1. Bid Opportunities

    Access bids and request for proposals for consultants, service providers, contractors, vendors, and suppliers.

  2. Business Directory

    Search a listing of businesses and organizations that operate in the area.

  3. City Clerk

    The City Clerk's office handles the issuance of city business licenses and permits, and maintains the city's official permanent records and city government meeting minutes, ordinances and resolutions.

  4. Education

  5. Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program

    Learn more about the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Incentives on the federal and state level that are available.

  6. Louisiana Economic Development Incentives

    Check out some of the many opportunities, tax incentives and credits offered by the Louisiana Department of Economic Development.

  7. Main Street Program

    The Louisiana State Main Street Program was established in 1984, and Plaquemine has been a Louisiana-designated Main Street Program community since 1992 and a Certified Local Government since 1998.

  8. Major Industries & Employers

    City of Plaquemine is the home of a wide range of commercial and industrial operations because of its excellent transportation network, abundant raw materials, a strong labor force and land availability.

  9. Population & Demographics

    The City of Plaquemine is at the heart of Iberville Parish and serves as the Parish seat. Located in southeast Louisiana and blessed with major waterways, Iberville Parish is situated amid the industrial corridor only 15 miles from the state capitol, Baton Rouge.

  10. Plaquemine Business Incentives

    View information on offered tax incentives, credits, and opportunities for businesses in the city of Plaquemine.

  11. Public Bids

    Keep yourself up to date with the Plaquemine process for submitting and scheduling public bids.

  12. Tax Information

    Have a look at some of the City, Parish, and State taxes applicable to individuals and businesses in Plaquemine.

  13. Transportation

    The Mississippi River and the Intracoastal Waterway, which run through the parish, add the option of barge and even ocean-going water travel. The Port of Greater Baton Rouge, the sixth largest port in the country, is only 12 miles away, providing a deep water shipping facility that handles bulk commodities and can load or unload ocean-going vessels and barges. In addition, the Intracoastal Waterway provides a shortcut of 130 miles to the Gulf of Mexico.