and Welcome. Our Main Street, downtown Parkerson Avenue is finally completed.

Downtown businesses are finally getting some relief from the construction that has been present for the last couple of years. If you are in the area, take a tour down Parkerson Ave. There 4 phases with Parkerson Avenue project. The area from I-10 South to the first intersection was revamped a few years back. Then from that intersection to Northern Ave was resurfaced. Late last year, from Northern to the Court Circle was re-surfaced and now  Downtown has been completed after a couple of years of construction. Also north of I-10, road construction has been completed with the replacement of the bride at the edge of town.



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Another logoWe are also going to be listing some area merchants that have a web presence and we invite you to check their sites also. Hopefully in a couple of weeks we will have some if not all of the bugs worked out....


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A Planned Community

The establishment of Crowley began with the sale of 174 acres of land for $80 in 1886 to the Southwest Louisiana Land Company. Lots were sold the next year, and in 1888 the village of Crowley was incorporated. A fascinating town, Crowley located in South Central Louisiana was born January 4th, 1887. The seat of Acadia Parish, in the heart of Acadiana is known as the Rice Capital of America with more rice mills than any other city in the United States.

Crowley Is ...


  • The First Municipality in the United States to be ISO 9002 Registered

  • The Seat of Acadia Parish

  • On the National Register of Historic Places

  • Tree City USA

  • A Main Street City

  • Home of The International Rice Festival

  • Home of Miller Stadium

Crowley's Historic District has been designated on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982. Visitors can drive along oak tree lined streets and view the stately homes that date to the founding of the city in 1887. Shops and other structures line a broad boulevard through Crowley's Historic Commercial District.