Mayor Greg Jones announces re-election bid

Crowley Mayor Greg Jones is proud to announce his bid for re-election. Jones has served as Crowley’s mayor for the past three and a half years.

“Crowley continues to move forward despite the difficult economic times our country is experiencing. During my tenure we’ve completed the downtown revitalization program and businesses are taking advantage of our Main St. Grants Program. Our recreation facilities are first-rate and we will continue to maintain the ballparks and neighborhood parks,” said Mayor Jones.

“We continue to work with the Department of Transportation on the I-10 service road and our lighting project at Exit 82 (East Crowley exit) is complete and gives Crowley a much greater presence on the highway and creates a much safer exit with improved visibility for motorists.”

“Our wastewater facility has been upgraded with over $1 million dollars in improvements and maintenance made possible by a Department of Environmental Quality grant.,” he added. Also our Magnolia lift station has permanent generator for disaster

operations should they occur.”

Greg Jones was born in Crowley to Donald and Florence Jones. He is married to the former Charlotte Crowell and they are the parents of a son, Kyle, and a daughter, Alex. He has worked as coach for St. Michael’s and Redemptorist Elementary schools as well as the Crowley Recreational Department. He is a former banker, having worked as Vice President of First National Bank of Crowley for over 14 years. Jones is also a lifelong member of the First United Methodist Church.

Jones has a good working relationship with the Crowley Police Department, the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Department, and the Acadia Parish Police Jury. His door is open to anyone in Crowley to discuss any issue and will continue to be so. He can be reached at 783-0824 or 788-4100.

“I’m proud of the direction our city has taken since I’ve become mayor,” said Jones. “However, Crowley has many more worthwhile projects both for infrastructure improvement and cultural development that will be attainable as our economy improves. In short, there is I feel there is much more to do and I humbly ask that the citizens of Crowley elect me to another term to help our progress continue.”

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