A group for all Harahan residents, to discuss any upcoming events, news, alerts, emergencies, weather, or anything that everyone should know about. Feel free to add or discuss topics relating to Harahan and its citizens.
This group is open to not only the individual owners & residents of Parc Fontaine, but also to all residents of neighboring Algiers communities.
You can use this forum to post suspected crimes and please remember that all information will be handled in a strictly confidential manner.
The Upper Audubon Association (UAA) is a neighborhood association with a vision of maintaining and improving quality of life and property values. The boundaries of the organization are St. Charles Avenue to the Mississippi River and Walnut Street to Broadway Street and includes approximately 440 addresses. Our active neighborhood association is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.
The Oak Street Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization comprised of business owners, area residents, and interested citizens whose mission it is to preserve and improve Oak Street and the surrounding neighborhood as a way of maintaining the cultural heritage of our city to the benefit of the entire community.
Oak Street e-neighborhood watch group. Please register to receive & view alerts, get involved in open discussions, and more!
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A subdistrict of the Central City/Garden District Area, its boundaries as defined by the City Planning Commission are: St. Charles Avenue, Felicity, Thalia, Magazine and Julia Streets to the north, the New Orleans Morial Convention Center, Crescent City Connection and Mississippi River to the east, Felicity, Magazine and Constance Streets, Jackson Avenue, Chippewa and Soraparu Streets to the south and 1st Street to the west.
We have a Brothers store: A library 4 Schools one one the River Road is Waggaman: The other Norbert rilieux off River Road ; And Cherbonnier School on Dandelieon and Live Oak on Acadia Dr and a Library and Thomas Jefferson Park and the Gym : The neighbor is growing more and more each day. They open up Danelion to Live Oak Blvd .
We do have a Civic group: meets once the month at the Gym Meeting Room.
The gym as sports for the kids: Sign up for a event: They do need help with Coaches. Help ! Come out and meet your neighbors.
Lots of things been happened out here. At one time we had C.O.P. (Citizen on Partol). Got dismissed. We try to get the C.O.P back and got refused on it. We did started up a neighborhood watched. Only a few step up. Some don't want to get involved because they don't want to sit in court.
I'M INTERESTING IN STARTING A NEIGHBORHOOOD WATCH IN OUR TRAILER PART, I AM A LONG TIME X-DEPTUY. THING'S HAVE BEEN HAPPING WITH US ARE SOMEONE YOU KNOW. THE STRANGE FACE'S YOU SEE IN THE DAYTIME MAY BE SCOUTING FOR THING'S TO COME BACK TO GET AT NIGHT. IF YOU CARE TO JOIN PLESE CONTCT BE AT 504 303-8567/504 451-7877. MY EMAIL IS firstname.lastname@example.org FEEL FEEL TO CALL AT ANY TIME, IN CASE OF EMG. CALL 911 FIRST & THEN CALL ME. I LIVE HERE ALSO, I'LL BE THERE IN A FLASH!
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