CITY OF WALKER MASTER PLAN

**2016 BUDGET**

FINANCE/PUBLIC RECORDS

 

 THE CITY OF WALKER ACCEPTS ONLINE CREDIT/DEBIT CARD PAYMENTS.

*DONATIONS FOR CHALLENGER FIELD*

 

CITATIONS*ALCOHOL LICENSES*OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES*PARKS & RECREATION*ANIMAL CONTROL*PROPERTY TAXES*BUILDING PERMITS  

CREDIT CARDS

 

UTILITY PAYMENTS

Utility Payments

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CITY OF WALKER JOB APPLICATION

 

WALKER POLICE DEPARTMENT JOB APPLICATION

WALKER BUSINESSES  

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

City Council Meeting 

Regular Meeting

Monday, April 10, 2017 @ 6:00 p.m.

AGENDA

 

 

 The Water We Drink

Consumer Confidence Report

Consumer Confidence Report 2013 (water report)

Consumer Confidence Report 2014 (water report)

Consumer Confidence Report 2015 (water report)

 Cross Connection Control - Appendix D (Louisiana State Plumbing Code) 

Part XIV (Plumbing) Title 51 (Public Health Sanitary Code) Section 609 - Protection of Potable Water Supply

 

FLOOD AWARENESS

Flood Awareness

 

report fraud

 

HONOR VETS...

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honor our vets

 

 Walker recycles!

Don't forget to save your plastic, paper and aluminum cans. There's a recycling bin available 24/7 behind the Walker Municipal Building, 10136 Florida Boulevard.

Click HERE for alist of items that can/cannot be placed in the recycl ebin

PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST

WEBSITE ARCHIVES/

CHALLENGERS/

CHALLENGER FIELD 

Gas heating equipment

Here are some tips for properly maintaining your furnace and other gas heating equipment:

» If your natural gas heating system has air filters, clean or replace them regularly before they become clogged with dirt. Install new filters per the manufacturer's instructions.

» Keep the area around your furnace clean and free from litter and combustible materials.

» Never install flammable liquids in your home or near fuel-burning appliances. The vapors can be ignited by pilot lights and appliance flames.

» Check your heat exchanger. A gas heater or furnace has a heat exchanger that forms an envelope separating the combustion area from the heated air. A crack in the exchanger can allow toxic carbon monoxide to mix with air sent out into the room. Inspect the exchanger regularly. For information about recognizing and preventing carbon monoxide poisoning, click here.

» Check your flues and vents regularly. Every year or two, have a service representative inspect your furnace, vents, connections and chimneys for corrosion and blockages. In never high-efficiency gas furnaces, the flues are subject to corrosion. They tend to deteriorate faster than older models and can plug up completely, so have them inspected more often. If you have a high-efficiency furnace that exhausts outside your home, keep intakes and vents clear of debris and ice.

Other safety information

How To Recognize A Natural Gas Leak
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If You Smell Natural Gas
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Educate your family
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Carbon Monoxide
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Meter Reader Safety
» Cleaning Gas Equipment
» Your Gas Fireplace
» Gas Heating Equipment
» Your Gas Water Heater
» Your Gas Range
» How Natural Gas Gets to You

For more information about our Utilities Department, click here.