CleanUpNOLA is a comprehensive, coordinated initiative combining the efforts of multiple City departments and the community to make New Orleans shine.
We encourage all residents, visitors, and businesses to join us in this effort. Our success depends on everyone working together, not just within City Hall, but throughout the community. Together we will CleanUpNOLA.
Join us at a local venue in your neighborhood to hear about City programs, initiatives, and operations directly from City officials and representatives.
Community Office Hours (COH) is intended to provide an opportunity to discuss issues within the community and give residents the opportunity for direct dialogue with City staff about interests and concerns. This program enables City Hall to be accessible and helpful to more residents within neighborhoods. This effort supports a two-way street of effective communication and information flow for addressing neighborhood-level issues.
Civic Leadership Academy (CLA) is an engaging 8-week program that provides residents with an in-depth look at City government. The program includes tours, hands-on demonstrations and presentations that give participants an insider view of how the City of New Orleans operates.
This initiative from Mayor LaToya Cantrell, this engaging 6-week program will provide youth with an in-depth look at City government. The program includes hands-on demonstrations and presentations that give participants an insider's view of how the City of New Orleans operates. With this knowledge, students will be better equipped to engage their communities and help improve residents’ quality of life.
Join the Mayor's Neighborhood Engagement Office, residents, churches, schools, and businesses as we host community events in an effort to rejuvenate our neighborhoods!
Attend one of our quarterly Roundtables where neighborhood leaders can talk with City leadership, network across neighborhoods, and learn, discuss, and explore solutions with government officials.
Join us for an annual one-day professional development conference that connects neighborhood leaders, provides opportunities to develop skills, increases access to information, and builds a more unified platform for partnership.
In an effort to reduce crime, each Police District has a Police Community Advisory Board (PCAB) through which residents can provide recommendations and feedback on safety and quality of life issues.
The Senior Citizen Engagement Initiative connects aging adults (62 or older) to resources, encourages community engagement, facilitates social participation and brings awareness to issues aging adults face daily.