We know things are a bit uncertain all over the world right now. We want to let you know that we are still here working with our partners to provide the resources you need to navigate these uncertain times. Below you will find a breakdown of resources from helping support our local restaurants to the status of events and our attractions as well as Covid-19 resources. If we can be of any further assistance don’t hesitate to reach out to our staff.
With news of restaurants limited to delivery, takeout, and drive-thru orders only, EatLafayette and Lafayette Travel wants to assist our restaurant community in providing a one-stop resource for customers looking for a list of places to order from. We have compiled a list of restaurants offering delivery through various services. We'll be updating these lists so please check back for updates.
At the recommendation of the CDC, all gatherings of 10 or more people have been suspended. Some festivals are looking at rescheduling for later in the year and others are providing 2021 dates. We’ll be updating the list below as we receive information.
On the recommendation of the CDC, all bars, movie theaters, and fitness centers are closed, and the majority of our tourism attractions have decided to temporarily close. Our Visitor’s Center will also be closed to the public until further notice. However, we are available to offer travel information and respond to your questions at (337) 232-3737 or through LafayetteTravel.com. Please check back for updates about when these attractions will be open for visitors.
As of now, there are no travel restrictions domestically or in Lafayette Parish. With the current state of events, we recommend taking additional precautions when traveling anywhere such as practicing social distancing, washing your hands frequently, coughing in your arm, etc. Most importantly if you or someone you are living with is feeling ill, please stay home. For additional information on how the state and travel industry are responding please see below for Covid-19 resources.
LEDA has created a survey to help understand current business conditions related to the COVID-19 outbreak. LEDA will gather this information in confidence and aggregate the data to share with local, state and federal sources--allowing them to provide informed and unified assistance to businesses. If your business has been impacted, please take a few minutes to complete this survey.
The Acadiana Center for the Arts and the Louisiana Division of the Arts are surveying the arts field at-large to gather data on the potential financial impacts of the COVID-19 public health emergency, and we need your help. If you are an organization or individual in the arts field that anticipates losing personal or business income related to COVID-19, please fill out this brief survey using the button below. If you know of someone within the arts field in Louisiana that you feel could be impacted, please forward this survey to them.