Destination Waveland Celebration
Saturday, July 1, Waveland invites everyone to the beachfront at Garfield Ladner Memorial Pier to celebrate Independence Day. The city of Waveland will be hosting the 3rd annual Destination Waveland with food, music and, of course, fireworks.
Destination Waveland will begin at 5:00 p.m. with the musical sounds of DJ Phatdogg, followed by one of the top bands in Louisiana, High Voltage. The evening will end with the biggest firework display on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Coleman Avenue will be lined with local food and craft vendors.
What's Up, Waveland
Sponsored by City of Waveland and numerous generous community sponsors.
Waveland has decided to seek bids for to paving Garden Lane, Gladstone Street (east of Henderson) and to mill a number of sections of Waveland Avenue. I expect these paving projects to be completed by Labor Day.
The new contractor just took over the beach maintenance in mid-May, but the quality of performance maintaining the beach and walking path is already far superior to years past.
During May, Hancock Count Board of Supervisors discussed during public meeting the plan to pave parking bays on the south side of Beach Blvd in selective location. This project has been mentioned in years past, but I suspect that this project will finally come to fruition in the next few months.
There is a high probability that the Board of Supervisors will have at least one of the proposed parking bays constructed on the south side of Beach Boulevard in Waveland by the spring of 2018.