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NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

October 31, 2017

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office invites all New Orleans neighborhood leaders and residents to register to attend the 2017 New Orleans Neighborhood Summit, a free, one-day conference featuring skill-building workshops, City information sessions and opportunities for residents to connect with others working to build stronger and more resilient communities.  The Summit will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the University Medical Center – Conference Center from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 

 

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)

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NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

October 31, 2017

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office invites all New Orleans neighborhood leaders and residents to register to attend the 2017 New Orleans Neighborhood Summit, a free, one-day conference featuring skill-building workshops, City information sessions and opportunities for residents to connect with others working to build stronger and more resilient communities.  The Summit will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the University Medical Center – Conference Center from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 

 

WISNER BRIDGE OPEN TO VEHILCULAR TRAFFIC, CONSTRUCTION OF ADJOINING BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN APPROACHES TO BEGIN IN NOVEMBER

October 27, 2017

WISNER BRIDGE OPEN TO VEHILCULAR TRAFFIC, CONSTRUCTION OF ADJOINING BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN APPROACHES TO BEGIN IN NOVEMBER

City and State officials celebrated re-opening of the new $19.5M Wisner Bridge in October. The bridge re-opened to vehicular traffic while a second phase of the project will connect the Wisner Bicycle and Pedestrian Path from Esplanade Avenue to the existing Wisner Path on the northern side of Interstate-610.

MAGNOLIA BRIDGE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT BID UNDER REVIEW

October 27, 2017

MAGNOLIA BRIDGE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT BID UNDER REVIEW

 The City and State are currently processing contracts to refurbish the Magnolia Bridge, which crosses Bayou St. John near Cabrini High School. Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in early 2018.

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NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

October 31, 2017

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office invites all New Orleans neighborhood leaders and residents to register to attend the 2017 New Orleans Neighborhood Summit, a free, one-day conference featuring skill-building workshops, City information sessions and opportunities for residents to connect with others working to build stronger and more resilient communities.  The Summit will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the University Medical Center – Conference Center from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 

 

ST. CHARLES AVE. REPAVING PROJECT MOVES INTO ITS FINAL PHASE OF CONSTRUCTION

October 30, 2017

ST. CHARLES AVE. REPAVING PROJECT MOVES INTO ITS FINAL PHASE OF CONSTRUCTION

The St. Charles Ave. Repaving Project, designed to remove and replace damaged portions of the asphalt roadway between Louisiana Ave. and Calliope St. recently moved into the third and final phase of construction.

S. GALVEZ ST. RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT PROGRESSING ON SCHEDULE

October 27, 2017

S. GALVEZ ST. RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT PROGRESSING ON SCHEDULE

Command Construction Industries, LLC crews are currently 35 percent complete with the $5.4M S. Galvez St. Reconstruction Project in Central City.

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PHASE I OF FRENCH QUARTER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SCHEDULED TO BE COMPLETE IN DECEMBER

October 27, 2017

PHASE I OF FRENCH QUARTER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SCHEDULED TO BE COMPLETE IN DECEMBER

The City, its partners and construction contractors, completed construction of the 100 block of Bourbon St. in September 2017. Bollards are scheduled to be installed in November. 

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. 

District D read more »

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

October 31, 2017

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office invites all New Orleans neighborhood leaders and residents to register to attend the 2017 New Orleans Neighborhood Summit, a free, one-day conference featuring skill-building workshops, City information sessions and opportunities for residents to connect with others working to build stronger and more resilient communities.  The Summit will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the University Medical Center – Conference Center from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 

 

WISNER BRIDGE OPEN TO VEHILCULAR TRAFFIC, CONSTRUCTION OF ADJOINING BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN APPROACHES TO BEGIN IN NOVEMBER

October 27, 2017

WISNER BRIDGE OPEN TO VEHILCULAR TRAFFIC, CONSTRUCTION OF ADJOINING BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN APPROACHES TO BEGIN IN NOVEMBER

City and State officials celebrated re-opening of the new $19.5M Wisner Bridge in October. The bridge re-opened to vehicular traffic while a second phase of the project will connect the Wisner Bicycle and Pedestrian Path from Esplanade Avenue to the existing Wisner Path on the northern side of Interstate-610.

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.

District E read more »

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

October 31, 2017

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office invites all New Orleans neighborhood leaders and residents to register to attend the 2017 New Orleans Neighborhood Summit, a free, one-day conference featuring skill-building workshops, City information sessions and opportunities for residents to connect with others working to build stronger and more resilient communities.  The Summit will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the University Medical Center – Conference Center from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 

 

TWO LOWER NINTH WARD PROJECTS SCHEDULED TO BREAK GROUND BY JANUARY 2018

October 30, 2017

TWO LOWER NINTH WARD PROJECTS SCHEDULED TO BREAK GROUND BY JANUARY 2018

Two FEMA-funded construction projects that will improve infrastructure in the Lower Ninth Ward are tentatively scheduled to start construction later this year.

CONSTRUCTION CREWS TO BEGIN WORK IN READ BLVD. WEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN JANUARY

October 30, 2017

CONSTRUCTION CREWS TO BEGIN WORK IN READ BLVD. WEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN JANUARY

Construction crews are scheduled to begin working on the first of two construction projects planned for the Read Blvd. West neighborhood in January 2018. Bounded by Dwyer Rd., Read Blvd., Flake Ave. and Chef Menteur Highway, this first construction project includes the following types of work:


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