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Government Information/Links

City of New Orleans

Mitchell J. Landrieu: 658-4900
Web Page: Mayors Office

City Council
    At-Large – Stacey Head: 658-1060,
    District B – LaToya Cantrell: 658-1020,

City Planning Commission: 658-7000,

Web Page: City Planning
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance:

Historic District Landmarks Commission: 658-7040
Web page: HDLC
Parks and Parkways Department: 658-3201, email
Parkway Partners Program: 620-2224,
Debris or Tree removal: 658-2299 (or 311)
Public Works: 658-8100
Public Works Hotline: 311
Safety and Permits: 658-7130
Sanitation: 658-3800
Health Department: 658-2500
Sewerage & Water Board: 529-2837 (52WATER),

Orleans Parish
Tax Assessor: Erroll Williams – 658-1300,


State House of Representatives:
    District 93 – Helena Moreno: (504) 568-2740, email
District 91 – Walt Leger III: (504) 556-9970, email
State Senate:
    District 5 – Karen Carter Peterson: 568-2098, email


Senate – Mary Landrieu: 589-2427,
Senate – David Vitter: 589-2753,
House District 2 – Cedric Richmond: 589-2274,

www.velocityhall.comnational searchable database for building permits, demolition permits

Public Safety

NOPD: (select New Orleans Police Department on the Department list)
6th District: 658-6060
Commander – Major Bob Bardy:
     Quality of Life Officer-Joseph Joia: 658-6126
Quality of Life Officer-John Favaloro: 658-6127
Non-Emergency: 821-2222
Crimestoppers: 822-1111
Narcotics: 658-6211
Neighborhood Watch: 658-5590
Stop Violent Crime Hotline (NOPD&FBI): 816-3000
Homeless Assistance Unit: email
    Officer B.B. St. Roman: 259-9336
Officer Sam Scaffidi: 228-1228
Mentally Ill Assistance Unit: 821-2221

Instructions – to sign up for 6th District Email Blasts
6th District Hot Sheet (PDF or Word)- to report a problem in the neighborhood

Preservation & Recycling

Preservation Resource Center: 581-7032,, email
National Trust for Historic Preservation:
Preservation Online magazine:
National Register of Historic Places:
The Green Project:
Phoenix Recycling:


Magazine Street Merchants Association: