Brusly, Louisiana is the oldest settlement in West Baton Rouge Parish. Originally settled by exiles of the Nova Scotia Acadians, Brusly sits on the mighty Mississippi River and is deep in history and local culture. Officially established in 1901, it is the small town with live oak tree lined streets that over 2,500 people call home. In Brusly, you get the true sense of a community while still a short distance to Port Allen and Baton Rouge. The community spirit continues at the recognized U.S. School of Excellence, Brusly High School as well as the middle and two elementary schools. Locally owned boutiques, pharmacies, markets and shops are dotted throughout the community. Brusly also provides a diverse choice of restaurants including cajun, mexican, greek and quick choice eateries. The historic churches and community groups host multiple festivals and events throughout the year making Brusly, Louisiana a great small town to call home.