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The Mayor's Office of Nighttime Economy (O.N.E) serves as the City of New Orleans liaison to the nightlife industry, community, and city agencies. As a city that is built to host, our office works to advocate for the Nighttime Cultural Economy and her culture bearers while serving as the primary resource for all New Orleanians to learn more about the city’s twenty four hour economy.
With nearly twenty million visitors annually, our status as a destination city generates over $350 million in revenue for the City of New Orleans. It is the duty of our staff to act as an advocate to the over 50,000 hospitality workers that live and work in the Crescent City.
By coordinating city services and programs that improve the quality of life for residents and visitors, our staff will provide relevant information for nightlife and hospitality business operators, workers, performers, and patrons. Continually working to solidify our status as the premier city for food, music, and community.
Musicians in New Orleans need safe and convenient ways to load their instruments and equipment into venues. The Mayors Office of Nighttime Economy has identified locations around the city that have designated loading zones near venue.
The Mayors Office of Nighttime Economy is working in partnership with the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority to conduct a post COVID transit survey aimed at providing better service to Central Business District and French Quarter hospitality workers.
In conjunction with City (insert City Health Dept. link) and State health officials the Office of Nighttime Economy has been working to train hospitality workers in the administration of Narcan. The goal is to have Narcan behind every bar. Interested in receiving a kit? Please contact email@example.com for more information.
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