Like many New Orleans neighborhoods, ours has it’s share of blighted properties. A blight committee has been formed to work on these issues.
The committee canvasses the neighborhood, noting and photographing run down and blighted properties. They also hope to help rehabilitate the houses of some of our elderly and less affluent neighbors through programs such as Christmas in October and Rebuilding Together New Orleans.
If you would like to participate, please contact Debby Pigman Debbyfdna@gmail.com
How to Look Up Property Owners & Assessed Values
- Go to www.opboa.org, this is the website for the Orleans Parish Board of Assessors.
- Click on “Search Records”
- Click on “Yes, Accept Terms”
- Click on “Search by Location Address” to search by address.
- Fill in the number of the house.
- Click on “Search”.
- By clicking on the listed address you can get the detailed information.
When you come across a corporate property owner (instead of a person), you might want to look at the Louisiana Secretary of State’s corporations database to identify who the owners/officers are. You can do that from this link:
Information about Code Enforcement in New Orleans
The code enforcement process in New Orleans can often prove confusing for neighborhoods and residents to understand and navigate. The information below is taken from the City of New Orleans’ Department of Code Enforcement website.