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Youngsville is a city in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana, United States, and is part of the Lafayette Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 8,105 as of the 2010 census and an estimated 14,077 in 2018.

Youngsville was the birthplace of the colorful Louisiana businessman and politician Dudley J. LeBlanc, the entrepreneur of the Hadacol fortune of the 1950s.

Bernard LeBas of Ville Platte has represented Evangeline and St. Landry parishes in the Louisiana House of Representatives since 2008. He is a former resident of Youngsville.

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Acadiana Bar and Grill 3.5 star rating 15 reviews
327 Iberia St
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 856-2448

trapps 4.5 star rating 19 reviews
209 N Morgan Ave
Broussard, LA 70518

(337) 330-8443

KK's Cafe & Cakery 4.5 star rating 21 reviews
905 Savoy Rd
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 451-6341

Shade Tree Cafe 5.0 star rating 44 reviews
219 S Eola Rd
Broussard, LA 70518

(337) 839-2803

Romacelli 3.5 star rating 25 reviews
220 Prescott Blvd
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 451-6198

Misfits Dine And Drink 4.0 star rating 14 reviews
200 Heritage Pkwy
Broussard, LA 70518

(337) 451-8451

Namwan 4.5 star rating 29 reviews
3215 E Milton Ave
Ste 12
Youngsville, LA 70592

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Morvant's Bar & Grill 4.0 star rating 24 reviews
200 Lafayette St
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 856-7469

Corner Bar 4.5 star rating 6 reviews
1700 Chemin Metairie Pkwy
Youngsville, LA 70592

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501 Sports Bar 3.5 star rating 2 reviews
808 S Saint Blaise Ln
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 857-6112

Morvant's Bar & Grill 4.0 star rating 24 reviews
200 Lafayette St
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 856-7469

Dewey's Lounge 5.0 star rating 1 reviews
2901 Bonin Rd
Youngsville, LA 70592

POUR Restaurant & Bar 4.0 star rating 39 reviews
1 Degaulle Square
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 981-8085

The Tap Room 3.5 star rating 31 reviews
201 Settlers Trace Blvd
Ste 4001
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 984-9280

The Barrel of Broussard 5.0 star rating 2 reviews
811 Albertson Pkwy
Broussard, LA 70518

(337) 330-8039

Stacy's 4.5 star rating 17 reviews
3524 Kaliste Saloom Rd
Ste 101
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 534-0826

Nunu's Fresh Market - Youngsville 5.0 star rating 25 reviews
509 Lafayette St
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 856-6889

Rouse's Supermarket 3.5 star rating 13 reviews
2900 E Milton Ave
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 362-2814

Toot Toot's Kitchen 4.5 star rating 4 reviews
107 Centre Sarcelle Blvd
Ste 709
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 600-2494

Billeauds Grocery 4.5 star rating 14 reviews
111 E Main St
Broussard, LA 70518

(337) 837-6825

Heleaux's Grocery 4.0 star rating 5 reviews
3002 Verot School Rd
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 856-7872

Super 1 Foods Fuel Center 5.0 star rating 4 reviews
1500 Bonin Rd
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 573-6176

Albertsons 3.5 star rating 4 reviews
1210 Albertson Pkwy
Broussard, LA 70518

(337) 839-1717

Chops Specialty Meats 4.0 star rating 12 reviews
1019 Albertson Pkwy
Broussard, LA 70518

(337) 837-6446

Huya Craft Coffee 5.0 star rating 8 reviews
1901 Chemin Metairie Rd
Ste 1
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 573-4542

CC's Coffee House 5.0 star rating 2 reviews
6422 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy
Broussard, LA 70518

(337) 456-2722

Jammin' Java 5.0 star rating 13 reviews
3366 Verot School Rd
Ste 100
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 857-6955

Sunrise Coffee 4.0 star rating 7 reviews
120 Waterview Rd
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 412-9763

