Source: Willis Carter, Natchitoches Parish Communications District Director
To protect our personnel and preserve critical public safety services in an effort to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Natchitoches Parish 9-1-1 Communications District has announced that it will suspend routine processing of 9-1-1 address applications effective at 5 p.m. Tuesda, March 24.
Willis Carter, Executive Director of the Natchitoches Parish Communications District, said address applications will continue to be accepted for those individuals wishing to apply for addresses (outside the city limits of Natchitoches) BY APPOINTMENT ONLY and at an outside area that has been set up near the main entrance to the NATCOM facility, located at 9-1-1 Public Safety Blvd. off Industrial Drive. Applicants must call 357-8300 to arrange an appointment. Applicants are reminded that addresses will not be issued until after application processing resumes. That work will remain on hold until after the risk of the COVID-19 Coronavirus spread has been downgraded.
Carter said that both he and the Districts Address Coordinator will be working from home as well as the office, and they will respond promptly to voicemails and emails.