Welcome to the Lower 9
With the dredging of the Industrial Canal in the early 1920s, the Lower 9 community was born. Early Lower 9 residents descend from families who lived in surrounding parishes and others emerged from other states and countries. This community represents the best of New Orleans. t.
Things You Should Know
Entergy New Orleans
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Water, Sewerage & Trash
Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans handles billing for trash, sewerage, and water. Information on new service here. Phone: (504) 529-2837
District E Councilman Oliver Thomas
Contact: Darren Martin, Director of Community Engagement, Darren.Martin@nola.gov
Lower 9 Neighborhood Meetings
Gathering to share ideas and information with all members of the community.
Lower 9th Ward Neighborhood Association (L9NA)
Lower 9th Ward Neighborhood Association exists to keep all members of the community aware and connected.
Monthly, 1st Tuesday, 5:30 pm
In Person: Fairview Baptist Church 1803 Deslonde St. NOLA 70117
Virtual Zoom Link:
Call In Info:
Meeting ID: 892 0771 7991
Lower 9th Ward Homeownership Association (L9WHA)
The L9WHA was established in 2006 to address the needs expressed by residents.
Monthly, 2nd Saturday, 10:00am
1235 Deslonde Street
Monthly, see calendar
Established in 1981, HCNA’s primary goal has been to improve the living conditions and serve the needs of our residents, while preserving the cultural and architectural heritage of our area.
Monthly, 3rd Thursday, 6:30 pm
Villa St. Maurice, 500 St. Maurice Avenue. Enter through rear parking lot.
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