Government Tower at 8026 Main Street in Houma, Louisiana
Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government
Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government observes 11 regular holidays throughout the year. Public Transit buses will use the weekend schedule during all observed holidays. Garbage collections are suspended/cancelled on New Year's Day, Mardi Gras Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day only. For more information about Parish Government observed holidays, visit the HR section of the parish website, or click the View Event Details link below.
Interested volunteers can visit the Keep Terrebonne Beautiful table at the Market to pick up a trash grabber and a bucket. Everyone who picks up at least one bucket of trash will receive a voucher to use at the Market.
Terrebonne Library Announces Reading and Discussion Program Centered on Coastal Impacts
The series incorporates history, memoir, and fiction and is intended to engage members of the general public in conversations on the beauty of and challenges faced by coastal communities.
Mardi Gras in Houma is a true Cajun celebration. With over a dozen parades full of colorful themed floats, scores of marching bands, and tons of great throws, Houma has one of the largest Mardi Gras celebrations in Louisiana.
The Mardi Gras celebration in Terrebonne Parish starts with the Krewe of Hercules and runs nearly non-stop until the Krewe of Kajuns.