Bossier City LA

Bossier City LA is part of the greater Shreveport area and is located in the northwestern corner of the state. With a population of more than 65,000 people, Bossier City LA is growing and a great place for tourists or for those looking for house or apartment rentals to live in.

Why you should rent from Shreveport Bossier Corporate Housing
Our house and apartment rentals are perfect for families or individuals needing short term rentals. We offer one-, two- and three-bedroom rentals that come fully-furnished and ready to go. Some of the amenities we offer include kitchen supplies like towels, pots / pans, utensils, plates and more. But that’s not all! Many of our rentals are equipped with washer and dryer units and even a vacuum cleaner. We want you and your family to feel like you’re staying with a friend and not in a plain, bare bones hotel room.

In addition, you can rest assured knowing that you’ll be renting a clean place to stay in Bossier City LA. Debi cares about cleanliness and even inspects each property with a UV light when cleaning to make sure it’s in top-notch condition for the next guest.

We care about the Community
When you rent an apartment or other housing solution from Shreveport Bossier Corporate Housing, you're investing in our community. We care about making a difference in Bossier City LA and that's why we regularly donate to the Gingerbread House Bossier / Caddo Children’s Advocacy Center. The Gingerbread House helps children who have been abused or victims of child sex trafficking get the help they need so that further abuse will stop. In addition, the Gingerbread House offers counseling services to help children process the pain they've endured. You can learn more on our Philanthropy page.

Historical facts about Bossier City LA

Bossier City has a rich and fascinating history. The town originally was part of a plantation and is strategically located near the Red River. This prominent location greatly helped the city as it provided a means of transportation for goods and for people. During the 1800s, settlers passed through Bossier City in their wagons on the way out west. Later, in the early 1900s, Bossier City LA once again saw a boon of people as nearby oil fields fueled growth to the area.

In Louisiana, what is a "Parish"?
Fun fact...Louisiana is the only state in the United States to use the term "Parish" for its governmental subdivisions. In other states, the term "county" is used to determine governmental and geographical delineations. But why is Louisiana different? To understand this, you'll need to step back in time to learn more about the state's history.

Louisiana's colonial forefathers had ties to France and Spain, both predominately Roman Catholic countries. When Louisiana was divided up into regions, they used the church parishes as a rough guide for grouping populations of people. Although more parishes have been added and names have changed over the years, the term has stuck and is now part of what makes this state so unique and special!