DISASTER RECOVERY

Recovery Projects


New Orleans Master Planimage

The City’s new Master Plan is now available online. moreLooking beyond the rebuilding process, New Orleans is now focusing on its long-term future by creating a zoning code to guide its development over the next twenty years&#46 The Master Plan is scheduled for completion by June 2009 with a final draft of the ‘Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance’ to go through the official public hearing and adoption process at the City Planning Commission and the City Council.

Visit the website for more information and to download the plan or call the City Planning Commission at 504.658.7033.

Copies of the plan are also available for reading at the following locations: * City Planning Commission office, 1340 Poydras St., ninth floor;
* Algiers Regional Branch Library, 3014 Holiday Drive;
* Alvar Branch Library, 913 Alvar St.;
* Lakeview Branch Library, 6317 Argonne Blvd.;
* Latter Branch Library, 5120 St.Charles Ave.;
* Mid-City Branch Library, 330 N. Carrollton Ave.;
* Einstein Charter School Branch Library, 5100 Cannes St.;
* Nonprofit Central, 1824 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.;
* Neighborhoods Partnership Network office, 3500 Canal St., second floor;
* Nix Branch Library, 1401 S. Carrollton Ave.;
* Louisiana Collection in the University of New Orleans’ Earl K. Long Library, on the Lakefront campus;
* East New Orleans Neighborhood Advisory Commission office, 6600 Plaza Drive, Suite 200;
* Main Public Library, 219 Loyola Ave.;
* Lower 9th Ward Neighborhood Network Association, 1120 Lamanche St.
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Reinventing the Crescent: New Orleans Riverfront Development Plansimage

This nola&#46com flash animation highlights the proposed developments along the Mississippi Riverfront&#46

NORA Community Improvement Planningimage

The Community Improvement Planning process is the mechanism that NORA will utilize to revitalize and rebuild New Orleans’ flood damaged neighborhoods. moreThis online map features detailed map and profile of each of the 13 Community Improvement Planning Areas. less

New Orleans Street Repairsimage

This site provides residents a way to search and view planned and in-progress street repairs around the city.

Recovery Projects Interactive Mapimage

This online map provides information about the dozens of infrastructure rebuilding projects currently underway by the City of New Orleans’ Office of Recovery and Development Administration. moreSearch for specific projects or projects within a specific area of the city. less