Metropolitan Planning Commission

Mission Statement

The Bossier City-Parish Metropolitan Planning Commission (MPC) was established by Act 189 of 1954 of the Louisiana Legislature and authorized by the City of Bossier City and Bossier Parish to provide for comprehensive planning and orderly development in the City of Bossier City and the unincorporated part of Bossier Parish lying within 5 miles of the City.

MPC's mission is to provide land use management, planning and development services to protect the rights of residents and businesses choosing to locate in Bossier; to ensure public safety, health and welfare; to establish standards which are clearly communicated and consistently enforced; to preserve and enhance property values; to provide a positive climate for growth; to enhance the quality of life of area residents; to provide a public forum for thorough examination of development-related impacts; and to serve as a catalyst for broad-based community, business and public sector involvement in the planning process.

  1. Bossier City Council Honors Grocery Store Workers

    The Bossier City Council passed a resolution honoring grocery store workers’ service and sacrifice during the COVID-19 crisis. Read on...
  2. Animal Adoption Saturdays Resume at Bossier City Animal Control

    With the help of volunteers from Hand in Paw, Bossier City Animal Control at 3217 Old Shed Road will be open this Saturday, June 12, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Read on...
  3. Bossier City Mosquito Control Season Underway

    As the temperatures rise in Louisiana so do mosquito populations. Bossier City’s Department of Public Works is beginning its yearly mosquito control efforts to reduce the possible threat of the West Nile virus and other mosquito borne diseases. Read on...
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