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Artwork and permission courtesy Jane Hill
Jane Hill was born in Washington D.C and grew up in Baltimore, MD. She attended Towson University for her undergraduate work and Pratt Institute for an M.F.A in Painting. She is an accomplished singer as well!

Please send your tax deductible donation to:
Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association
P.O. Box 19101
New Orleans, LA 70179

info@fsjna.org

Seth Levine – President president@fsjna.org
Rocky Seydel – Vice President vp@fsjna.org
Brenda London – Treasurer treasurer@fsjna.org
Nancy Shepard – Secretary secretary@fsjna.org

BOARD
Jim Danner – Safety, Security, N.O.P.D. liason. For emergencies call 911. safety@fsjna.org
Dean Burridge | Erin Peacock | Gloria Martin | Jim Danner | Jimmy Fahrenholtz
Charlie London – webmaster – info@fsjna.org | Michael Cohn | Anna Duggar | Pushpa Ramaiah | Keith Twitchell | Ali James | Kerry Tully

Advisory Board
Michael Pearce | Linda Landesberg | Suzanne Accorsi | David Poretto | Richard Cahn | Conrad Abadie | Vincent Booth | Mona McMahon | Steve Mardon | Sara Landrieu

Photo by Charlie London

Board Members can be contacted by completing the form below or writing to info@fsjna.org
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Click here for the City of New Orleans Government Directory

RESOURCES:
Neighborhoods List – http://bit.ly/nolahoods-list
Neighborhoods Map – http://bit.ly/NOLAhoods-map
Meeting Calendar – http://bit.ly/nolahoods-calendar
Useful Documents – http://bit.ly/nolahoods-docs(Submit changes and corrections to info@nolahoods.com)

To post to this group, send email to:
nolahoods@googlegroups.com

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City of New Orleans Information Hotline

Emergencies dial 9-1-1

DIAL 3-1-1 and follow the prompts (subject to change):

Updated 2-November-2010

New Orleans residents, press 1
Metro area residents, press 2 (service not yet available)

1 – Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
1 – Register for City-Assisted Evacuation Plan (CAEP)
2 – Hazard Mitigation Branch
3 – Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
4 – Register for Re-Entry placards
5 – New Orleans Urban Area Security Initiative Office
0 – All other departments

2 – Department of Housing, Code Enforcement & Environmental Health

Report abandoned or blighted houses, check the status of a hearing,
report high grass, abandoned ponds or swimming pools and vacant lots.

3 – Check status of an existing environmental administrative hearing

4 – Department of Revenue
Information on property tax, sales tax, occupational licenses and sanitation fee removal.

5 – Department of Parks and Parkways (Office hours are Mon-Thu 7am – 4:30pm)

Tree trimming and downed trees. Note: Report after-hours tree emergencies to 9-1-1
6 – Department of Public Works
1 – Street light outages
2 – Pot holes or clogged drains and catch basins
3 – Missing or damaged street signs or traffic signs; traffic light outages
4 – Abandoned and junked vehicles
5 – General information

0 – All other departments
An operator will assist in directing your call.

Department of Sanitation (Office hours are Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
DIAL 504-658-3800 to speak with an operator
To report illegal dumping, littering, overflowing receptacles and streets in need of cleaning.

Entergy New Orleans
Website: www.Entergy-NewOrleans.comDIAL 1-800-368-3749 – press 2 for “Power and gas emergencies”
To report an electric outage, a gas outage or emergency, request outdoor lighting repair, to receive information concerning a current power outage, or for any other power-related problem.

Sewerage & Water Board
Website: www.SWBNO.orgDIAL 504-529-2837 – press 1 for “Emergency Repairs Department” (Open 24 hours a day)
To report water leaks, broken sewer lines or fire hydrants, missing manhole and meter covers, strong sewer odors and sidewalks or streets in need of repaving following a service cut or repair.

Operation Clean Sweep
Website: OperationCleanSweepNOLA.comDIAL 504-486-9694 to speak with an operator or leave a message
To report graffiti, doodles, tags, vandalized traffic signs, spray painting or illegal murals.

DDD Public Space Operations
Website: NewOrleansDowntown.comDIAL 504-561-8927 for Downtown residents, business owners and visitors with questions.

Tip: Can’t reach 3-1-1 from your phone? Dial 504-658-4000 instead.

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