In order to better serve our customers, Gas Utility District #1 of East Baton Rouge Parish has upgraded our site to include a mobile version to better suit your phones and other mobile devices. Please enjoy the new site and let us know if you have any issues by emailing
About ebrgud1This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far ebrgud1 has created 4 blog entries.
We at Gas Utility District 1 of East Baton Rouge Parish realize COVID19 has affected our customers in many different ways and would like to work with you. We, as a courtesy, have not applied late fees or sent out disconnect notices since mid-March 2020. As we move closer to phase III, we are asking anyone with a delinquent account to call our office and speak to a customer service representative on making a payment arrangement/extension to clear up your account. We are getting closer to the winter months when gas bills go up and can be high. We want to [...]
Natural gas leaks may be detected by one of the following indications: A gaseous or hydrocarbon odor A blowing or hissing sound Dust blowing from a hole in the ground Continuous bubbling in one spot in wet or flooded areas Dead vegetation (grass or trees) Abnormally dry or hardened soil Fire apparently coming from the ground or burning above the ground If you suspect a natural gas leak or in case of an emergency concerning a Gas Utility District #1 main or service line, immediately call the appropriate number below. Monday-Thursday Between 6:30AM-5:00PM (225) 654-4020 After Hours & Holidays (225) 654-5205
Effective April 14, 2017 The Department of Transportation is enforcing a new safety regulation regarding Excess Flow Valves. Click here for details.