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The Mayor-President's Annual Address
Thursday, March 14, 2019
2018 Robideaux Report Recap
Lafayette Mayor-President Joel Robideaux hosted his second annual parish-wide address, the Robideaux Report, on the evening of Thursday, April 12 at the Heymann Center. During his presentation, Mr. Robideaux highlighted the administration's accomplishments and challenges from 2017, and also unveiled initiatives for 2018 businesses and capital from around the world.
Missed the 2018 Robideaux Report?
You can watch it thanks to AOC Community Media.
The theme of the Mayor-President's inaugural address was “Challenge and Opportunity.” At the event, he reflected on his administration's work since being sworn-in in January 2016. He also spoke about the challenges and opportunities we face as a people and a parish. Specifically, he shared his vision for accelerating the diversification of our economy by, in particular, leveraging our distinctive existing cultural and creative assets to attract visitors, businesses and capital from around the world.
2017 SHOWCASE OF CULTURE
The Annual Address was followed by a special “Showcase of Culture” in the Frem Boustany Convention Center, featuring a rich sampling of our cultural and creative assets. The event was a memorable array of great food and beverages, sights, sounds and ideas.
2017 Annual Report -
Message from the Mayor-President
It is my pleasure to present the second Annual Report of my administration. I continue to be proud of the accomplishments we have achieved, some of which are highlighted in this report. This year’s report is organized by City-Parish Council, Budgeting & Finance, Resilience & Recovery, Cultural Economy, Innovation, Public Safety, Live, Work & Play, Developing Business, Getting Around, and Lagniappe. Each department’s successes are listed within these topics to demonstrate how your local government is working together to help make Lafayette the best place to live, work and play.