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15th Judicial District Court 337-788-8817
24 Hour Emergency 337-334-6631
Acadia Parish Assessor 337-788-8871
Acadia Parish Board of Health 337-788-4999
Acadia Parish Building Permit Office 337-788-4999
Acadia Parish Clerk of Court 337-788-8881
Acadia Parish District Attorney 337-788-8831
Acadia Parish Emergency Management 337-783-4357
Acadia Parish Food Stamp Office 337-783-7540
Acadia Parish Landfill 337-783-4834
Acadia Parish Mulitpurpose Facility 337-783-1442
Acadia Parish Police Jury 337-788-8800
Acadia Parish Recycling Center 337-783-9380
Acadia Parish Registrar of Voters 337-788-8841
Acadia Parish Road Maintenance 337-788-8861
Acadia Parish School Board 337-783-3664
Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office 337-788-8700
Acadia Parish Tax Collector 337-788-8750
Acadia Parish Tourist Commission 337-783-2108
Animal Control 337-334-4215
Centerpoint Energy (natural gas) 337-873-3051
City Hall 337-334-3121
City of Rayne Police, Fire and Emergency 911
Council on Aging 337-788-1400
Cox Communications 337-788-5971
Dispatcher 337-334-6631
Electrical Department 337-334-6670
Housing Authority of Rayne 337-334-3084
LA Office of Social Services 337-788-7540
Mayor's Office 337-334-3121
Permit Department 337-334-6656
Police Department 337-334-4215
Post Office 337-334-5629
Power Plant 337-334-6671
Public Safety Vehicle Office 337-788-7505
Public Works Department 337-334-6661
Purchasing 337-334-6650
Rayne Branch Library 337-334-3188
Rayne Chamber of Commerce 337-334-2332
Rayne City Court 337-334-9677
Rayne City Marshal 337-334-2112
Rayne Health Unit 337-334-2153
Recreation Department 337-334-6644
Section 8 Housing 337-334-6682
Social Security Office 337-261-0606
State of Louisiana Fire Marshall 225-925-4911
Unemployment Office 337-788-7550
Veteran's Affairs 337-788-7539
Wastewater Department 337-334-6685
Water Department 337-334-6676
  • In the 1900s, Rayne was a
    leading producer of eggs, sweet potatoes, cotton, and of course, frogs.
  • Rayne holds the all-time
    LA snowfall record - 24 inches
    on February 14 & 15, 1895.
  • Rayne once had a semi-pro
    black baseball team known
    as the Blue Eagles.
  • The Rayne high school six-man football team won the state championship in 1944.
  • In 1908, the town passed
    an ordinance requiring all
    property owners to put down
    plank sidewalks.
  • In 1946, the population of Rayne grew enough that the State Legislature declared
    it a city.
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