The Slidell City Council recently passed a golf cart ordinance allowing golf carts to travel on City of Slidell streets with a posted speed limit of 25 mph or less. This ordinance goes into affect on Thursday, June 15, 2023.
“Cities around the country have passed ordinances allowing their citizens to travel around their communities on golf carts, and I’m excited that Slidell is now one of these cities,” said Slidell Mayor Greg Cromer. “This will only add to the charm of Slidell and I’m excited about this opportunity for our community. Please be safe and make sure to follow all the rules.”
Citizens are encouraged to read the golf cart ordinance (Code of Ordinances, Chapter 27, Article V, Ordinance No. 4117), which includes regulations for driving a golf cart on city streets. It can be viewed on the City of Slidell’s website.2023 Golf Cart Ordinance
Before golf carts can drive on city streets, they must be inspected and permitted with the City of Slidell. Inspections are by appointment only at the following locations:
Northshore Custom Carts
700 Old Spanish Trail
Slidell, LA 70458
39173 Hwy. 190 E.
Slidell, LA 70461
These businesses are certified by the City of Slidell to perform golf cart inspections and issue permits on behalf of the city. Golf carts must display the permit sticker applied by the inspector once the golf cart has passed inspection. A biennial golf cart permit fee is $100. The golf cart ordinance (Code of Ordinances, Chapter 27, Article V, Ordinance No. 4117) lists the requirements to have a golf cart permitted. Citizens must read the ordinance before their golf cart is permitted, and acknowledge receipt of the ordinance during inspection.Color Golf Cart Permit form_MASTER_5_26
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