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The Plan for the 21st Century, commonly referred to as the Master Plan, is a City Charter-mandated planning framework for the core systems that shape New Orleans’ physical, social, environmental, and economic future. The Plan for the 21st Century reflects the values and priorities that emerged through a community participation process and is grounded in information assembled for the first time in one place. In 2010, the Plan was unanimously adopted by both the City Planning Commission and the City Council and was signed by Mayor Mitchell Landrieu.
Here are links to the Master Plan
The City Charter allows Master Plan amendment applications once per year and requires a Master Plan amendment application process at least once every five years. In 2012, the City Planning Commission and the City Council took action on the first set of Master Plan amendments.
These are the future use maps. Download shape files of the future land use maps at data.nola.gov.
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