f




Reporting Crimes is Important

Please assist the NOPD and the GDSD in controlling and monitoring crime by reporting all crime, no matter how large or small. Statistics are used to determined the amount of NOPD service that is allocated to each neighborhood throughout the city, so thorough reporting of all activity helps to portray a more accurate picture of our neighborhood’s needs. Please report crimes to both the NOPD (821-2222 for non-emergency calls) and the GDSD (899-GDSD).

Important Numbers

GDSD 899-GDSD (4373)
GDSD Administrative office 525-7911 or 525-7111
NOPD (emergency) 911
NOPD (non-emergency) 821-2222 / 525-7111
NOPD 6th District Station 658-6060
Ronnie Stevens, Commander, Sixth District
—- Officer Yolanda Jenkins Quality of Life Officer
GDSD Board of Commissioners
Fraud Hotline 1-800-50-FRAUD (503-7283) “http://www.lla.la.gov/hotline/
City of New Orleans website www.nola.gov
NOPD Website www.nola.gov/nopd
Abandoned Vehicles 658-2299
Assessor Erroll Williams 658-1300
Board of Zoning Adjustments 658-7000
City Planning Commission 658-7000
Crimestoppers 822-1111
Health Department 658-2500
Historical District Landmarks Commission 565-7080
Public Works / Streets 658-8000
Parking Control / Residential Permits 658-8200
Safety and Permits 658-7100
Sewerage & Water Board 529-2837
Street light outages 311
Traffic lights 483-2727
Potholes 311
Councilmember District B
—- Councilmember Latoya Cantrell office:658-1020
—- 1300 Perdido Street fax:658-1025
—- New Orleans, LA 70112 email:lcantrell@nola.gov
New Orleans’ City Council Website www.nolacitycouncil.com
Mayor’s Office 658-4900


home | security services | weekly activity | FAQ | funding & management | important numbers |