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Growing library of dashboards tracking City dat and initiatives.
View spatial City data including the popular Property Viewer and Streetwise.
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Showing 311 requests filterable by status, date, reason and responsible agency.
This dashboard was created by the New Orleans Department of Public Works to show pedestrian accessibility infrastructure throughout the city. Curb ramps' importance for targeted upgrades, as well as ramps' most recently visually self-evaluated compliance with the American Disabilities Act (ADA), are the primary features shown on this map.
A visualization of OCD-funded affordable housing developments organized by affordability terms, address and unit count.
Illustrates how arrests made by police are processed by the District Attorney and the Criminal District Court. The case level charts show the number and percentages of any charges from an individual’s case that was accepted or refused by the prosecution dependent on the case.
Illustrates how arrests made by police are processed by the District Attorney and the Criminal District Court. The charge level visualizations show the data for the total accepted and refused charges for each type of charge filed in Orleans Parish Criminal District Court.
Illustrates how domestic violence arrests made by police are processed by the District Attorney and the Criminal District Court. The visualization allows members of the public to see the percentage and number of the chosen set are accepted or refused by prosecutors.
After an incident is reported and an arrest is made, a New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) officer can bring the arrested individual to the Orleans Justice Center. Booking is the process of a person being admitted to the jail.
Display 311 calls for service for DPW as well as counts for parking tickets, tows and boots.
The data is presented in both the number of incidents officers classified with a community policing signal and the time officers spent handling those incidents.
This visualization shows the sex, race, age, and years of service in counts and percentages for all of NOPD. It can be filtered to show or hide data for civilian, commissioned, and reserve personnel with the Rank dropdown. The data can also be filtered with the Bureau and Command dropdowns.
This graph includes all misconduct allegations documented in IAPro in the last 90 days. IAPro is the database used by NOPD's Public Integrity Bureau.
Historical data from 1992 through 2019 via FBI Supplementary Homicide Reports (SHR). NOPD submissions to SHR prior to 1992 are less reliable. Data on murders from 2021 to present via NOPD. Current year data updated monthly.
Represents use of force data from IAPro.
Reflects dispatcher data with Type "1028P" (Vehicle Pursuit).
A compilation of fatal, severe, and moderate injury crashes that have occurred within the geographic boundary of New Orleans between 2017 -2021.
The purpose of the dashboard is to convey to the public the condition of properties owned and managed by the Department of Property Management.
Monitor the status of catch basin inspection and cleaning.
LexisNexis Community Crime Map empowers the public to make better decisions about crime by putting the same technology used by law enforcement to analyze and interpret crime activity into the hands of the public, connecting law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety.
Search and explore open and closed 311 tickets, crime data, permits, and businesses
Get ownership and zoning information for a property
Learn about past, current, and future road work projects that affect your daily life
Parade tracker! Routewise is a list of upcoming events (parades, marathons, etc.) that you may want to know about.
Shows only Active STR licenses
Shows all applications, and licenses including active and expired.
Find a map of auto accidents and flooded street reports
The Vieux Carré Virtual Library is a map-based electronic archive of countless Vieux Carré Commission images, documents, and records.
Weatherwise is an overview of all City weather stations in Orleans Parish, providing real-time localized weather reporting.
Help your neighborhood streets by adopting a catch basin and let us know when it doesn’t work
Browse NORA-owned property, check the status, and submit expressions of interest
Receive email updates about land-use changes in your area
The public portal for researching and submitting city permits and licenses.
Pay your property or real estate taxes, and sales, use, or parking taxes
Search an index of as-printed tax bills from 2008-present, and view the PDF version of the bills.
Lookup service, zoning, and neighborhood information for a specific address
The Official website of the New Orleans City Council
Clean Up NOLA is a comprehensive, coordinated initiative combining the efforts of multiple City departments and the community to make New Orleans shine.
A Codification of the Zoning Ordinances of New Orleans, Louisiana
Ethical Policing Is Courageous (EPIC) is a peer intervention program developed by the NOPD, in collaboration with community partners, to promote a culture of high-quality and ethical policing.
Film New Orleans leads the city’s efforts to attract and enhance the production of feature films, television series, documentaries and commercial filming.
Gallier Hall is a living, breathing part of New Orleans culture that is still called upon to host current events such as Mardi Gras, weddings, funerals, conferences and much more.
Hire NOPD officers as security detail for retail & restaurant security, property protection (neighborhood patrol, worksite protection), permitted Special Event, etc.
Explore the opportunities of New Orleans EMS, whether you're a seasoned paramedic with years of experience or a skilled EMT looking to grow in your career.
Join the New Orleans Police Department today and become an integral part of one of the most exciting cities in the world.
This comprehensive, citywide plan will guide the city’s growth for the next 20 years.
Stay connected, make a plan, gather supplies. NOLA Ready is your partner in emergency preparedness.
News & information from the New Orleans Police Department.
Addiction affects people and their lives in different ways. So, there has to be more than one approach to helping them through it.
The Official website of the New Orleans Recreation Department.
The City of New Orleans Department of Public Works (DPW) and Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans (SWBNO) are working together to implement an unprecedented program to restore our damaged infrastructure. Using local and federal funds, the $2.3B program is the most comprehensive that our region has seen in a generation.
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