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New Orleans Assessor Contact Informationimage

To appeal your assessment you should contact your assessor in person or by phone – all assessors are located in City Hall, 1300 Perdido Street, Room 4E01. moreAlgiers residents must go to the Algiers Courthouse annex where the 5th District Assessor is located.For online appeals, please use the Online Appeal of Taxable Valuation (this link will only be active from July 25, 2016 to 4 p.m.on August 18, 2016) less

GNO Urban Water Management Projectsimage

In 2010, the State of Louisiana’s Office of Community Development – Disaster Recovery Unit funded Greater New Orleans, Inc. more(GNO, Inc.) to develop the Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan for the east banks of Orleans and Jefferson Parishes and St.Bernard Parish using federal Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.New Orleans firm Waggonner and Ball led a team of local and international water management experts in developing the Urban Water Plan, downloadable from this site . less

LSU AgCenter “LA House” Resource Guideimage

The LSU Ag Center has put together a resource guide of checklists and information to help homeowners. moreInformation covers energy efficiency, healthy home-building, hazard-resistant materials, and more. less

Evacuteer.org – Volunteer to Assist in the Event of an Evacuationimage

Evacuteer&#46org is an organization that aims to mobilize residents to volunteer for the City Assisted Evacuation Plan in the event of a mandatory evacuation. moreVolunteer – or “evacuteer” -your time and skills to ensure the well-being and safety of your neighbors and community.Volunteers must attend 1 training session and volunteer for at least a 7-hour shift.Find more information on the website. less

City of New Orleans Property Viewerimage

Created and maintained by the City of New Orleans, the Property Viewer allows the user to see the status of individual properties and areas from a zoning, historic district and other perspectives as well as boundaries of those same demographics.

Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra (GNOYO)image

GNOYO offers orchestral music opportunities through weekly rehearsals, one-on-one instruction with professional musicians and regularly scheduled concerts throughout the community. moreGNOYO accepts all eligible students, regardless of financial means by providing scholarships to those in need of assistance.All musicians with at least 1 year of experience are invited to audition for one of the orchestra’s five ensembles, which accommodate various levels of playing ability.Visit the website or contact GNOYO at 504.528.7720 or gnoyo@gnoyo.org for more information. less

Magnolia Community Servicesimage

Founded in 1935, Magnolia Community Services provides support to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. moreThey offer support and services in twenty group homes throughout Louisiana, supported community living, vocational/day habilitation and wellness programs, and supported employment. less

Family Service of Greater New Orleansimage

Begun in 1896 as the Charity Organization Society, Family Service of Greater New Orleans offers a vast array of innovative programs to more than 17,000 families and children. more Schooling to help troubled children; Providing counseling for young mothers, those caught in a web of substance abuse, worried job seekers, former prisoners, single parents and troubled veterans; and by assisting employers in offering counseling services to their work force.Family Service of Greater New Orleans provides caring, confidential counseling for addictions, critical incident stress, child abuse, sexual abuse and anger management. less

Louisiana Appleseed’s Pro Bono Legal and Title Searchimage

Louisiana Appleseed is a nonprofit dedicated to solving our state’s toughest problems at the root cause through policy-oriented research and advocacy. moreOne of LA Appleseed’s programs emphasizes that title to inherited property does not automatically pass to a family member (“heir”).Without clear title to the property, the heir will be unable to sell the property, get federal or state recovery funds after a disaster, or borrow money against the property.But getting clear title may be as easy as filing an Heirship Affidavit.Also see: https://www.appleseednetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Protect-Your-Property_Heir-Property-in-Louisiana-Revised-2013.pdf  less

Stay Local!image

Greater New Orleans’ Independent Business Alliance. more They connect local businesses to customers, resources, and each other. One of their programs is Office Hours, which gives business owners free access to tactical help on a variety of issues from Marketing or Accounting to IT. less

The Funding Seedimage

The Funding Seed coaches non-profit staff, board members & volunteers to make each organization confident, strategic and self-sufficient when it comes to raising money. moreMonthly Open workshops from The Funding Seed are a great way to learn new strategies, brush up on skills and engage with other members of the nonprofit community. Covering topics from Grantwriting for Beginners to Fundraising Events 101 to Creating and Managing an Individual Donor Program, these workshops are an affordable option for nonprofits looking for new fundraising training opportunities. less

Summer Campsimage

Teaching Responsible Earth Education (T.R.E.E.)

TREE serves children and adults with life science education programming held in an Outdoor Classroom (Jean Lafitte National Park and the  piney woods of Saint Tammany).

Sync Up – Learn the Music Business from the Inside-Outimage

The Sync-Up Conference is held during both Jazz Fest Weekends every year. more It brings in speakers and holds workshops on the music industry, how it is changing, how it works and more.


CBNO Mac – Committee For A Better New Orleansimage

The Committee for a Better New Orleans is the result of the 2002 merger of two New Orleans nonprofit organizations, the Metropolitan Area Committee and the Committee for a Better New Orleans. moreThe Metropolitan Area Committee was founded in 1966 as the first major community organization in New Orleans to reach across race and class lines.  Over the years, its primary areas of focus were public education and good government issues, as well as putting on the annual Metropolitan Leadership Forum.CBNO/MAC has graduated over 40 classes since 1968 and continues to enroll individuals in this program every year. less

SUNO Robotics Summer Camp

Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) and the Research on the Science and Engineering of Signatures (ROSES) are hosting a Two week Robotics and Science Summer Camp for elementary school students who want to learn and build fun Robotic projects. moreJune 6 – 17, 9:30AM – 1:00PM.Students in the 2nd – 5th grades are eligible.Apply by May 23rd by emailing melaasar@suno.edu. less

SUNO Electronics Summer Camp

Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) and the Research on the Science and Engineering of Signatures (ROSES) Summer Camp is hosting a 1 week electronics camp for high school students who want to learn and build fun electronics projects. moreJune 20 – 24, 9:30AM – 1:00PM.Students in 9th and 10th grades are eligible.Apply by May 23rd by emailing melaasar@suno.edu. less

STEM Summer Camp at SUNO

Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) will host three weeks CAM Summer Camp for local high school students (entering 10 through 12 for this Fall, 2016). moreThe Camp is intended to increase interest in STEM by exposing the students to different scientific topics.This camp is funded by the Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration.CAM Summer Camp will run from Tuesday, July 4 — Friday, July 22, 2016 on SUNO’s campus from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm daily.Students will be engaged in ACT Prep, 3D Printer, and Science activities.There will be a one hour lunch break from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm and lunch will be provided free of charge.Students will be paid $200.00 upon completing the CAM SUMMER CAMP.Students and their parents will need to sign a contract form on the first day of CAM SUMMER CAMP.Deadline for CAM Summer Camp application is Friday, June 17, 2016.Please either fax your application with transcript to (504) 284-5475 or email at hkim@suno.edu (or rbelmasrour@suno.edu) no later than Friday, June 17, 2016. less

STEM Summer Camp for Kidsimage

Kids will learn new skills in science, math, robotics, engineering and computer programming, as well as interacting with successful industry professionals.

New Orleans Jazz Orchestra Summer Music Programimage

June 8 – July 2,  8:30AM – 1:00PM at Gentilly Terrace Charter School. moreThis summer camp provides music instruction by certified public school teachers and professional musicians, culminating in a summer recital. less