Vernon Parish Police Jury


Welcome to Vernon Parish!

The proud home of JRTC & Fort Polk, Vernon Parish has an approximate area of 1,342 square miles (1,328 sq. miles of which is land and the remaining 13 sq. miles is water).  According to the 2010 Census, Vernon Parish has a population of 52,334. 

The Vernon Parish Police Jury was established in 1871 and is composed of 12 Police Jurors, each elected by parish residents to represent their district in the parish, a Parish Administrator/Treasurer who oversees the financial and administrative operations for the parish, and a Parish Secretary. 


The Vernon Parish Police Jury meets in Regular Session on the third Monday of every month at 10 a.m. and the Committee Meeting is on the second Monday of every month at 5 p.m.  Both meetings take place at the Parish Government Complex Building, 2nd Floor, 300 S. 3rd Street, Leesville, Louisiana.





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For information on meetings of the Vernon Parish Police Jury, please click here.

  Planning in the Parish

To learn more about the ongoing planning initiative throughout the parish, please check out the Plan Vernon Parish website.  Plan Vernon Parish is the online portal for all things planning, including, the University Parkway Development District, Let's Grow Vernon, the Vernon Parish Comprehensive Plan, and much more.  Together, we can Shape the Future of Vernon Parish.

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