What parish am I in?

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What is my parish?

Find what parish you are in based on your current location, along with your full address and GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude). Need to know what parish you are in? This site will tell you your parish. See information about your current parish and a map of counties in your state. The map shows a representation of the parish you are in.

Here are a few reasons you might want to know your current parish:

  • Confirm your parish while traveling
  • Find your current legal jurisdiction or municipality
  • Use as a real estate tool for agents or buyers
  • You try asking Google or Alexa or Siri what your parish is, but they do not have a GPS to help you
  • You need to find your parish clerk or parish office website.

What parish am I in right now?

To find your current parish, you need to accept the browser request to access your device location or click "get location" above. If you do not want to share your GPS with this site you can instead search by entering your current address above.

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What parish am I in by zip code?

Your zipcode is a quick way to find your approximate location, and to search for what parish you are in. Click "Change" above and enter your ZIP code to see what parish a given zip code is in. Note that not all of a ZIP code is necessarily in only one parish, so make sure to look at the parish map for final reference. You can also drag the map marker to recalculate.

What parish am I in by address

When you search for your address, this page will tell you where you are, first and foremost the current parish you are in. When you search for an address, the GPS coordinates are found for that address (or zipcode, city, etc). We then lookup what parish those GPS coordinates are located in to find the answer to where you are.

About Parish (administrative division)

A parish is an administrative division used by several countries. To distinguish it from an ecclesiastical parish, the term civil parish is used in some jurisdictions, as noted below.

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