Village of Grosse Tete

Grosse Tete is perhaps the most familiar municipality of north Iberville because it is named after Bayou Grosse Tete – the bayou that winds through much of north Iberville. With an exit ramp off Interstate 10 veering right into Grosse Tete, it is also the first community to greet motorists in north Iberville. It is also the home of the parish’s visitor center which is just off the exit to the north.

The village was originally incorporated in 1906, but dissolved a few years later. It was re-incorporated in 1952, and includes a two-mile stretch of homes and businesses along Bayou Grosse Tete.

Legend has it that the bayou’s name, which means “big head” in French, was derived from a big-headed Choctaw Indian who lived and hunted in the area when it was first settled by Acadians. It is a beautiful community of majestic live oaks, green pastures with rustic fences, and the grace of the bayou.

While it is a small community, it has been progressive in providing services for its residents. It provides sewer and water services, sidewalks and street lighting, parks and a progressive fire department. Grosse Tete village hall can be reached by calling 225-648-2131.

Mayor Michael Chauffe

(P) 225-648-2131
(F) 225-648-228

Physical Address:
18125 Willow Street
Grosse Tete, LA 70740

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 98
Grosse Tete, LA 70740

Quick Contacts

Star Telephone
(Telephone Company)
225-625-2333
Business Permits  
Outside City Limits:
Iberville Parish Council
225-687-5190
Within municipality:
Town of White Castle
225-545-3012
U.S. Post Office 225-648-2157
Gas
M-F 8-4:30pm
225-687-5152
Water & Sewer:
M-Th 9-4:30pm
225-648-2131
District #4: 225-687-5152