The Department of Public Works is responsible for Equipment & Site Management, Pavement Management, Vegetation Management, and Drainage.
We strive to serve the citizens of Ascension Parish to the best of our ability.
Request Roadside Service
To request services for street signs replacement, roadside grass cutting, pothole patching, or roadside drainage cleaning along public roads please submit an online form.Click HERE or call the Ascension Parish Call Center at (225) 450-1200.
Ron Savoy, Assistant Drainage Director & Operations Manager
Drainage Management includes waterway maintenance, (including bridge obstructions) digging of ditches on and off Road , excavation work , burying large animals, Blowing out of Culverts and driveway related items, removal of trees from ditches/canals, off road bridges, flooding and pumping related items.
Request Drainage (Off-Road Ditch/Canal) Service:
To request services for any major or minor drainage canal or off-road drainage ditch cleaning, weed control or culvert sizing questions please submit an online form CLICK HERE or call (225) 450-1013.
The Pavement Management Department was created under the re-organization of Ascension Parish which took place on June 5, 2017. This department handles roadwork such as potholes, crack sealing, small overlay of roads, curb work, signage, pavement markings, guard rail damage, on road bridges, base sink holes, and street lighting.
The Vegetation Management Department was created under the re-organization of Ascension Parish which took place on June 5, 2017. This department handles intersection view obstruction, litter on roads, grass and weed related items to include cutting or spraying on and off road, and lot violations for tall grass.
Equipment & Site Management
Davin Duplessis, Manager, Equipment Management
The Equipment & Site Management Department was created under the re-organization of Ascension Parish which took place on June 5, 2017. This page is currently under construction.
EA Consolidated Gravity Drainage District No.1 Commission
Weather & River Stages