Risk Management, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Louisiana Municipal Association. The organization became fully operational on January 1, 1987 and functions as the service agent for the Louisiana Municipal Association inter-local risk pools. The primary purpose of Risk Management, Inc. is to effectively market and administer the self-funded indemnity programs, which have been developed to serve the municipalities of Louisiana, and to assist in the development of new programs to meet the needs of municipal government
Contact Patrick Cronin, RMI General Manager, for more information.
The Louisiana Municipal Advisory and Technical Services Bureau (LaMATS) mission is simple to bring economical and efficient services that assist the LMA membership with their day-to-day business a wholly owned subsidiary of the Louisiana Municipal Association. LaMATS offers two collection programs including the Insurance Premium Tax Collection Program and the Occupational License Tax Collection Program.
LaMATS will be offering a NEW service, the LaMATS Delinquent Property Tax Sale Program. This innovative program will take the worry, work, and liability off of the municipality by providing a comprehensive delinquent tax collection plan at no cost to the municipality. By participating in this program, you will reap the benefits of collecting your delinquent property taxes so you can finance your municipal operations. Sign up today!
Contact Cliff Palmer , Executive Director, for more information.
The Louisiana Municipal Gas Authority (LMGA) is a political subdivision created by the State Legislature in 1987. Funding for the LMGA’s activities is derived solely from fees paid by its members who control its activities. The LMGA was created for the purpose of developing, arranging, and promoting adequate, dependable, and economical supplies of natural gas for the public good.
The Louisiana Community Development Authority (LCDA) is a group of local governments, created for the purpose of assisting local governments with their financial needs, can be a much-needed “one-stop shop” for local governments to obtain financial information and services.
Contact Samantha Bell, LMGA Managing Director, for more information.
Contact Jennifer Brouhl, LCDA Office Manager, for more information.
Louisiana Municipal Association of Unemployment Compensation Program
The Louisiana Municipal Association of Unemployment Compensation Fund (LMA-UEC) program was inaugurated in 1979 for the sole purpose of saving municipalities money on payments of unemployment compensation claims and/or taxes..
Contact George Murphy, Chief Financial Officer, for more information.