Rêve Coffee Lab 4.5 star rating 106 reviews
1042 Camellia Blvd
Ste 6
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 889-5782

KK's Cafe & Cakery 4.5 star rating 21 reviews
905 Savoy Rd
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 451-6341

Jet Coffee 5.0 star rating 29 reviews
101 Camino Real Rd
Ste A
Lafayette, LA 70503

Jet Coffee 5.0 star rating 2 reviews
109 St Nazaire Rd
Broussard, LA 70518

Hub City Fitness 4.5 star rating 2 reviews
1616 Youngsville Hwy
Youngsville, LA 70592

Cajun Fitness 1.0 star rating 2 reviews
818 Fortune Rd
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 857-6610

CLUB4 Fitness 3.0 star rating 5 reviews
4516 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 214-0660

Anytime Fitness 4.5 star rating 4 reviews
1700 Chemin Metairie Pkwy
Suite 603
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 857-5060

Planet Fitness 2.5 star rating 10 reviews
3559B Ambassador Caffery Pkwy
Lafayette, LA 70503

(337) 412-6972

Orangetheory Fitness Lafayette 5.0 star rating 3 reviews
109 Old Camp Rd
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 735-1877

The City Club at River Ranch 3.5 star rating 8 reviews
1100 Camellia Blvd
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 406-2582

Anytime Fitness 4.5 star rating 2 reviews
156 Heritage Pkwy
Broussard, LA 70518

(337) 856-1711

Paws and Paw Paws 4.0 star rating 4 reviews
930 Robley Dr
Lafayette, LA 70503

(337) 534-4729

PetSmart 3.0 star rating 6 reviews
111 Meadow Farm
#120
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 347-5642

PetSmart 3.5 star rating 6 reviews
5700 Johnston St
Ste 10
Lafayette, LA 70503

(337) 984-5319

Pet Express 5.0 star rating 1 reviews
109 Rena Dr
Lafayette, LA 70503

(337) 406-8966

Sam's Kamp K-9 5.0 star rating 2 reviews
3216 Romero Rd
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 560-0724

Loftin Veterinary Hospital 5.0 star rating 1 reviews
836 Chemin Metairie Rd
Youngsville, LA 70592

(337) 856-8080

Pets Unlimited 3.0 star rating 10 reviews
3607 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy
Lafayette, LA 70503

(337) 993-2114

Petco 5.0 star rating 1 reviews
609 Settlers Trace Blvd
Ste 200
Lafayette, LA 70508

(337) 406-1791

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Living in Youngsville

Youngsville today still reflects its history in its people, culture, traditions, and architecture. It was settled in the early 19th century by French Acadian farmers. Prior to 1839, George Roy and his son, Desire, laid out the area and named the community “Royville”. The settlement had grown large enough by 1859 to establish one of the oldest Catholic churches in Lafayette Parish: St. Anne Church, on the community’s oldest street, Church Street. In 1908, the U.S. Postal Service asked village leaders to change the name because the town was being confused with the north Louisiana town of Rayville. So in 1908, the village of Youngsville was incorporated, with the name meaning “young village”. It chose a government of a mayor and three aldermen.

On January 20, 1983, Louisiana Governor David C. Treen declared Youngsville a town. The town increased its governing body to a mayor and five aldermen to accommodate its population.

Youngsville has been the fastest growing town in Louisiana from 1990 to 2005. Its population has increased by over 300 percent. According to the 2010 Census, Youngsville grew at a rate of 103% between year 2000 and 2010. Youngsville was declared a city by Governor Kathleen Blanco in 2006. In 2007, Mayor Wilson Viator and the Youngsville City Council named Joey Langlinais as the Chairman of the Centennial Committee.

Although the city has extended its boundaries and expanded its services, Youngsville has remained a rural city surrounded by sugarcane farms.

Louisiana flood of 2016

On the morning of August 12, 2016, rain began to fall over Youngsville, as well as much of the south central part of the state, in what is now being considered to be the state’s worst flood disaster by rainfall on record, in some areas.

