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Phone: +1.318.938.7261

​Town of Greenwood

The history of Greenwood, La., was filled with romance, feuds, fights and stirring events true to wild western form. Many a man "bit the dust" with his boots on in this last outpost for mail to the West. Letters were often marked “Hold for Texas,” when the twice-a-year visitors would collect their mail. A flourishing town in the 1850s, Greenwood had a tan yard, a saddlery, one distillery, three brick yards, a wagon and plow factory, a foundry and machine shop, a blacksmith shop, a tin shop, 7 stores, a Masonic Lodge, two two-story schools, five doctors, a Methodist Church, a 15-room hotel, and 9 thriving saloons, Traffic was heavy, averaging 100 wagons a day - pulled by 8 or 10 oxen to the wagon. In 1974, a small group of citizens, proud of their rich and colorful history in this area, met and organized for the first Greenwood Pioneer Club. The Greenwood Pioneer Club - a non-profit, community-minded organization - planned and directed the first Greenwood Pioneer Heritage Festival in 1979.

  • ​​​​​All Emergencies 911
  • Buried Utilities 811 - Call before you dig.
  • Caddo Parish Animal Control 226.6624
  • Code Enforcements 938.7261 ​- Report property standards violations. Click here.
  • Higgenbotham-Bryson Branch Library 938.1451
  • Mosquito Control 226.6627
  • Permits & Inspections 938.7261 - Call before building.
  • Traffic Citations 938.7261
  • Water Department During business hours 938.7261; After hours 208.4693

Per R. S. 47:1705 (B) (2) (c) (i):

  • "For purpose of the internet publication only, the notice shall contain a recitation of the current budget of the taxing authority."

Per R. S. 47:1705 (B) (2) (c):

  • "On the first day of publication, occurring no less than 30 days before the public hearing date, the tax recipient body must post the notice of public hearing on their internet website, if there is one."
  • "The internet posting shall remain active until action has been taken to approve or disapprove or action has been abandoned on the proposed millage increase."

The Pioneer Building (located in William Peters Town Park) housed the Greenwood Fire Department for many years. The alarm bell is still in the park.

The McClurg House and family (circa 1914) - The grandmother of William Peters McClung, for whom the Greenwood town park is named, is third from the left in front.


Management, L. L. C.

Compliance & Consultation Services

Non-Emergency Numbers

  • Fire Department 938.5290
  • Police Department 938.5554
  • Call 911 for emergencies only.

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All numbers have a 318 area code.

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Article 7, Section 23 (C) of the Constitution and R. S. 47:1705 (B) that a public hearing of the Town of Greenwood will be held at the regular meeting place, the Greenwood Town Hall at 9381 Greenwood Rd, Greenwood, Louisiana, on Monday, June 19, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. to consider levying additional or increased millage rates without further voter approval or adopting the adjusted millage rate after reassessment and rolling forward to rates not to exceed the prior year's maximum.  The estimated amount of tax revenues to be collected in the next tax year from the increased millage is $284,714.06, and the amount of increase in taxes attributable to the millage increase is $7,153.62.