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Assumption Parish, Louisiana
Assumption Parish is a parish located in Louisiana, and was formed in 1807 as an original parish of the Louisiana Territory. Its parish seat is Napoleonville. In 2000, the population was 23,388. Assumption is one of the 22 Acadiana parishes. Its major product is sugarcane. In proportion to its area, Assumption Parish produces the most sugar of any parish of Louisiana.
- See also: Evaluation of Louisiana parish websites
- Information on elected and administrative officials is included, along with office hours and addresses.
- The website lists the police jurors and their personal contact information (including e-mail addresses).
- The website includes a calendar with meeting schedules, as well as a link to agendas and minutes.
- The site does not list any budgetary information.
- The website includes a permits page, but that page only contains the parish code and a link for permit fees.
- No information is provided about how parish residents can request access to public documents of the parish under Louisiana's sunshine laws.
- There is no information for local taxes.
- There is no search function on the parish website.
Cities and towns
Napoleonville is the sole incorporated community in the parish.
Assumption Parish School Board operates local public schools. Assumption High School serves the whole parish.
- Assumption Parish Website
- Assumption Parish Area Chamber of Commerce
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- Assumption Parish Clerk of Court
- Assumption Parish on ePodunk
- Assumption Parish School District
- Assumption Parish Police Jury