Executive Administrator:

Liz Kearney
9643 Brookline Avenue, Suite 108
Baton Rouge, LA 70809-1433
Phone: (225) 925-5800
Fax: (225) 925-5802

Welcome to LSPS

Sunday, December 4, 2016

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Click the map to find information about your district or to find a surveyor in your area.

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Upcoming Events
PLS State Specific Exam
October 14th

Click HERE for link of study guide.
For more information: www.lapels.com

  • Click on "Applications and Forms" > "Individual Applications and Forms"
  • Scroll down to LSI/PS Forms


We appreciate your continued support of LSPS


What: LSPS 56th Annual Convention

When: April 5-7, 2017

Where: Houma Civic Center
346 Civic Center Blvd.
Houma, LA 70360

Hotel: Courtyard by Marriott
142 Library Dr.
Houma, LA 70360
1-985- 223-8996
1-888- 236-2427

Over 15 hours of Continuing Education!

Click Below:

Book your group rate for LA Society of Professional Surveyors

(Deadline 3/15/2017)

Presentation Thursday by Jeff Lucas, PLS.
Standards of Practice & Ethics will be Friday.
The LSPS General Business Meeting will be Friday.
Golf, Clay Shoot and the
Exhibitor Reception on Wednesday.

Convention Chairman Gerard Legendre and District 2 members are currently setting the schedule, lining up speakers and planning the spouses’ events!

Check the LSPS website www.lsps.net for updates. Hope to see you there!

Looking for a Professional Land Surveyor?

The Louisiana Professional Engineering and Land Surveying Board (LAPELS) maintains an online list of Licensed Surveyors. Go to LAPELS.com, click on "Roster of Individuals & Firms". Fill out the form Class -"PLS", type in the city, state, and submit. From the list produced, click on the License Number of the individual. The phone company should be able to provide a number based on the surveyor's name and address.

Louisiana Society of Professional Surveyors
is organized for the following purposes of enhancing the status of the Land Surveying Profession by:

  1. Maintaining high technical and cultural standards for entrance to the Society.
  2. Cooperating with educational institutions in the maintenance of high standards of education in Land Surveying.
  3. Requiring a high standard of ethical practice by members of the Society.
  4. Aiding in the adoption of high standard of attainment for the granting of the legal right to practice Professional Land Surveying.
  5. Fostering among students of Land Surveying the study of philosophy and history, tradition and achievement, duties and social functions of the Land Surveying Profession.
  6. Encouraging the personal and professional development of young Land Surveyors.
  7. Supporting activities looking to the increased employment of Land Surveyors and seeking new opportunities for service in Land Surveying.