Animals & Pest Control
Elections & Voting
The Louisiana Secretary of State manages all elections-related information, from elections and voter registration information to statistics and educational materials. For answers to these questions, please visit the
Louisiana Secretary of State's GeauxVote website.
Festivals, Parades & Celebrations
Health & Human Services
Libraries & Museums
Parks, Trees & Neutral Grounds
To pay your property taxes online, you will need your tax bill number. Search for your Real Estate bill number by visiting the Assessor's website or call (504) 658-1712. If you need your Business Personal Property Tax number call (504) 658-1350.
New Orleans Online Property Tax Payment
Public Works & Utilties
Traffic & Transportation
Brake Tag inspections
Disputing parking tickets or camera violations
Residential parking permits
Establish a residential parking program
Requests for meter or paystation space rentals\removals
Driveway or curb cut
Taxi & For Hire Vehicles
Tour guide permit
In Order To Register For A Curbside Recycling Cart, You Must Contact The Sanitation Department By:
Completing a Recycling Registration Card,
Mailing or bringing the card to the
Department of Sanitation, City Hall
1300 Perdido Street, Room 1W03, N.O., LA 70112
Faxing the card to (504) 658-3801
Registering Online At
Calling us at (504) 658-3800
To report blighted property please call (504) 658-4300/4301 or email Jonathan Solis at firstname.lastname@example.org
To report an abandoned car or illegal parking please call (504) 658-8290/8291 or email Zepporiah Edmonds at email@example.com
To report a street light outage please call (504) 658-8080
To report a pot hole please call (504) 658-8000 or email Nguyen Phan at firstname.lastname@example.org
- HUD, New Orleans
- FBI, New Orleans Office
- Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
- Small Business Administration
- Social Security Administration
- United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
- New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park
- New Orleans Regional Office
- Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System
- New Orleans Veterans Resource Center
- St. John VA Outpatient Clinic
- Slidell VA Outpatient Clinic
CLICK HERE FOR A KID’s GUIDE TO FAMOUS U.S. LANDMARKS
Many thanks to Mia of Ms. Bowen’s 5th grade class at the Mason Learning Center for finding this valuable resource about famous landmarks in the United States.
The Library of Congress Internet Legislative Information System. Updated daily, it provides a searchable database for information about all bills passed in the 107th and 108th Congress, bills pending in Congress, and House and Senate floor speeches and debates recorded daily in the Congressional Record.
Provides free, searchable electronic access to a wealth of important information published by the federal government. The information provided on this site is the official version of government documents.
Learn how your U.S. Government works, about its history and your civic responsibilities by reading these pages and playing the games on this site.
Visit the White House’s official page for kids and learn about president, his responsibilities and the history of the office.
Read news just for kids at the Washington Post Kid’s Post Page.
The federal government’s portal for fun, educational and safe sites for kids.
Learn what it takes to be a spy, read about the history of the CIA and try on spy disguises.
Meet the animals that live at our national zoo.
Learn about our missions to space, new technologies and the history of our space program.
Take a tour of the National Children’s Museum.
Learn about the environment and what you can do to protect it.
The Smithsonian’s official site for kids includes games and learning material about the things that kids are interested in.
The Congressional Award is a public partnership created by Congress to promote and recognize achievement, initiative, and service in America’s youth. The Congressional Award provides a unique opportunity for young people to set and achieve personally challenging goals that build character and foster community service, personal development, and citizenship.