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.
residents of one of the strongest neighborhood communities
in the City of New Orleans, I urge you to help us continue
to strive for improvement. As a reminder, our annual membership
dues are only $25, and your dues are the only revenue
source for our organization. Please note that those of
you who have already paid dues for 2016 should not pay
again until next year. We appreciate your support!
A. Landry III
Lakeshore Property Owners Association
(updated July 2016)
DISTRICT D MEETING:
July 13, Mayor Landrieu and the City Council will host
the District D meeting, one of a series of community meetings
on 2017 budget priorities. City officials will also host
a resource center from 5:30 – 6:00 p.m. where residents
may visit one-on-one with representatives from several
City departments and agencies to address specific concerns.
Spanish interpretation will be available.
D Community Meeting
Wednesday, July 13
Resource Center: 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Community Meeting: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Corpus Christi Epiphany Church Community Resource Center
2022 St. Bernard Ave.
Property Owners Association is NOW ON FACEBOOK!
Join us and give us a "LIKE" @ Lpoa
* Please note that the Project Nola crime
cameras are being installed in locations
around Lakeshore. 11 cameras have been installed around
the neighborhood and the Notice of Project Nola signs
have also been put up around the neighborhood.
Please note that there have been several burglaries
and car break ins. Two simple ways of reducing the
chance of this from happening is to park
your car off of the street if possible
and to LOCK all car and house doors!
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 this email address: