Throughout the entire Six Flags RFQ process, TPC-NOLA, Inc. has strived for transparency. With each City Hall iteration, we have posted our proposals publicly. This time has been no different. Unfortunately, City Hall has taken the opposite approach.
TPC-NOLA, Inc. believes the public deserves the opportunity to review all six proposals. The community has had to live with this property, that the City continues to neglect, in their backyards for over 15 years. YOU are the stakeholders, not downtown interests or City Hall employees.
NEW ORLEANS — The City of New Orleans has released a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to select a Master Developer for the redevelopment of the former Six Flags site in New Orleans East. After more than a decade sitting vacant, the City is moving forward with a call to identify a qualified team that brings the experience, capacity and resources to create a transformative project at a key site for both the New Orleans East community and the city. The first phase of the RFQ opens Dec. 16, 2020, and responses will be accepted until February 9, 2021.
A concise history of the shuttered Jazzland/Six Flags New Orleans theme park, which never reopened after 2005’s Hurricane Katrina. Archival footage and interviews with people who worked and/or played there.
Outdoor screening: Noon Monday, Nov. 9 on the Lafitte Greenway.
Virtual cinema: Available beginning 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8
Department of Public Works’ construction contractors are currently at Lincoln Beach removing debris, clearing overgrown landscaping and repairing structures deemed to be in imminent danger of collapse by licensed engineers.
This work is being done as part of a larger Site Assessment which began in May 2020 and is scheduled to be completed and available for review in the spring of 2021
Access to the Lincoln Beach site is prohibited; however, there is ample evidence of unpermitted and unlawful use of the beach and property behind the Lake Pontchartrain and Vicinity earthen levee and floodwall on Hayne Blvd.