- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-26T18:05:10.000Z
Blighted structures that have been demolished since the inception of BlightStat on October 1, 2010. BlightStat is a public meeting that tracks the City's progress in meeting Mayor Landrieu's stated goal of eliminating 10,000 blighted New Orleans properties in three years. Scheduled update: QuarterlyIn February 2014, the City made several changes to the dataset involving data cleaning and de-duplication. This process entailed adding demolition start and completion dates to demolitions, cleaning and verifying the addresses of demolitions, and removing duplicate cases based on their GeoPIN. The data set still includes several cases with duplicated GeoPINs, where multiple units were demolished on the same parcel.
- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2017-01-23T21:41:08.000Z
City of New Orleans Permits (March 2004 thru December 2011). Tabular data (DBF), Large dataset - 300,000+ records. Historic permit data transferred from Acella system to LAMA (Municipal Land Management Solution Framework)
- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2020-07-04T04:20:20.000Z
A simple viewer to filter active business licenses by type and location. Filtered data may be downloaded by filtering first and then using the export button at the top left of the display.
- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2020-07-09T06:03:33.000Z
Orleans Parish School Board Districts as adopted by OPSB on February 28, 2012. The Board adopted the Alternative “A” Amended Plan with two changes recommended from the floor. The first change being that Precint 6-8 be moved from District 3 to District 7. The second change being that Precinct 15-13 be moved from District 7 to District 4. These districts are derived from the updated precincts provided by the New Orleans City Council following the 2010 census redistricting.
- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2016-08-24T19:51:26.000Z
Place-based developing leverages investments by focusing resources in targeted places and drawing on the compounding effect of well-coordinated action. Effective place-based development can influence how rural and metropolitan areas grow, how well they function as places to live, work, operate a business, preserve heritage, and more. Place-based policies can also streamline otherwise redundant and disconnected programs and maximize efficiencies of operation and budget. The Direct Homebuyer Assistance Program in New Orleans provides down payment and closing costs subsidies to eligible first- time homebuyers. The subsidies bridge the gap between the price of the home (including closing costs) and the maximum amount a homebuyer can borrow with a first mortgage loan. The homebuyer receives only the amount of soft second funding that is needed to close the affordability gap. While all areas of the city are eligible for this program. Houses within the Place-Based Strategy Areas are eligible for slightly higher subsidies.
- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2019-05-01T20:31:27.000Z
This data set is a listing of all properties sold by NORA through the following disposition channels.-Auction: Properties put up for auction and sold to the highest bidder.-Development: Properties offered via request for proposals to create affordable housing.-Lot Next Door: Properties sold to adjacent owners.-Alternate Land Use: Properties sold for purposes of creating green space and used for activities such as community gardens.
- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2019-06-06T16:29:23.000Z
This data set is a listing of all properties sold by NORA through the following disposition channels. -Auction: Properties put up for auction and sold to the highest bidder. -Development: Properties offered via request for proposals to create affordable housing. -Lot Next Door: Properties sold to adjacent owners. -Alternate Land Use: Properties sold for purposes of creating green space and used for activities such as community gardens.
- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2020-07-09T03:55:18.000Z
All license applications for properties to be used as short-term rentals.
- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2017-01-23T20:59:12.000Z
The Market Value Analysis (MVA) is a tool designed to assist the private market and government officials to identify and comprehend the various elements of local real estate markets. It is based fundamentally on local administrative data sources. By using an MVA, public sector officials and private market actors can more precisely craft intervention strategies in weak markets and support sustainable growth in stronger market segments.
- API data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2020-07-08T23:10:13.000Z
This dataset shows the presence of metered parking spaces. The stations are categorized by two different types, Single Space Meters (SSM) and Pay Stations (PS) for multiple spaces. Number of spaces managed by the Pay Stations is depicted in the data as well. Single space meters are indicated with a 1. All meters have a Meter ID which could be tied to tabular data which is currently in excel form. Data is updated monthly and provided monthly by SP+.