Protecting Our People, Our Property
and Our Way of Life
SEPTEMBER 15, 2015
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Upcoming NLLD Meetings

September 15, 2015
NLLD Office
627 Jackson Street, Suite A
Thibodaux, LA 
5:00 pm
Finance & Priority Committee Meeting
5:15 pm 
Regular Meeting of the
Board of Commissioners

2015 NLLD
Board of Commissioners 

Cory Kief,

Daniel Clement,
Vice President

Kenney Matherne,

Timothy Allen


Louis Andolsek


Nolan Smith, Sr.



Dwayne Bourgeois,
Executive Director

Madonna Viguerie,
Administrative Assistant
About the NLLD  
The North Lafourche Conservation, Levee, and Drainage District (known as NLLD) was formed in 1992 to provide drainage and flood protection services for the northern portion of Lafourche Parish, including the entire parish north of the Intracoastal Canal. 

The District includes over 250 miles of levees and drainage canals, and over 40 pump stations.

The NLLD office is located at 627 Jackson Street,
Thibodaux, LA  70301. 

Phone:  985-537-2244
Drainage Improvements in Thibodaux

The North Lafourche Levee District is always working to improve drainage in the District. Recently completed improvements in Thibodaux include replacing mismatched and undersized culverts and installing catch basins on Audubon Avenue, stretching from Menard Street to near Babbington Hall on the campus of Nicholls State University. See BEFORE and AFTER pictures below. 
Before catch basin installation
Catch basins installed near the Nicholls campus will improve drainage.

Levee Repairs for Lockport-to-Larose Nearing Completion

The project to repair a 60-foot section of the Lockport to Larose Levee in the Valentine area is nearing completion. Thanks to the generous cooperation of local landowners, borrow material is being used to back-fill the canal and provide more support for the levee. Since this design has no wetland impacts, contractor Low Land Construction Co., Inc. has been able to make the repairs without delay. See BEFORE and AFTER pictures below.

The Lockport-to-Larose levee near Valentine had experienced erosion.

The adjacent canal has been back-filled to provide support
for the levee.
 NLLD is committed to protecting our people, property and our way of life in Lafourche Parish!

For a complete list of levee and drainage projects that the NLLD is working on or has planned, visit