- Aubrey Estates
- Breaux Addition
- Cal Acres
- Fox Run
- Golden Meadow
- Ile Des Cannes
- Judice Oaks
- Nita Heights
- Oakridge Estates
- Pleasant Park
- Scottland Townhomes
- Sonnier Park
- Warren Trahan Estates
- Westgate Park
Scott City Hall is located at 125 Lions Club Road, Scott, LA 70583; phone: 337-233-1130.
The City of Scott has a unique heritage and rich cultural history that resound from its historic neighborhoods, buildings and residents. Visitors arriving from I-10 travel through a mixture of contemporary developments and mixed use neighborhoods toward a civic and historic center, through older neighborhoods with century-old buildings that have been restored into locally owned businesses along oak tree lined roads. This city which began as a railroad community in 1880 has built up steam in the last hundred years, becoming a Village in 1907, a Town in 1960, and a City in 1990.
- 1836 — First settler Aurelien Breaux arrived
- 1880 — Scott founded by railroad, named for J. B. Scott, Superintendent of
- 1880 — Mr. Martin Begnaud opened grocery and general merchandise store
- 1895 — First public school was built
- 1897 — First church was built
- 1902 — Bourque's Bar opened as "an exclusive, all-men's bar and a meeting
place for old folks"
- 1904 — Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church became independent parish 1904 Scott became incorporated
- 1907 — Village of Scott granted charter with Mayor and Board of Alderman 1911 Bank of Scott established
- 1960 — Scott became a Town
- 1990 — Scott became a City
- City of Scott, Louisiana, Comprehensive Plan, 2013, www.cityofscott.org, accessed August, 2015.