Note from NOPD,
3rd District )
you for visiting our website. The Lakeshore Property Owners’
Association is an organization that is committed to helping
protect the integrity of the Lakeshore neighborhood and
helping our residents maintain a high quality of life
along the lakefront of Orleans Parish. It is our mission
to ensure that the interests and concerns of the residents
of Lakeshore are heard, including civic improvements in
and around our neighborhood.
take pride in acting as a liaison to our state and local
officials to help promote and support quality business
development in the vicinity of Lakeshore. If you are a
resident of Lakeshore, we welcome your participation in
our organization to help facilitate our goals.
David A. Myers
Lakeshore Property Owners Association
be advised that an artist has been hired to paint
sailing scenes on the bus stops at Canal Blvd
and Robert E. Blvd.
people have reported coyote problems in Lake Vista.
Nuisance wildlife control has been privatized
and LDWF provides a list of wildlife control operators
who are permitted to operate in the state. There
are several in our area that .residents may contact,
should these problems persist.
Please find that information below:
Information for Nuisance Wildlife
of Permitted Nuisance Wildlife Control Operators
Brossett was notified that the LED streetlight
conversions for Lakeshore and Lake Vista neighborhoods
began October 15, 2014, and wanted to share this
information with you and your neighbors. Please
do not hesitate to contact me if you have any
Director of Constituent Services
Office of Councilmember Jared Brossett, District
New Orleans City Council
1300 Perdido St., Room 2W20
New Orleans, LA 70112
Hill's ‘From the Porch’ on WWL Radio
(blight, potholes, street lights, crime,
economic development, etc) on Monday, April 21. 1pm
to 4pm time slot.
Click ( HERE
) to listen to the show.
* Please report any light outages to Colin Cambre - email@example.com