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One Call Now - Deliver church announcements with our voice broadcasting service
Communications is a vital part of GPOA's mission. As part of the process to keep things simple, we use the OneCallNow system that automates calls, emails and emergency text messages. If you are a member of the association, you can update your contact information by using the link and your current email address as a login to the system. Thanks for your help in this matter.
A Tradition Worth Preserving
Goodwood Property Owner's Association

The neighborhood referred to as Old Goodwood or Goodwood Place was developed beginning in 1932 on parts of the 2,000 acres that comprised Goodwood Plantation. The Goodwood Plantation home is located on Goodwood Ave., slightly west of Lobdell Ave. Built around 1852, the plantation home was said to be the first house in Baton Rouge to have running water, bathrooms, bathtub, shower and built-in washstands.

Goodwood is a diverse but tightly knit neighborhood that includes homes ranging from modest bungalows to $1 million-plus mansions. While many Goodwood residents have lived in their homes for decades, younger families with school-age children are among new homeowners flocking to the neighborhood.

Despite a great deal of commercialization around the edges, Goodwood has maintained its neighborhood qualities — thanks largely to a vigilant and active Goodwood Property Owners Association (GPOA).

The association is 100 percent volunteer driven, managed on a day-to-basis by its Board of Directors. Since GPOA is involved in such a wide range of projects, volunteers are needed and welcomed to keep the organization functioning for the good of all residents.
To all PPP Vacation requestors, 
The Vacation Watch Request form creates an automated database report to our PPP coordinator that is shared with our PPP Officers. All fields on the request form must be filled out and due to high volumes of requests, ONLY requests submitted via the form will be submitted to PPP. We request 48 hours lead time, but know that is not always possible. We do include late requests in the database when possible.
Councilman Ryan Heck and the PPP Coordinator have shared some good information related to issues reported in the area. Please check out the information on the PPP Update page.

Please add and to your approved message sources. We are working to simplify communications by using the accounts in an effort to standardize the process for the board and residents. If you don't get a response within 48 hours of submitting a request, feel free to contact That account is monitored by iPhone more than we would like to admit.
Based on conversations recently on Facebook, we need to be vigilant and do not hesitate to call 389-2000 (BRPD) if you see something out of place or suspicious. If a report is filed, please share the file number with the so that officers can monitor the status of any report and do follow-up as needed. If you feel threatened, use 911

NOTE FROM Safety Committee: 
Parking & Soliciatation Ordinances are being addressed throughout the neighborhood. Please be aware of EBR City Ordanances.

NOTE FROM Traffic Committee:
Traffic Committee Presentation is available for preview - REVISED

ATTENTION: Our recent emailiing to current members in our database resulted in about 40 items returned because of addresses that are invalid. If you did not get the email addressing zoning and crime issues September, please contact to update your information.
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