2017 Neighborhood Leaders Roundtables


Sustainable Water Management: Moving Forward with Resilience

Saturday, September 23 2017, 9am-11am

The Neighborhood Engagement Office hosted their quarterly Neighborhood Leaders Roundtable on Saturday, September 23rd in Ochsner Baptist’s Café De Lis. This year’s theme was Sustainable Water Management: Moving Forward with Resilience. 118 leaders from across the city observed presentations by Mayor Mitch Landrieu, CAO and Chief Resilience Officer Jeffrey Hebert, and the Office of Resilience and Sustainability.

Following these presentations, leaders had the opportunity to ask some very pertinent and well thought out questions on behalf of their communities.

Event Recap

Office of Resilience and Sustainability Presentation


Blight Remediation and Emergency Preparedness

Saturday, June 24, 2017

On Saturday, June 24, the Mayor's Neighborhood Engagement Office held its quarterly Neighborhood Leaders Roundtable to discuss blight remediation and hurricane preparation. The group of over 80 neighborhood leaders received presentations and information from the Sanitation Department, NOLA Ready, the Health Department, Code Enforcement, the Resilience Office, and NOPD.

Event Recap

Department of Sanitation Presentation


Public Safety, Short Term Rentals & More

Saturday, March 25, 2017, 9am-11am

Café Reconcile's Emeril Lagasse Foundation Hospitality Center, 1631 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard

At this quarter's Neighborhood Leaders Roundtable, the Mayor's Neighborhood Engagement Office invites you to network with community leaders over breakfast. Plus, hear special presentations by Police Superintendent Harrison on new public safety investments and by the Department of Safety & Permits on short term rentals.

Event Recap

Short-Term Rental Licensing Presentation

Questions and Answers

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