The Louisiana Flood of 2016 was triggered by a complicated, slow-moving low-pressure weather system that dumped as much as two feet of rain on several parishes in 48 hours. The record two-day rainfall in some areas had a 0.1 percent chance of occurring in any year, the equivalent of a “1,000-year rain”, according to the Lower Mississippi River Forecast Center, based at the Slidell office of the National Weather Service.

In the two-day period ending Saturday at 8 p.m., several areas also saw rainfall amounts equaling a 1 percent chance of occurring in any year, a so-called 100-year event.

The Red Cross called this “the worst natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy”.

Public schools
Youngsville is part of the Lafayette Parish School System. The public elementary schools in Youngsville are Green T. Lindon Elementary School (located in downtown Youngsville) and Ernest Gallet Elementary School (located on Highway 92 between Chemin Metairie Parkway and Bonin Road). The Youngsville Middle School hosts students in sixth through eighth grades and is located at the corner of School Street and Church Street in downtown Youngsville. All public school students from Youngsville attend Southside High in Youngsville or attend Ovey Comeaux High School in southern Lafayette.[2]

Private schools
Private schools in the city include Westminster Christian Academy, located on the outskirts of Youngsville, and Youngsville Christian School, offering Kindergarten thru 12th grade in downtown Youngsville. Ascension Episcopal School, a private high school, is located near the Youngsville Sports Complex on Chemin Metaire Parkway across from Sugar Mill Pond.

The sugarcane and soybean fields that once surrounded the town of Youngsville are becoming more difficult to find. Development began in the 1990s with the original Copperfield subdivision along Highway 89 near Fortune Road. The success of this subdivision led to continuous development throughout the following decades. The Copperfield subdivisions (Copperfield, Copperfield South, Copper Ridge, and Copper Meadows) have grown until the subdivisions abutted the original, old town of Youngsville along Iberia Street, also known as Highway 92.

Many other subdivisions were also built in the former farmlands of Youngsville, including Field Crest, Oakthorn, and Sugar Mill Pond.

The creators of the River Ranch development in Lafayette have started a new mixed use planned community in Youngsville. Called Sugar Mill Pond, it is home to over 2,000 housing units, a school, and town center with commercial establishments.

The city of Youngsville began construction of the Chemin Metairie Parkway Project in the spring of 2007 to improve the roads in and around Youngsville. The first segment, from the intersection of Highway 92 and Chemin Metairie, to central Youngsville, opened in early 2009. Originally called the Youngsville Parkway, the road was renamed to avoid confusion with the existing Youngsville Highway also known as Highway 89. Chemin Metairie Parkway joins Highway 90 near the Baker Hughes Complex in Broussard. A section of the parkway passes through the Sugar Mill Pond development and a new shopping complex anchored by Lafayette Parish’s first Rouse’s Grocery Store.[3]

In recent years, Youngsville has become known for its roundabouts. It was the first community within Lafayette Parish to embrace the usage of traffic circles to ease the congestion of the city’s rising population. Youngsville now boasts at least 10 roundabouts at the following intersections:

  1. Highway 92 and Verot School Road
  2. Highway 92 and Chemin Metairie Parkway
  3. Highway 92 and Bonin Road
  4. Highway 92 and Highway 89
  5. Highway 89 and Chemin Metairie Parkway
  6. Fortune Road and Bonin Road
  7. Copper Meadow Boulevard and Fountain View Drive
  8. Prescott Boulevard and Broyles Lane
  9. Desbrook Lane and Annaberg Drive
  10. Viaulet Road and Chemin Metairie Parkway

The citizens of Youngsville voted in favor of a multi million-dollar, 70-acre sports complex along Chemin Metairie Parkway near Savoy Road. Construction to this complex began in 2012 and now has over 500,000 players and visitors coming to this state of the art facility. www.YoungsvilleSportsComplex.com.

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