park; owns the world's first six-sided, digital virtual reality cube as well as the world's largest digital 3-D auditorium
  • Katog Choling Tibetan Cultural Center
  • Vermilionville – One of the world's largest Cajun and Creole living history museums with 7 restored historic structures from the 1765-1890 era
  • Zoo of Acadiana – located nearby in Broussard

Events

  • Cajun Heartland State Fair - An eleven-day state fair held on the grounds of the Cajundome and Convention Center
  • Drums Across Cajun Field - An annual DCI show hosted by the Pride of Acadiana
  • Festivals Acadiens et Creoles - An annual collection of festivals celebrating Cajun and Creole cultures
  • Festival International de Louisiane - An annual international festival of arts and music, celebrating Lafayette and the surrounding area's French heritage
  • Le Festival de Mardi Gras à Lafayette - The second largest Mardi Gras celebration in Louisiana
  • Downtown Alive! - A 25-year-old series of free, family-friendly outdoor concerts in the fall and spring
  • 2nd Saturday Artwalk - An artwalk downtown held every 2nd Saturday of every month
  • Bach Lunch - A spring outdoor concert series hosted by the Lafayette Natural History Museum and Planetarium, held in Parc Sans Souci downtown
  • Gulf Brew - An annual beer tasting festival
  • Louisiana Showcase of Marching Bands - A popular high school marching band festival
  • Movies in the Parc - A fall outdoor children's movie series in Parc International downtown
  • Hopefest - A charity festival put on by high school students in the area
  • Crouchstock - An annual music festival held to raise funds for the Jacob Crouch Foundation, a suicide prevention, awareness and education foundation
  • Southern Screen Film Festival - Fostering the art and education of filmmaking in Lafayette, LA!
  • South Louisiana Blackpot Festival & Cookoff - An annual festival celebrating great music, dancing, food, camping & jamming!
  • INNOV8 Lafayette - A festival of innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship, founded and led by volunteers of the Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce

Transportation

  • Air: Lafayette Regional Airport LFT is located on US Highway 90, on the southeast side of the city with daily scheduled passenger airline services to Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, and Atlanta Charter services depart Lafayette Regional as well as helicopter services and cargo jets
  • Interstate Highway: I-10 and I-49 Lafayette serves as I-49's southern terminus, at its intersection with I-10
  • Passenger rail: The Amtrak Sunset Limited offers service three days a week from New Orleans, Louisiana and Los Angeles, California with selected stops in Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California Connections are available in New Orleans to Chicago and to the East Coast via Atlanta Service eastward to Orlando, Florida remains suspended in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
  • Intercity passenger bus: Greyhound operates a station downtown on Lee Avenue with destinations east and west on I-10, north on I-49 and southeast on US Hwy 90
  • Public transit: Lafayette Transit System formerly City of Lafayette Transit COLT provides bus service Public transportation is provided only within Lafayette City Limits
  • Bicycle facilities: Lafayette is dedicated to growing into a bicycle-friendly community, with a strong push from both the community and government The Lafayette MPO Bicycle Subcommittee meet once a month and has developed long-term goals for bicycling in the area BikeLafayette is the areas's bicycle advocacy organization that is very active in promoting bicycle awareness, safety, and education in Acadiana TRAIL is an organization that promotes bicycling, canoeing, and pedestrian activities Right now Lafayette has a growing number of dedicated commuter and recreational bicycling facilities, including a bicycle lane on each side of Johnston Street from UL-Lafayette area at Lewis Street to near Ambassador Caffery, ending at Ridge Road Henderson Levee has opened a 55-mile trail, and there is a mountain bike park in Acadiana Park UL-Lafayette has installed an off-road paved bicycle path beginning at its Horticultural Center on Johnston Street extending up Cajundome Boulevard to Eraste Landry Road A number of out of use bicycle/pedestrian sidewalk paths remain from the 1970s and 1980s but are unsigned A recreational trail extending from Downtown Lafayette into the Cypress Island region of Saint Martin Parish is under development This path will connect neighboring Breaux Bridge and Saint Martinville with Lafayette
  • Main road arteries: US Routes 90 co-signed with Evangeline Thruway, Mudd Avenue and Cameron Street within the city limits and US Route 167 co-signed with I-49, Evangeline Thruway and Johnston Street Ambassador Caffery Parkway, named for Jefferson Caffery, serves as a partial loop connecting I-10 at Exit 100 on the west and US 90 on the south Other arterial roads include Verot School Road LA 339, West Congress Street, Kaliste Saloom Road LA 3095, Ridge Road, Carmel Drive/Breaux Bridge Highway LA 94, University Avenue LA 182, Pinhook Road LA 182, Camellia Boulevard, Guilbeau Road, Moss Street, Willow Street, Louisiana Avenue, Pont Des Mouton Road, Eraste Landry Road, and South College Road

