Iberville was "discovered" by French explorer Pierre LeMoyne, Sieur d'Iberville in 1699, but it had been discovered by Indian tribes long before. Iberville has changed through the centuries to accommodate the changing times.
The parish is situated in the industrial corridor, just 15 miles from Baton Rouge, the capital of the State of Louisiana. Therefore, it offers easy access to state government and the economic engine that it provides.
Iberville Parish provides vital services for you and your neighbors. From being prepared for emergencies to making sure new buildings meet the proper safety codes, your local government is here to serve.
Tucked between the swamps of the Atchafalaya and the bustling state capitol of Baton Rouge is a parish rich with legend and mystery, where tales of survival and triumph are central to its core.
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Tucked between the swamps of the Atchafalaya and the bustling state capitol of Baton Rouge is a parish rich with legend and mystery, where tales of survival and triumph are central to its core. It is a parish of a people strong and resilient from life's challenges, yet, oh so friendly. It is a parish proud of the role it has played in helping south Louisiana thrive for over 200 years.
Certainly Iberville's claim to fame, the majestic Nottoway Plantation is the largest remaining plantation home in the south. Nottoway was completed in 1859 for Mr. And Mrs. John Hampden Randolph and their 11 children. The wealth of sugarcane farmer Randolph shows with 15 feet ceilings in its 64 room more