Being the "new kid" in town can be difficult when it comes to making friends and getting around. It can be even more frustrating when it comes to government and civil service issues like who to call when you want to complain about a pothole or report a street signal that's not working properly.

Being the "new kid" in town can be difficult when it comes to making friends and getting around. It can be even more frustrating when it comes to government and civil service issues like who to call when you want to complain about a pothole or report a street signal that's not working properly.

To make it easier we have compiled a list of who to contact regarding various issues. Who you call is determined by where the issue you are reporting is located.

If you live within the limits of a city or town with a council government, that city or town is your governing body responsible for enacting resolutions, ordinances and fines, property and sales tax collections, setting rates and policies, maintaining streets and city-owned property, public utilities, business licensing and permits.

If you a question or concern in one of these areas call your city or town municipal government.

Leesville City Hall (337) 239-2444

New Llano City Hall (337) 239-3670

Anacoco City Hall (337) 239-0215

Hornbeck City Hall (318) 565-4659

Rosepine City Hall (337) 463-8908

Simpson City Hall (337) 383-7731

If you live outside of the city limits the parish police jury is your governing body responsible for enacting resolutions, ordinances and fines, establishing taxes and programs, setting policies, rural water districts and landfills, maintaining roads and parish-owned property.

If you a question or concern in one of these areas call your parish police jury.

Beauregard Parish Police Jury (337) 463-7019

Vernon Parish Police Jury (337) 238-0324

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) is responsible for traffic signals on all state routes and highways.

DOTD 1-877-452-3683 (1-877-4LA-DOTD)