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Lafayette, Louisiana is located along the Vermilion River, west of Baton Rouge, south of Alexandria and east of Lake Charles. It’s a moderately sized city that has maintained a lot of its historical charm and character. Home to around 130,000 people, it is nicknamed The Hub City.
The economy of Lafayette is wide and diverse with no single industry dominating. The National Guard headquarters of the 256th Infantry Brigade has some influence but there are many industries and employers that call the city home.
Executive and corporate housing is made up of modern furnished apartments. All are of a high specification and located in quiet or upscale neighborhoods around the city.
Employment in Lafayette
Employment in Lafayette is a mix of government, education, healthcare, military and other industries. The city is not known for any one thing so opportunities are wide and varied.
Major employers in Lafayette include Lafayette Parish School System, Lafayete Consolidated Government, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, The National Guard headquarters, Wal-mart Stores Inc., Wood Group Production Services, Baker Hughes, WHC Inc., Island Operating Company and Schlumberger.
Medical centers in Lafayette include Lafayette General Medical Center, University Hospital and Clinics, Lafayette General Surgical Hospital and Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center.
Getting around Lafayette
Lafayette Regional Airport (LFT) handles most flights into the city and is on US-90 south of the city. It handles a number of carriers from across the country.
Rail is handled by Amtrak who run the Amtrak Sunset Limited three days a week from New Orleans, Louisiana and Los Angeles.
Greyhound run long-haul buses into town while Lafayette Transit System runs commuter buses around the city.
Car is the main mode of transport here, with the I-10 and I-49 intersecting north of town. Local routes handle everything else.
Living in Lafayette
Lafayette managed to escape Katrina and Rita so hasn’t had the privations of many places in Louisiana. That and a decent level of employment, an array of things to do and the climate makes the city a nice place to spend time.
Neighborhoods in Lafayette include Acadian Oaks, Acorn Drive, Al Pearson, Rain Tree, Ramblewood, Harbor Lights, Harvest Pointe Circle, Hernandez Heights, Hidden Cove, Briarmeadow, Broadmoor, Shadow Creek, Simcoe, Kaliste Saloom, Kings Cove, Kingspointe Circle, South Meyers, South Point, Brookhaven, Brookshire Gardens, Hidden Ridge, Holden Heights, Holiday Meadows / Clearview, Huntington Park, Rex St / Lewis St, Richland Heights, Rivergate, River Oaks/ River Trace, River Ranch, River’s Bend Estates, River Woods, Robichaux Center, Robley Place, Robley Rd, Ambassador, Audubon Plantation, Audubon Trace, Austin Village South, Avies Knoll, Teurlings, The Bluffs, The , Glade, The Pepper Patch, The Reserve at Woodlake, The Settlement, The Woods and Tolson Oaks.
Things to see and do in Lafayette include Acadian Cultural Center, Lafayette Science Museum, Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns, Vermilionville, Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, Festival International de Louisiane, Acadian Village, Caillouet House, Girard Park, Judice Inn and Zoosiana
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