Allen Parish, Louisiana
Allen Parish is a parish located in the U.S. state of Louisiana. The parish seat is Oberlin and As of 2000, the population was 25,440. Allen Parish is in southwestern Louisiana, southwest of Alexandria. Allen Parish is named for former Confederate States Army general and Governor of Louisiana Henry Watkins Allen. Allen Parish was formed in 1912 from Calcasieu Parish.
- Main article: Evaluation of Louisiana parish websites
Currently there is no information available to be placed here.
- The only Allen Parish website is devoted to tourism, and does not contain any helpful information on the Parish government.
- No information is provided about how parish residents can request access to public documents of the parish under Louisiana's sunshine laws.
- The Allen website does not currently meet any of the criteria of the ten point checklist.
- Allen parish does not list the names of the police jurors or the contact information on its official website.
- To compare Allen with other Louisiana parishes, see Websites of the Louisiana parishes.
Making it better
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The police jurors include:
- A. M. Farris Jr., Vice President, District 2
- Kent Fontenot, Police Juror
- Andrew Hayes, Police Juror, District 1
- Matthew Hollins, Police Juror, District 4
- Douglas Sonnier, Police Juror
- John W Strother Jr., Police Juror, District 3
- R. E. Weatherford, President, District 6
- Douglas Hebert Jr., District Attorney
P.O. Box G
Oberlin, LA 70655-2007
Phone: (337) 639-4328
2008 Parish Budget 13,400,000 Parish Treasurer-Judy Young
Cities, towns, and villages
- Allen Parish
- National Association of Counties, Allen Parish
- Allen Parish on ePodunk
- Allen Parish on PublicRecords.OnlineSearches.com
- Allen Parish on Louisiana Page Locale