Louisiana Public Service Commission (LPSC)


Louisiana Public Service Commission
Galvez Building, 12th Floor 602 North Fifth Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70821-9154

(800) 256-2397


Date of Official Change:

October 5, 2015




The Louisiana Public Service Commission (LPSC) is an independent regulatory agency dedicated to serving the public interest by assuring safe, reliable and reasonably priced services for public utilities and other carriers. The Commission has jurisdiction over publicly-owned utilities providing electric, water, wastewater, natural gas, and telecommunication services, as well as all the electric cooperatives in Louisiana. The LPSC also regulates intrastate transportation services including passenger carrier services, waste haulers, household goods carriers, non-consensual towing, and intrastate pipelines. The companies under the Commission!€™s jurisdiction must obtain approval before instituting new rates, issuing stocks and bonds, transferring assets, and undertaking major construction projects such as additional power plants, transmission lines, etc. Municipally owned utilities are not under the jurisdiction of the Commission. LPSC implemented the "Do Not Call" Program throughout Louisiana.

The Commission is required by the Louisiana Constitution to maintain its chief office at the site of the State Capitol and is required by law to conduct monthly meetings. The Chief Executive Officer of the Commission, Eve Kahao Gonzalez, is the Executive Secretary. She is appointed by and responsible to the Commissioners for the Commission!€™s day-to-day operations. The Commission Staff consists of administrative law judges, attorneys, auditors, economists, engineers, professional and clerical support, and rate analysts. The Staff is organized into nine Divisions (see the organizational chart for more information). All Divisions have a Division Head who reports directly to the Executive Secretary.

Districct 4 Commissioner Clyde C. Holloway

District 4 covers:
Acadia, Allen, Avoyelles, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron, Catahoula*, Evangeline, Grant, Iberia*, Jefferson Davis, LaSalle, Rapides, Sabine*, St. Landry, Vermilion, Vernon


Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm

Intake Process:

To request records from the LPSC, complete an Public Records Request form. To file a complaint against a LPSC entity, complete a complaint form by mail, email or fax. Must provide name address, parish, phone number, email address, name of company complaining about and brief explanation of complaint.



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Date of Official Change:

October 5, 2015

Address Listings

Physical (Primary)

Louisiana Public Service Commission
Galvez Building, 12th Floor 602 North Fifth Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70821-9154


Louisiana Public Service Commission
P.O. Box 91154
Baton Rouge, LA 70821-9154


Office of the Commissioner District 4 - Forest Hill
11098 Hwy 165 South
Forest Hill, LA 71430


Office of the Commissioner District 4 - Lake Charles
1011 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 201
Lake Charles, LA 70601


Available Staff

Primary Contact

District 4 Lake Charles


(337) 491-2736


Available Staff

Dist 4 Forrest Hill


(800) 256-2490


Eve Kahao Gonzalez

Commissioners Executive Secretary in Baton Rouge


Phone Numbers

Toll Free LPSC Main Office

(800) 256-2397

Dist 4 Forest Hill

(800) 256-2490

Dist 4 Forrest Hill Fax

(318) 748-4400

Dist 4 Lake Charles

(337) 491-2736

Dist 4 Lake Charles - Fax

(337) 491-2738

LPSC Main Office

(225) 342-4404

LPSC Main Office Fax

(225) 342-2831

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