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Facts about Grand Isle, Louisiana
Grand Isle (French: Grande-Île) is a town in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, located on a barrier island of the same name in the Gulf of Mexico. The island is at the mouth of Barataria Bay where it meets the gulf. As of the 2010 census, the town's resident population was 1,296; during summers, the population including tourists and seasonal residents sometimes increases to over 20,000. Grand Isle is statistically part of the New Orleans−Metairie−Kenner Metropolitan Statistical Area, though it is not connected to New Orleans' continuous urbanized area.Grand Isle's main street is the seaside start of Louisiana Highway 1 (LA 1), which stretches 436.2 miles away to the northwest corner of the state, ending near Shreveport, Louisiana. LA 1's automobile causeway at the west end of the island is the only land access to or from Grand Isle. Direct access to Grand Isle's seat of parish government is 95 miles (153 km) away in suburban Jefferson Parish, which leaves the town somewhat politically isolated.
Grand Isle Obituaries
It was written by Grand Island Independent on May 8th, 2016 that Phala Elizabeth "Ginger" Boll (Roy) passed away in Grand Island, Nebraska. Ms. Boll was 70 years old and was born in Grand Isle, LA. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Phala Elizabeth "Ginger"'s life.
It was revealed on August 2nd, 1903 that Walter E Bartel passed on in Grand Isle, Louisiana. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Walter E's life.
It was reported on August 2nd, 1903 that J J Voelkel died in Grand Isle, Louisiana. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor J J's life.
Large waves severely damaged the only bridge linking Grand Isle to the mainland. This was partly due to the most vulnerable structures having been destroyed by Katrina. Dune vegetation capable of resisting such erosion is annually destroyed by arsonists burning the dune plants to make hunting easier. On average, Grand Isle has been affected by tropical storms or hurricanes every 2.68 years since 1877, with hurricane direct hits on average every 7.88 years [http://www.hurricanecity.com/city/grandisle.htm]. Homes along Route 1 had ~2' of water below them.
The official website for the city of Grand Isle is http://www.grand-isle.com.
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