The City of Slidell will host a public meeting for the NFIP Community Rating System Feasibility Study at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20, at the Slidell Municipal Auditorium. The meeting will include a presentation about items the city is addressing to reduce Flood Insurance Premiums for residents and the opportunity for public comments.

Join Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser, Slidell Mayor Greg Cromer and Keep Slidell Beautiful on Saturday, April 24 for Keep Slidell Beautiful’s Great American Clean Up starting at 9 am in Heritage Park.

Gather your families, friends, school clubs, church groups and civic organizations and volunteer to help keep our community clean. Lt. Governor Nungesser is even providing lunch, with a generous donation from the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board. And a big thank you to Coastal Environmental Services for cooking lunch!

Keep Slidell Beautiful is a total community effort. We all have to work together to help keep our city clean.

Please join The Northshore Collaborative and the City of Slidell for Slidell Mayor Cromer – State of the City Address on Wednesday, March 10, 5:30 pm at the Slidell Municipal Auditorium, located at 2056 Second Street in Olde Towne Slidell.

Slidell is now experiencing temperatures below freezing. If you have to be out on the road, please drive with extreme caution.

Slidell Mayor Greg Cromer, the members of the Slidell City Council, and Slidell Police Chief Randy Fandal would like to wish everyone a Happy Mardi Gras!

Keep Slidell Beautiful and the Slidell Tree Board will host their annual Tree Giveaway on Saturday, May 23, starting at 8 a.m. at Fritchie Park.
 
“We have over 400 Cleveland Select Pear Trees to giveaway to the public,” said Trey Brownfield, director of Keep Slidell Beautiful. “The Tree Giveaway was postponed from earlier in the year due to COVID-19 concerns. We will be practicing social distancing, so we ask that the public remain in their vehicle at all times. Since March, the trees have grown considerably and they are now over 10 feet tall. You will definitely need a pickup truck or a vehicle with a trailer to bring these trees home. “
 
Trees will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Only one tree is allowed per vehicle. Because of the size of the trees, citizens in cars or SUVs will be asked to return with a truck or trailer. 
 
Sponsors for the Tree Giveaway include CLECO, Slidell Memorial Hospital, and Oschner, Coastal Environmental Services, Mike Rich CFP with Pontchartrain Investment Management, and the Keep Slidell Beautiful Board.
 
For more information, please contact Trey Brownfield by phone at 985-646-9564 or by e-mail at tbrownfield@cityofslidell.org. For information about City of Slidell news and upcoming events, you can sign up for our email news list on our website at www.myslidell.com or visit the  “City of Slidell, Louisiana” on Facebook. You can also follow Keep Slidell Beautiful on Facebook.