Premier Clearance Center of St. Bernard Serving Jefferson Parish
When you are looking for a vehicle in Jefferson Parish, you’ll find great deals at Premier Clearance Center of St. Bernard. Jefferson Parish is part of the New Orleans-Metairie metro area and has a population of just over 432,000. Named for Thomas Jefferson, the parish was established in 1825. It has shrunk in size as New Orleans has grown and incorporated other cities and areas to become Orleans Parish. Jefferson Parish has continued to develop as more than just a bedroom community with industries making this area their home and the parish becoming a retail hub for the metro area.
Harvey is considered a census-designated place (CDP) rather than a city in Jefferson Parish and is located on the south side of the Mississippi River. The owner of the property that would become Harvey was the royal treasurer for the French Louisiana colony. His slaves would dig the Harvey Canal, later widened by German immigrants. The most notable person to come from this community is rock and roll performer Fats Domino. Harvey residents can find their next set of wheels at Premier Clearance Center of St. Bernard, proudly serving this community.
Metairie is another CDP, part of the New Orleans metro area, and the largest community in Jefferson Parish. The name comes from the French word for small tenant farm. Many of the original farmers in this area were French tenants. The community also boasts the oldest road in New Orleans the Metairie Road, which was used by the Native Americans who called the region home in the 1700s. The CDP has also been the site of much destruction from hurricanes over the past 100 years. Another claim to fame for Metairie is that Ellen DeGeneres was born here. Residents and visitors alike enjoy a family-friendly Mardi Gras in the community each year. You’ll find great deals on quality used cars at Premier Clearance Center of St. Bernard for residents who make Metairie their home.
The largest city in Jefferson Parish, Kenner proudly claims a population of almost 67,000 as of the 2010 census. The city was founded in 1855 with three plantation homes, which were all owned by the Kenner family. Everything north of the community was swampland at that time. A streetcar line ran between Kenner and New Orleans during the early 1900s, providing easy access for those who traveled between the two cities on a regular basis. The swampland began to be drained and developed in the 1950s, which led to significant growth with more land to distribute. With a significant Latino and Hispanic population, a part of north Kenner is known as Little Honduras. Major highways run through the city and an airport serves the city. Residents will find a wide selection of vehicles at Premier Clearance Center of St. Bernard.