Erath, Louisiana, is a residential community of approximately 2,100 residents located in Vermilion Parish, about 7 miles east of Abbeville and 26 miles south of Lafayette, Louisiana.

Founded in 1899, we are a small community rich in Acadian culture. We take pride in our community and hold dear our family.

Visit us during our Fourth of July Celebration, where we celebrate the birth of our nation. Our celebration is one of the biggest and best in the area, and was featured on Good Morning, America as "one of most interesting events in America."


Mayor and Erath Town Council Erath Mayor and City Council: Seated (left to right): Mayor Pro-Tem Robert "T-Bob" Domingues, Mayor John Earl LeBlanc, and Alderman Robert B. Vincent. Standing: Aldermen Guy Nerren, Timmy Landry, and Chris Hebert.
The 50th Anniversary of the Erath Water Tower Fall.
See 50th Anniversary video here
All information and links can be found here!

In Loving Memory of
Scotty Bernard, Joe Brown, Otto "Cowboy" Bourque, Clifton Felix Dubois, Dugas,  Eutis "Noo Noo" Menard and brothers Duffy Broussard and Vernice Broussard

Erath Officials sworn in December 28


The Inaugural Ceremony for the incoming Town of Erath municipal officials was held  on Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 7:00 PM.  The ceremony took place at the Erath Community Building, located at 100 City Park Drive in Erath.  The event was open to the public and everyone was invited to attend. 


The municipal officials that were sworn in will serve as the town’s leadership from 2015-2018.  Those officials include:  Mayor John Earl LeBlanc, Chief of Police Gerald Hebert, and Aldermen Robert “T-Bob” Domingues, Robert B. Vincent, Chris Hebert, Timmy Landry, and Guy Nerren. 


Administering the oaths of office will be District Judge Durwood Conque. 


Facebook Pages to Like!


Email Webmaster Stacy Bodin for site questions.

Hit Counter