About the Bywater Neighborhood Association

Mission Statement

To improve the living conditions and serve the needs of the neighborhood. To serve as a clearinghouse of information for the neighborhood. To provide an opportunity for dialogue concerning issues in the neighborhood. To preserve the architectural and cultural heritage of the neighborhood.

Meetings

General meetings are open to the public. The general meeting takes place on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm at Holy Angels Concert Hall [upstairs], 3500 St. Claude Avenue.

Dates, times and locations are subject to change due to holidays, special events, etc. Please check our Facebook page or latest email newsletter to confirm a specific meeting.

 

Tasty snowballs in Bywater! Corner Burgundy and France, Fri-Sunday 3pm-7PM. You can also get an "adult" upgrade! ...

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Marigny and French Quarter Transportation Network Projects

The Department of Public Works, Roadwork NOLA, and the Office of Transportation are collaborating on a network of complete streets projects in the Marigny and French Quarter to make improvements for all users of the roadways. The Marigny and French Quarter network includes:Elysian Fields Avenue (N. Peters Street to St. Claude Avenue)
N. Peters Street (Dumaine Street to Elysian Fields Avenue)
Decatur Street (Esplanade Avenue to Dumaine Street)
Franklin Avenue (N. Peters Street to St. Claude Avenue)
Royal Street (Esplanade Avenue to Franklin Avenue)
These projects are in the design phase with construction anticipated to begin this summer. The scope of work includes road repairs, improvements to sidewalk curb ramps, bike lanes, shared lanes, intersection modifications, lane modifications including lane reductions, increased green space, crosswalks and bus stop improvements. This work is being coordinated under the Moving New Orleans Transportation Action Plan, Roadwork NOLA, and the City’s Complete Streets policy. Funding for these projects is through City bond funds, FEMA, and FHWA.----------An informational community meeting will be held to provide an overview of the proposed design for these projects:When - Tuesday, July 7 at 6 p.m.How - Dial-in meeting number: 504-658-7001. Access code: 197 547 57. The meeting will also be accessible via Webex. Visit nola.gov/neoevents for more details and to sign up.Questions about the project can be submitted via email to [email protected] and via text to 504-470-0740.----------Moving New Orleans
What is Moving New Orleans? As an initiative of Mayor LaToya Cantrell, Moving New Orleans is a multi-modal strategy that is focused on improving the safety, equity, efficiency and connectivity of the City’s transportation network. Moving New Orleans Bikes (MNOB) is the first of several focused strategies to be implemented under this framework. MNOB is a joint initiative of the Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Department of Public Works that is designed to accelerate the construction of a 75-mile connected low-stress bikeway network. For more information about Moving New Orleans Bikes, visit nola.gov/transportation

Allison Cormier

District "C" Liaison

Mayor's Neighborhood Engagement Office | City Of New Orleans

1300 Perdido Street | Suite 8E15 | New Orleans, Louisiana | 70112

[email protected] | 504.658.4966 (office) | 504.248.9859 (mobile)

For information about COVID-19, please visit ready.nola.gov.
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Mission Statement

The Bywater Neighborhood Association's Mission is to improve the living conditions and serve the needs of the neighborhood. To serve as a clearinghouse of information for the neighborhood. To provide opportunity for dialogue concerning issues in the neighborhood. To preserve the architectural and cultural heritage of the neighborhood.