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CITY COUNCIL - DISTRICT "C"

Councilmember Freddie King III

City Hall, Room 2W70Picture of Freddie King III

1300 Perdido Street
New Orleans, LA 70112

CITY COUNCIL - MEMBERS AT-LARGE

Councilmember At-Large Helena N. Moreno
Council 
President

Picture of Helena N. Moreno

City Hall, Room 2W40

1300 Perdido Street
New Orleans, LA 70112


Councilmember At-Large Jean Paul "JP" Morrell
Council Vice-President

Picture of Jean Paul

City Hall, Room 2W50
1300 Perdido Street
New Orleans, LA 70112


The NOLA City Council is the legislative branch of New Orleans City government.  The Council considers and enacts all local laws that govern the City of New Orleans.  The Council also approves the operating and capital budgets for the City, as recommended by the mayor, and continually monitors revenues and expenditures for local government operations.  The City Council is also the regulatory body for public utilities.  It reviews and has final say on many land use and zoning matters, as well as considers major economic development projects for the City.  As a Board of Review for Orleans Parish, the Council examines appeals of property tax assessments for real estate taxes and certifies tax rolls to the Louisiana Tax Commission.  Other responsibilities of the Council include overseeing the operation of the public access television in Orleans Parish.

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

Mayor LaToya Cantrell

City Hall, 2nd Floor East

1300 Perdido Street
New Orleans, LA 70112

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OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

Governor Landry, along with State Representatives, Senators, and Department heads, play crucial roles in New Orleans' outcomes, and their involvement is appreciated.  It's essential to communicate your interests and concerns to them.

The State of Louisiana owns key assets such as bridges, the Superdome, and parts of highways and streets.  State entities manage various infrastructures like Lakeshore Drive and Lakefront Airport.  State law governs institutions like the Sewerage and Water Board and universities such as Delgado Community College and the University of New Orleans.

Include Governor Landry and other state officials in your communications regarding developments and express support or concerns.  You can email Governor Landry's office HERE and find contact information for State Representatives HERE.


CITY AND NOPD EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

There are over 350 vacant positions at City Hall.  All positions offer health and retirement benefits, and all pay well above minimum wage.  To learn more about open positions and apply, please click HERE.

In addition, over 250 of the unfilled city positions are within the New Orleans Police Department.  One can join the NOPD as young as 20 years old, and there are few restrictions on older applicants.  Apply, and take the civil service examination. Visit JoinNOPD.org.

Over $20,000 in Recruitment Incentives await those who join the NOPD from other departments across the state!  There are also guaranteed pay raises and other excellent benefits.




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