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Low Water Pressure, Boil Water Advisory

Impacts from winter weather are causing low water pressure. Boil water advisory lifted for East Bank, Lower 9. Boil water advisory remains in effect for New Orleans East.

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The City of New Orleans

Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu

Parks and Squares

Thousands of visitors and hundreds of thousands of residents know and enjoy New Orleans' distinctive green spaces, which include Jackson Square, Washington Square, Mississippi River Heritage Park, Brechtel Park, and Armstrong Park, and trees including the famous oaks lining major boulevards like Saint Charles Avenue.

Explore individual parks maintained by Parks and Parkways by following link on the left, or read below for frequently asked questions about New Orleans' parks and other green spaces.


What parks and squares does Parks & Parkways oversee?
What parks and squares do other agencies oversee?
Where park is closest to me?
How long are the parks open?
What kinds of events are held in Parks and Parkways parks and squares?
Can I book a park or square for an event?
Can I do a formal photography session in a park or square?
How do I rent Jackson Square for a wedding or event?
Which parks have playgrounds?
How do I report an issue with a park?
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Last updated: 1/5/2017 11:46:05 AM

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