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- Public SchoolsB
- Crime & SafetyNG
- Good for FamiliesC+
- Cost of LivingA
- Health & FitnessC-
- Outdoor ActivitiesC
Napoleonville is a town in Louisiana with a population of 662. Napoleonville is in Assumption Parish. Living in Napoleonville offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Residents of Napoleonville tend to be liberal. The public schools in Napoleonville are above average.
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Napoleonville is a small town in Louisiana that is near by the city of Donaldsonville. Napoleonville is a very friendly community. Everybody knows everybody around the town. In Napoleonville, I wish there were more job opportunities because we only have two convient stores, one dollar store, and two restaurants. This makes it hard to get hired for a job, and start working. I lived in Napoleonville since I was born in 2001, and I can say we do have a excellent and wonderful mayor who looks out for the community and help keep the community clean and safe. Even though I don’t like living in a small town, I can say this town is friendly and loving.
Really isn’t a bad town to live in. The town being situated between major places is a bonus being in the middle of Baton Rouge, Houma, and New Orleans etc. The school system isn’t the greatest but it’s not bad.
I've lived in Napoleonville all my life and it's really a good place to live if you're a towns person. There are few restaurants/diners to choose from; therefore, if you'd like a bigger variety of places to eat from, you'd have to go out of town. Everyone pretty much knows everyone. The people are nice to chat and hangout with. We're part of southern Louisiana, so there are numerous crawfish boils and family time. Nothing ever really changes in this town and I hope nothing ever does. My town is perfect the way it is.