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Shreve City, Shreveport, Louisiana

Shreve City
Neighborhood
Shreve City as seen from Shreveport Barksdale Highway facing east towards the Red River
Shreve City as seen from Shreveport Barksdale Highway facing east towards the Red River
Country  United States
States  Louisiana
Parish  Caddo Parish
City  Shreveport

Shreve City is the area of Shreveport located between the Shreveport-Barksdale bridge and East Kings highway. Shreve City currently houses the neighborhoods of Shreve Island, Broadmoor, and South Broadmoor; between these small neighborhoods is the newly remodeled Shreve City shopping city which includes a new Wal-Mart Super Center, Burlington Coat Factory and other small stores. The Shreve City area also contains a street named after Captain Shreve, after whom the city of Shreveport is also named. The Shreve City area is also a large gathering place for the Mardi Gras parades in Shreveport, running down the route of the Shreveport-Barksdale Highway.

Neighborhoods Near Shreve City

  • Anderson Island
  • Broadmoor
  • Shreve Island

Businesses in Shreve City



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