- What is a greenway?
- What is the Lafitte Corridor?
- Where did the funding for the Lafitte Greenway's construction come from?
- What is the Greenway management plan?
- How do I have a special event or rent space on the Greenway fields?
- Where are the flashing safety beacons on the Greenway?
A greenway is a linear park or open area that encourages recreation and active transportation, typically through bike and pedestrian paths.
The Lafitte Corridor consists of the Lafitte Greenway open space and the neighborhoods located within approximately one-quarter mile of the Greenway's footprint. These neighborhoods include portions of the French Quarter, Tremé, Bayou St. John, and Mid-City.
The $9.1 million in funding has been secured by the City largely from federal Disaster Community Development Block Grant (D-CDBG) money from HUD as well as $87,000 that Friends of Lafitte Corridor raised, thanks to the Recreational Trails Program.
The New Orleans Recreation Development Commission (NORD) is responsible for maintenance and upkeep of Lafitte Greenway. We thank the City for this commitment to the Greenway's maintenance.
Special events and rentals on the Greenway are managed by the New Orleans Recreation Development Commission (NORD). Click here for information about rentals, or contact NORD at 504.658.3084 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
These flashing safety beacons are located at 5 different intersections on the Greenway: Claiborne, Galvez, Broad, Jefferson Davis, and Carrollton Ave. Press the button at the center of the pole to alert drivers that you are crossing. Please proceed with caution. Drivers are legally required to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks.