The Freetown-Port Rico Coterie was established in 2006, and is currently incorporating as a non-profit organization. Its 12 member board is comprised of residents and business owners within the neighborhoods. A simple definition of a Coterie would be:
"an elected group of neighbors who join together to create plans
and solve challenges that benefit the neighborhood."
The Freetown-Port Rico Coterie represents the residents and businesses within the boundaries below, between Pinhook Road, University Avenue, Johnston Street, and the Evangeline Thruway.
Engage our Residents & Businesses
Every resident, renter, business and property owner is welcome to join our meetings to discuss making the Freetown-Port Rico neighborhood even better. We want to hear from you!
Implement our Neighborhood Plan
Lafayette Consolidated Government adopted the Freetown-Port Rico neighborhood plan in 2006. This plan includes many goals and projects which the Coterie helps to focus residents' energy on accomplishing.
Our monthly public meetings are held at 6:30pm on the second Tuesday of each month at the Maison Creole de Freetown, 800 E. Vermilion Street.
For more information about the Coterie, to join our monthly mailing list for upcoming meetings and events, or to find out more about how to get involved, please email: