Mayor Mitch Landrieu and District E Councilmember James Gray joined CVS/pharmacy to break ground on a new store in the Lower Ninth Ward. This is a major milestone for this area, marking the first major retailer to commit to a project in the neighborhood since Hurricane Katrina.
Over 10,000 volunteers took part in New Orleans’ Citywide Day of Service event on Aug. 29 to cap off a week of service and commemorative events to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu signed into law an ordinance requiring City contractors and recipients of grants be paid a “living wage” of $10.55 per hour and provide a minimum of seven paid sick days.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu, City officials and FEMA opened the new, $6.2 million Stallings St. Claude Recreation Center and Pool at 4300 St. Claude Avenue in the Bywater neighborhood.
NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison, Mayor Mitch Landrieu, the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation (NOPJF) and the University of New Orleans (UNO) announced the start of the newest police recruit class.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu, City and State officials, and FEMA celebrated the opening of the new $20.5 million Andrew P. Sanchez & Copelin-Byrd Multi-Service Center in the historic Lower Ninth Ward.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu signed an executive order aimed at clarifying to the nation that New Orleans is a welcoming city where discrimination in any form is not tolerated.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced he will propose two pay raises for New Orleans Police Department officers of all rank, beginning with a five percent pay raise on July 1, 2015, and another five percent pay raise for officers on January 1, 2016.
Upon the City Council adopting the ordinances and lease related to the redevelopment of 2 Canal Street with Carpenter/Woodward (Four Seasons), Mayor Mitch Landrieu affixed his signature to the ordinances and the lease for the project at a signing ceremony.
First Lady Michelle Obama joined Mayor Mitch Landrieu and about 200 leaders from across government, industry and the non-profit sector to recognize New Orleans for becoming the first major city in America to end Veteran homelessness.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu and City officials unveiled a robust package of recreation and job opportunities that are available to New Orleans youth this summer.
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Release date: 12/26/2013
NEW ORLEANS, LA – Today, the City announced that 2014 property tax bill images are available on the City’s website and paper bills are being mailed to all Orleans Parish property owners beginning today, December 26, 2013. Property tax payments are due on Friday, January 31, 2014.
Property owners may view and pay their property tax bills in full online at www.nola.gov/pay-taxes. To view the tax bill online, you must provide the tax bill number located on the current or a prior tax bill for that property. New property owners can use the assessor’s website, at www.orleansassessor.com, to determine their tax bill number by property address. There is no convenience fee to pay using your bank checking account. Credit or debit card payments are accepted, but a 2.49% processing fee is added.
Alternately, property owners may mail their payments to P.O. Box 60047, New Orleans, LA, 70160-0047. Using the payment stub provided on the bill will ensure prompt and accurate posting. Mailed payments must be postmarked by January 31, 2014 to receive timely credit.
The City reminds property owners who intend to pay in person at the Bureau of the Treasure in City Hall, Room 1W40, that coming in early or mid-January avoids the long lines that occur by the end of January. Paying by mail is easy, efficient and accurate, and avoids payment lines completely. Paying on-line is very convenient, has no handling fee when bank checking accounts are used and enables payments to post quickly (overnight as authorized).
For questions about property tax payments, please call the Bureau of the Treasury at (888) 387-8027.