Mid-City, in partnership with the City of New Orleans, is hosting a Fight the Blight Day. This is a program that was developed by the mayor’s office several City agencies and community volunteers show up to a designated location and identify and rectify neighborhood issues. It will be a day of planting trees, filling in pot holes, demolishing a blighted house, picking up trash, installing amenities, and meeting your neighbors! Come out and show your support.
December 10, 9am-1pm
Starting at St. Patrick Park (501 S. St. Patrick St.)
Whether or not this is your area of Mid-City – or your park – please come support Mid-City’s first Fight the Blight day. We hope to get these clean up days in all areas of Mid-City and the best way to do that is to have a strong showing of support. Plus, you can cheer the progress as the Sewer & Water Board, Public Works (Pot-Hole Filler), and other City Agencies work their tails off to make our neighborhood better!
All participants are invited to a free cook-out at the park afterwards with food and fun for all!
To sign up, call 504.658.4974 or click here, visit www.mcno.org/blightfight!