To preserve the Vieux Carré as a national treasure, to maintain its quaint and distinctive character and to achieve in that historic, living neighborhood a quality of life which can be enjoyed by residents, fellow citizens, businesses and visitors.
These amendments, if approved, will be permanent changes to the Master Plan, the document that we New Orleanians voted to enshrine in the city charter as a means of depoliticizing the land use process in New Orleans. We all need to keep an eye on these amendments, and fully understand what they’d mean for our neighborhoods and our city.
RSVP on Facebook! Friday, November 17th | 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. in the Courtyard and Homes at 1022 St. Peter Everyone’s favorite is back! And we’re kicking off this stunner of a season with a krewe of neighbors. Our friends at the St. Pierre are opening their doors and their lush courtyards to us next Friday evening. We’ll have wine and other refreshments as we wander about these tucked-away paradises. Join us to kick off a very special season of #AtHomeintheVieuxCarre!
The BZA will be deciding on December 11th whether the Safety and Permit determination that the site cannot be used as a reception facility is in line with what the zoning code allows. The Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance does not permit reception facilities in either of the two zones occupied by property at 1236 N Rampart.