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Everything happening at Tensas Levee District including updates on land leases, surplus equipment, construction projects and more.

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The Tensas Basin Levee District works closely with local, state and federal partners to maintain the levee system.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I apply for a land lease?2024-03-29T09:17:16-05:00

Sign up for email alerts to be notified when land leases are available!

How do I pay?2024-03-29T09:17:16-05:00

Contact the TBLD office by emailing or calling (318) 323-1130

What should I know about land leases?2024-03-29T09:17:16-05:00

You can view all hunting and farming land leases using our GIS map.

How often is surplus equipment available?2024-03-29T09:17:16-05:00

Surplus equipment is periodically available for auction by the TBLD. Sign up for our email alerts to be notified when surplus equipment is available!

Who should I contact if I have other questions?2024-03-29T09:17:17-05:00

You may email with questions for The Tensas Basin Levee District staff.

Are board meetings open to the public?2024-03-29T09:17:17-05:00

All meetings of the Board or any Committee thereof shall be open to the public unless closed pursuant to the executive session provisions of Louisiana Revised Statute 42:6.

What is a statute?2024-03-29T09:17:17-05:00

A statute is a written law passed by a legislative body on the state or federal level. It is a formal written enactment of a legislative body that commands or prohibits something or declares policy2. situations. They are distinguished from case law or precedent, which is decided by courts, and regulations issued by government agencies.

How often are board meetings held?2024-03-29T09:17:17-05:00

Board Meetings are held monthly on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month at 9:30 am. (subject to change when Louisiana State observed holidays fall on said date) Please visit our Meetings page to view upcoming meetings, agendas, and past meeting minutes.

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