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Hear from Dawn Hebert, president of the Lake Willow Neighborhood Association and member of the Eastern New Orleans Neighborhood Advisory Commission (ENONAC). Ms. Hebert shares with us how she has worked to improve quality of life and reduce blight in her community.
The Neighborhood Engagement Office's Civic Leadership Academy (CLA) is an engaging 8 week program that provides participants with an in-depth look at city government. Applications to participate in the fall CLA cohort will be accepted beginning Monday, August 1st.
It is with a heavy heart that we share with you that Mr. Victor A. Gordon Sr., longtime civic leader and president of the Pontilly Neighborhood Association, passed away last week.
From public safety announcements and engagement opportunities to road projects and City services, the City will use Nextdoor to keep residents informed.
Through the academy, participants will learn about community policing, patrol duties, new technologies, specialized division, crime lab, and more. The academy will meet Wednesday evenings from 6pm to 9pm starting June 22 and lasting through August 10.
The Neighborhood Engagement Office's Civic Leadership Academy graduated its third cohort of leaders in May 2016.
In this month's neighborhood spotlight, we hear from Mona Lisa Saloy, president of the 7th Ward Neighborhood Association, on the upcoming T7 Fest and on innovative ways to highlight the cultural traditions of communities across the city.
The Neighborhood Engagement Office recognizes the DeSaix Area Neighborhood Association as our monthly Neighborhood Spotlight! We asked the D.A.N.A President and Vice president a series of questions about their neighborhood.
The Neighborhood Engagement Office, with support from NeighborWorks America, Dillard University, Foundation for Louisiana, and the Lower 9th Ward Center for Sustainable Engagement and Development, hosted the 4th annual New Orleans Neighborhood Summit on Saturday Nov. 14th.
The City of New Orleans has launched an online application that displays current, completed, and future road construction projects. Check out roadwork.nola.gov today!
We know that it's hard for the average citizen to keep up on all the public meeting agendas for properties in their community, so the City has launched NoticeMe, a notification tool to help residents stay informed on proposed land-use changes in their neighborhoods.
The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office is the City’s permanent mechanism for public participation in government decision-making. We create opportunities for dialogue, information sharing, partnership, and action between City government and neighborhood residents and leaders.
View our roadmap to neighborhood participation
by Laura A. Mellem, Liaison
Third annual Caregivers Retreat will be held Monday, September 19 at the Audubon Zoo and Tea Garden. Caregivers are invited to come out for a day of relaxation and education.
If you were in charge of the New Orleans city budget, how would you spend the money? The Big Easy Budget Game, created by the Committee for a Better New Orleans, lets you decide how to spend the city's general fund the way you see fit.
by Laura A. Mellem, Liaison
Filed under: NORDC
The Rosenwald Pool and Pool House at 1120 South Broad Street in the B.W. Cooper neighborhood will open to the public on Monday, August 25, 2016 for the first time since Hurricane Katrina.
by Sherae M. Hunter, Liaison
Filed under: blight, neighborhood spotlight
In July's neighborhood spotlight, we hear from Dawn Hebert, vice president of the Lake Willow Neighborhood Association and member of the Eastern New Orleans Neighborhood Advisory Commission (ENONAC). Ms. Hebert shares with us how she has worked to improve quality of life and reduce blight in her community.
Last updated: 8/16/2016 12:06:25 PM