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There are over 100 public boards and commissions operating in the City of New Orleans. These boards and commissions address a wide-range of issues, including public safety, education, recreation, housing, economic development, historic preservation, planning, management of public assets, as well as other matters affecting the quality of life in our city.
Some boards were formed through state law or the Louisiana Constitution, while others were formed in the City’s Home Rule Charter, Ordinance, or Mayoral Executive Order. To learn more about a board or commission, click on the link below for informational purposes. The list includes the board function, composition and term length as well as the legal authority that created it.
For a comprehensive list of boards and commissions authorized by the State of Louisiana, please visit the Louisiana Legislature website and click on the “Boards and Commissions” link in the upper left hand corner of the site.
If any boards and commissions information needs to be updated, please contact Derrick Francis.
Please visit nola.gov/boards/ for the current list of public boards and commissions.
Serving on a City of New Orleans board or commission is a way to volunteer and get involved with city government. To indicate your interest in serving on a board or commission, please complete the online interest form and City Council Questionnaire, read the City of New Orleans Code of Ethics, and email Derrick Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: 11/14/2017 9:52:09 AM