Capital Projects Administration - PDU
New Orleans is carrying out an unprecedented program of rebuilding public facilities to serve as community anchors, stimulate private investment, enhance economic development, and elevate quality of life and safety for residents. In 2015, the City completed 19 priority facilities with a total investment of over $89.3 million. Since May 2010, the Landrieu Administration has completed 161 capital improvement projects across New Orleans totaling over $312.6 million
Highlights include new fire and police stations, community centers, and parks and recreation facilities in underserved neighborhoods. New Orleans has invested over $450 million in HUD disaster recovery funds, leveraged with FEMA Public Assistance funds, to create much greater benefits.
The City’s extensive capital projects rebuilding campaign is being implemented collaboratively with a diverse set of stakeholders. Each project is shaped by engaging multiple stakeholders and community members through public hearings and feedback sessions throughout the design process. Project managers and planners incorporate stakeholder and community feedback into the project design, making every effort to balance the needs of each user group and deliver the best quality project. Residents can be kept up to date on project status by returning to this website for periodic updates.