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CITY PARTNERS WITH NEIGHBORHOOD AND COMMUNITY LEADERS TO CLEAN CATCH BASINS

September 26, 2017

CITY PARTNERS WITH NEIGHBORHOOD AND COMMUNITY LEADERS TO CLEAN CATCH BASINS

In an effort to raise awareness and educate residents on proper catch basin cleaning, the City is partnering with various neighborhood associations across New Orleans and volunteers to work together to clear vegetation and debris from around catch basins in their respective neighborhoods. 

Do you want to organize a catch basin cleanup?  Well here’s a simple how to…

July 27, 2017

Do you want to organize a catch basin cleanup? Well here’s a simple how to…

Step One: Enlist Volunteers:

  • Identify at least 8 – 10 people to make an impact on the neighborhood (20 people would be most effective)
SWBNO emergency crews quickly repair major leaks across the city

July 27, 2017

SWBNO emergency crews quickly repair major leaks across the city

Earlier this month, residents at West End Boulevard and Jewel Street were awakened in the middle of the night by the sound of water slamming into a house from a main break.  Luckily for the occupants, a huge tree protected their property from receiving anything more than superficial damage. 

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WISNER BRIDGE SCHEDULED TO REOPEN BY END OF MONTH

September 27, 2017

WISNER BRIDGE SCHEDULED TO REOPEN BY END OF MONTH

Construction of the new $19.5M Wisner Bridge is nearly complete and the bridge is scheduled to reopen by the end of the month. Streetlights are being energized and a pavement striping crew is schedueld to stripe the Wisner Bridge this week. The new striping will facilitate safe travel on the bridge by vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians.

MAGNOLIA BRIDGE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT BID UNDER REVIEW

September 26, 2017

MAGNOLIA BRIDGE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT BID UNDER REVIEW

The City and State are currently reviewing responses from prospective construction contractors to refurbish the Magnolia Bridge, which crosses Bayou St. John near Cabrini High School. The contract opened for public bid in early September.

HENRY CLAY DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT TO BE COMPLETED BY HALLOWEEN

September 26, 2017

HENRY CLAY DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT TO BE COMPLETED BY HALLOWEEN

The Department of Public Works is currently working with Barriere Construction Co., LLC to improve drainage on Henry Clay Ave. between St. Charles Ave. and Hurst St.

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SOUTH GALVEZ STREET RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT PROGRESSING ON SCHEDULE

September 26, 2017

SOUTH GALVEZ STREET RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT PROGRESSING ON SCHEDULE

Command Construction Industries, LLC crews are currently 30 percent complete with the $5.4M S. Galvez St. Reconstruction Project in Central City.

ST. CHARLES AVENUE REPAVING PROJECT REMAINS ON SCHEDULE DESPITE WEATHER-RELATED DELAYS

September 26, 2017

ST. CHARLES AVENUE REPAVING PROJECT REMAINS ON SCHEDULE DESPITE WEATHER-RELATED DELAYS

The $4.3M St. Charles Ave. Repaving Project, designed to remove and replace damaged portions of the asphalt roadway between Louisiana Ave. and Calliope St., is approximately 65 percent complete.

CITY PARTNERS WITH NEIGHBORHOOD AND COMMUNITY LEADERS TO CLEAN CATCH BASINS

September 26, 2017

CITY PARTNERS WITH NEIGHBORHOOD AND COMMUNITY LEADERS TO CLEAN CATCH BASINS

In an effort to raise awareness and educate residents on proper catch basin cleaning, the City is partnering with various neighborhood associations across New Orleans and volunteers to work together to clear vegetation and debris from around catch basins in their respective neighborhoods. 

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PHASE I OF FRENCH QUARTER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT NEARING COMPLETION

September 26, 2017

PHASE I OF FRENCH QUARTER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT NEARING COMPLETION

The City, its partners and construction contractors, have completed replacing the underground utilities and repaving the 100 block of Bourbon St. in concrete. The roadway reopened to traffic on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

CITY PARTNERS WITH NEIGHBORHOOD AND COMMUNITY LEADERS TO CLEAN CATCH BASINS

September 26, 2017

CITY PARTNERS WITH NEIGHBORHOOD AND COMMUNITY LEADERS TO CLEAN CATCH BASINS

In an effort to raise awareness and educate residents on proper catch basin cleaning, the City is partnering with various neighborhood associations across New Orleans and volunteers to work together to clear vegetation and debris from around catch basins in their respective neighborhoods. 

FRENCH QUARTER SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM CONTINUES ON DECATUR ST.

August 30, 2017

FRENCH QUARTER SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM CONTINUES ON DECATUR ST.

The City of New Orleans’ construction contractor, Hard Rock Construction, LLC continues installing sidewalks along the 800 - 1300 blocks of Decatur St. as part of the French Quarter Sidewalk Improvement Program, Phase 2. The overall project is approximately 70 percent complete and is anticipated to be wrapped up in September 2017, weather permitting.

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WISNER BRIDGE SCHEDULED TO REOPEN BY END OF MONTH

September 27, 2017

WISNER BRIDGE SCHEDULED TO REOPEN BY END OF MONTH

Construction of the new $19.5M Wisner Bridge is nearly complete and the bridge is scheduled to reopen by the end of the month. Streetlights are being energized and a pavement striping crew is schedueld to stripe the Wisner Bridge this week. The new striping will facilitate safe travel on the bridge by vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians.

YOUTH STUDY CENTER STREETS PROJECT SCHEDULED FOR COMPLETION THIS FALL

September 26, 2017

YOUTH STUDY CENTER STREETS PROJECT SCHEDULED FOR COMPLETION THIS FALL

Dieudonne Enterprises, LLC construction crews are currently 65 percent complete with the Youth Study Center Streets construction project in the Pilotland neighborhood.

MAGNOLIA BRIDGE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT BID UNDER REVIEW

September 26, 2017

MAGNOLIA BRIDGE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT BID UNDER REVIEW

The City and State are currently reviewing responses from prospective construction contractors to refurbish the Magnolia Bridge, which crosses Bayou St. John near Cabrini High School. The contract opened for public bid in early September.

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CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN IN READ BOULEVARD EAST AND WEST BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR

September 26, 2017

CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN IN READ BOULEVARD EAST AND WEST BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR

Two FEMA-funded construction projects that will improve infrastructure in New Orleans East are tentatively scheduled to start construction before the end of the year. The combined value of the Read Boulevard East Group A and Read Boulevard West Group A projects is $24M.

JOE W. BROWN PARK BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION OVER NORTH LAGOON NEARING COMPLETION

September 26, 2017

JOE W. BROWN PARK BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION OVER NORTH LAGOON NEARING COMPLETION

Boh Bros. Construction Co., LLC is preparing to place asphalt over the pre-fabricated concrete bridge now in place over the North Lagoon at Joe W. Brown Memorial Park. The project end date has been slightly delayed due to weather and tropical events. The bridge is now scheduled to be completed in October 2017.

MICHOUD BOULEVARD RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT 20 PERCENT COMPLETE

September 26, 2017

MICHOUD BOULEVARD RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT 20 PERCENT COMPLETE

The Michoud Blvd. Reconstruction Project is approximately 20 percent complete. Last month construction crews completed paving the portion of Michoud Blvd. between Chef Menteur Hwy., and the Michoud Bridge.


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