Sister cities

Lafayette has six sister cities:

  • Le Cannet, Alpes-Maritimes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France Twinned May 26, 1967
  • Longueuil, Quebec, Canada Twinned December 3, 1968
  • Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada Twinned October 19, 1971
  • Poitiers, Vienne, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France Twinned April 22, 1975
  • Namur, Belgium Twinned June 19, 1979
  • Agnibilékrou, Ivory Coast Twinned October 5, 1999

Six intersections in the downtown area are each named after one of its sister cities

See also

  • Louisiana portal
  • List of people from Lafayette, Louisiana
  • Youngsville, Louisiana

References

  1. ^ "American FactFinder" United States Census Bureau Retrieved December 7, 2016 
  2. ^ "Population Estimates" United States Census Bureau Retrieved December 7, 2016 
  3. ^ "Table 2 Annual Estimates of the Population of Combined Statistical Areas: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2012 CBSA-EST2007-02" CSV 2012 Population Estimates United States Census Bureau, Population Division 2012-07-27 Retrieved 2013-06-24 
  4. ^ "Find a County" National Association of Counties Retrieved 2011-06-07 
  5. ^ Niles' Weekly Register, BALTIMORE, June 26, 1824; LAFAYETTE
  6. ^ Dormon, James September 1992 "Louisiana's "Creoles of Color": Ethnicity, Marginality, and Identity" Social Science Quarterly 73 3: 615–626  |access-date= requires |url= help
  7. ^ "US Gazetteer files: 2010, 2000, and 1990" United States Census Bureau 2011-02-12 Retrieved 2011-04-23 
  8. ^ "US Board on Geographic Names" United States Geological Survey 2007-10-25 Retrieved 2008-01-31 
  9. ^ "Historical Weather for Lafayette, Louisiana, United States of America" Weatherbasecom 2009 Retrieved 2009-07-20 
  10. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Incorporated Places: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2015" Retrieved July 2, 2016 
  11. ^ "Census of Population and Housing" Censusgov Retrieved June 4, 2015 
  12. ^ "American FactFinder" United States Census Bureau Retrieved 2008-01-31 
  13. ^ http://wwwmlaorg/cgi-shl/docstudio/docsplmap_data_results
  14. ^ "LPSS Career Academies" Retrieved July 20, 2009 
  15. ^ "Lafayette Schools of Choice" Retrieved July 20, 2009 
  16. ^ Gomez, Nancy 19 May 2008 "La Specialized Language Course Aims To Knock Down Barriers" Community College Week 20 19: 13  |access-date= requires |url= help
  17. ^ Louisiana Technical College Lafayette campus website; accessed July 2, 2014
  18. ^ Remington College Lafayette campus website; accessed July 2, 2014
  19. ^ Brand, Anna; Villavaso, Stephen Spring 2011 "REVISITING PALERMO: THE TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF LOUISIANA'S LANDMARK LAND USE RIGHTS AND ZONING DECISION AND ITS LEGACY FOR PLANNING IN LOUISIANA" Loyola Law Review 57 1: 113–133  |access-date= requires |url= help
  20. ^ "INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT" webcachegoogleusercontentcom Retrieved 2015-10-17 
  21. ^ "National Guard Units Alerted for Iraq Duty" Army Magazine 54 4: 64–66 April 2004  |access-date= requires |url= help
  22. ^ "LUS Services" Retrieved July 21, 2009 
  23. ^ "LUSFiber" Retrieved July 20, 2009 
  24. ^ "Lafayette's six sister cities" Retrieved October 16, 2009 

External links

  • Lafayette, Louisiana travel guide from Wikivoyage
  • Lafayette Consolidated Government
  • Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce
  • Lafayette Conventions and Visitors Center

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