Tribe, meaning probably, “Corncob Gatherers,” or “Corncob People” were Indians who settled along the Tangipahoa River.

Our community is located in the Northern part of the Parish, approximately eight miles from the Mississippi state line; Highway 51 and  Illinois Central Railroad runs parallel in the Village.  If traveling North or South, Interstate 55 is approximately one-half mile away from the Village. 

 As mayor, I’m standing on the shoulders of great men and women who have paved the way for me and others in the community.

Our monthly council meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM.  You are welcome to attend.  I encourage you to contact me or the council with suggestions, ideas, questions and concerns.

Message from Mayor Brenda Nevels

Welcome to the Village of Tangipahoa Official Website! “This is the place where everybody is somebody.”

The Village of Tangipahoa is  a “Village” in Tangipahoa Parish.  Tangipahoa comes from a acolapissa word meaning “Ear of Corn.”  Tangipahoa

Elected as mayor, the citizens have honored me with their vote, and in return, I will honor them with my dedication and hard work.  I want to make a difference in our community.  I want our community to prosper; therefore, I am dedicated to economic development. 

I am working hard to achieve much needed improvements in the Village of Tangipahoa.   My objectives are to bring businesses into the community, listen  to our citizen concerns, and operate in the best interest of the town.