City of New Orleans Announces Payment Options for 2022 Property Tax Collections

NEW ORLEANS — The City of New Orleans announced payment options for homeowners to submit property taxes for 2022. The deadline for payments was extended to Feb. 28, 2022 due to the significant number of damaged properties resulting from Hurricane Ida and postponed election days.

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Hurricane Ida Town Hall

The City of New Orleans is hosting a virtual Hurricane Ida Town Hall on Thu, Dec 16th at 6pm. During this town hall, City of New Orleans officials and partner agencies will share insight on decisions made, as well as challenges and successes of the Ida response and recovery efforts.

 

We invite you to participate in the following ways:

  1. Provide feedback to the City about Hurricane Ida response by filling out this survey.
  2. Register here to join us for the Hurricane Ida Town Hall on Dec 16.

 

For more information, visit https://ready.nola.gov/incident/hurricane-ida/ida-townhall/

Mayor Cantrell joins NOLABA, Partners to announce $5M Philanthropic Investment from JPMorgan Chase through AdvancingCities Challenge

November 12, 2020. Through a major philanthropic investment from JPMorgan Chase, Mayor LaToya Cantrell, the New Orleans Business Alliance (NOLABA), and YouthForce NOLA are proud to announce a $5 million commitment to help ensure the resiliency and success of New Orleans neighborhoods and those who call them home.

As one of seven winning cities selected by JPMorgan Chase for its AdvancingCities Challenge, New Orleans is making a historic investment into blue-green infrastructure, providing pathways to new career opportunities for residents and contract opportunities for local small businesses in the water economy. Continue reading “Mayor Cantrell joins NOLABA, Partners to announce $5M Philanthropic Investment from JPMorgan Chase through AdvancingCities Challenge”