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A Street Closure permit issued to an individual or organization is required to temporarily close a street for an event of noncommercial purposes. This is in accordance with the Department of Public Works Section 146-583 of the Code of the City of New Orleans. The Director of Public Works is authorized by this law to collect fees and impose conditions for issuance. Please allow at least two (2) weeks for processing.
Other departments and agencies involved in this process, which are to receive notification of all street closure requests include the following:
Approval from the NOPD Captain of the district in which the event is to take place. If the NOPD Captain will not approve the event, the City will not issue a permit.
Fees are based on type of activity, what is being sold and amount of gross sales. Click here for the City of New Orleans code, including more information about fees.
Depending on the details of your event/show, you may need to fill out and submit additional supplements or documents.
Please start by completing the Master Event Application and as indicated:
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