Neighborhood-wide meetings: second monday of every month at Warren Easton Charter School: 3019 Canal Street at 6:30PM.

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Mid-City Neighborhood Block Party

Mid-City Neighborhood Block Party

Join your neighbors in celebrating Mid-City’s resilience! Mid-City, 10 Years Later. The Beat Goes On. Sunday, August 30th 11A-3P Finn McCool’s Share your #midcitystory on our Facebook page by clicking here or email your story to admin@mcno.org.

Nominations for Mid-City Security District Commissioner Position Open Through Aug. 1

Nominations for Mid-City Security District Commissioner Position Open Through Aug. 1

Dear Mid-Citizens, Would you like to help make Mid-City safer? Are you interested in working with law enforcement, the business community, and other dedicated residents to reduce crime? Do you have the dedication to ensure that the Mid-City Security District (“MCSD”) remains an active, legally compliant, and efficient agency that is responsive to the safety [...]

MCNO Reimbursing Residents for Crime Cameras

MCNO Reimbursing Residents for Crime Cameras

The Mid-City Neighborhood Organization is reimbursing Mid-City Residents for the purchase of crime cameras focused on public rights-of-way. MCNO still has funds available for this program, and the cameras residents have previously purchased through the program have already caught several crimes on tape! If you are interested in purchasing a crime camera contact us at [...]

Great News on the Bayou! Speckled Trout Appear in Large Numbers!

Since completion of a wetlands planting in May 2014, the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation (LPBF) has been monitoring the plant and animal life on the bayou, and it is flourishing. Over the summer there were many herons and egrets feeding on bait fish that had entered the bayou. There are also signs of shrimp, which [...]

Looking for Code Enforcement or Curious About a Blighted Property? Our Resource Page can Help!

Looking for Code Enforcement or Curious About a Blighted Property? Our Resource Page can Help!

Both MCNO and the City encourage Mid-City residents to participate in the blight enforcement and remediation process. The City’s program works slowly, but if neighbors don’t speak out against it, we’ll never get anywhere. To help you report and track blighted properties that are still marring your neighborhood, we have collected an assortment of resources [...]

Board Elections at Tonight’s Meeting

Our board elections will take place at tonight’s meeting. If you are interested in running for the board, you can still sign up before the meeting. The meeting will be held at Warren Easton Charter School: 3019 Canal Street, at 6:30 pm. **To serve on the board, you must also be a resident of Mid-City [...]

Please Join Us for the Seventh Annual Mid-City Porch Crawl!

Please Join Us for the Seventh Annual Mid-City Porch Crawl!

On Friday, October 16, 2015, The Mid-City Neighborhood Organization (MCNO) is proud to host the seventh annual Mid-City Porch Crawl, a delightfully eccentric, distinctly adult, Halloween-oriented celebration. This year’s event will be begin at 6:30pm and will be held at Redemption Mid-City (where the kick-off party will begin). What is more New Orleans than gathering on [...]

Public Hearing Draft Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance Released

The City Planning Commission has released the July 2014 Public Hearing Draft of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance and Maps. These documents are posted on the CPC’s website and should be delivered to the New Orleans Public Libraries by Monday, July 28. The City Planning Commission has tentatively scheduled public hearings for Tuesday, August 26th and Tuesday, September [...]

Community Meeting on Middle Belt Railroad

Community Meeting on Middle Belt Railroad

Get the latest on the dangerous freight rail proposed for our neighborhoods. Learn about the NEPA process, what happens next, and how you can take action. Talk about what a freight rail carrying hazardous material means for your health, safety, home, business and community. COMMUNITY MEETING Thursday, August 14, 2014, 7pm Esperanza School, 4407 South [...]

Provide your input on blight in your neighborhood! Attend a code enforcement hearing on a property near you!

Code enforcement hearings are open to the public, and community members with any relevant information about a property or property owner are encouraged to attend meetings for properties in their area and offer their testimony. Neighbors are most directly affected by blighted conditions and thus neighbors who attend these hearings can change outcomes in Code [...]