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  • Who should I call in an emergency?
    Orleans Levee District Police Department (OLDPD) at(504) 283-9800 or dial 911. OLDPD will usually repond to your emergency the quickest, as they serve our direct area. Orleans Levee District Police Department Station: 6799 Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans, LA 70122
  • Pinnacle Security Patrol
    On Duty Detail Number: (504) 442-2642 24-Hour Dispatch Number: (504) 934-1411 Our security company is Pinnacle Security, and they are currently driving a white Ford F-150. The hours vary from day to day. If you need them please call the on duty cell phone at (504) 442-2642. If nobody answers, then call the office at (504) 934-1411. Any questions should be directed to the Crime Board. Pinnacle utilizes white law-enforcement-style trucks and SUVs for patrols, and these vehicles are marked with decals clearly identifying them as security vehicles. Our patrol vehicles are fully equipped with radio, emergency lighting in compliance with state and municipal codes, a company-owned cell phone, a tablet for completion of required reports, and a jump-start box. Successful neighborhood patrols involve interaction with the community, so Pinnacle Security deploys the same security guards to patrol residential neighborhood clients on a regular schedule. This allows Pinnacle’s security officers to interact with residents and form relationships that increase recognition and personal comfort. We focus on maximum visibility during high-crime hours and the hours when neighborhood residents arrive home from work. Security patrol hours are flexible and shift according to updates in crime trends and special needs. Pinnacle’s security patrol services clients are provided with a schedule of officers on patrol duty as well as a cell phone number to contact those officers at any time during their hours on site.
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  • Lake Terrace Crime Prevention District
    Lake Terrace Crime Prevention District has bimonthly meetings on the second Wednesday of odd number months. At the Lake Vista Community Center 6500 Spanish Fort Blvd. at 7:00PM. All Lake Terrace residents are encouraged to attend. Visit our Lake Terrace Crime Prevention District page for more Information >
  • OVERVIEW
    This is an informal summary of some of the Restrictions, so please refer to the Official Building Restriction Document for complete and offcial details. If you have questions, check with LTPOA or the Non-Flood Assets Property Management Authority before beginning work. When Lake Terrace was created by the Orleans Levee Board Restrictions were imposed on each parcel of land in Lake Terrace. Before the City of New Orleans issues a building permit, they require that plans be reviewed and approved by the Non-Flood Property Assets Management Authority (NFPAMA) the authority responsible for the non-flood assets of the Orleans Levee Board. LTPOA works closely with NFPAMA in reviewing plans. The Restrictions also address other issues relating to the quality of life in Lake Terrace. Below are highlights of the most common Building Restrictions residents inquire about.
  • OVERVIEW
    This is an informal summary of some of the Restrictions, so please refer to the Building Restrictions For Lake Terrace Subdivision for complete and official details. The building restrictions were developed by the Orleans Levee District (OLD) when the neighborhood was built.Since Hurricane Katrina, the OLD was split into two seperate offices of responsibilities: 1) The Flood Protection Authotity oversees all matter to do with flood related issues. 2) The Lakefront Management Authority oversees the Marinas, Lakefront Airport and the four lake area neighborhoods. If you have questions, check with LTPOA or the Lakefront Management Authority (LMA) before beginning work. The LMA can be reached at 504-355-5990 When Lake Terrace was created by the Orleans Levee Board, restrictions were imposed on each parcel of land in Lake Terrace. Before the City of New Orleans issues a building permit, they require that plans be reviewed and approved by the LMA, the authority responsible for the non-flood assets of the Orleans Levee Board. LTPOA works closely with LMA in reviewing plans. The Restrictions also address other issues relating to the quality of life in Lake Terrace. Below are highlights of the most common Building Restrictions residents inquire about.
  • OVERVIEW
    This is an informal summary of some of the Restrictions, so please refer to the Official Building Restriction Document for complete and offcial details. If you have questions, check with LTPOA or the Non-Flood Assets Property Management Authority before beginning work. When Lake Terrace was created by the Orleans Levee Board Restrictions were imposed on each parcel of land in Lake Terrace. Before the City of New Orleans issues a building permit, they require that plans be reviewed and approved by the Non-Flood Property Assets Management Authority (NFPAMA) the authority responsible for the non-flood assets of the Orleans Levee Board. LTPOA works closely with NFPAMA in reviewing plans. The Restrictions also address other issues relating to the quality of life in Lake Terrace. Below are highlights of the most common Building Restrictions residents inquire about.
  • APPROVAL OF BUILDING PLANS
    Prior to beginning the construction of a residence, garage, fence, or other structure, the owner shall submit detailed plans and specifications of the proposed building or structure to the Orleans Levee Board [Non-Flood Property Assets Management Authority] for written approval and no work shall be permitted on the building until such written approval is received and building permit obtained from the City of New Orleans. Visit floodauthority.org
  • APPROVAL OF BUILDING PLANS
    Prior to beginning the construction of a residence, garage, fence, or other structure, the owner shall submit detailed plans and specifications of the proposed building or structure to the Lakefront Management Authority for written approval and no work shall be permitted on the building until such written approval is received and building permit obtained from the City of New Orleans. Visit https://www.nolalakefront.com/loodauthority.org
  • APPROVAL OF BUILDING PLANS
    Prior to beginning the construction of a residence, garage, fence, or other structure, the owner shall submit detailed plans and specifications of the proposed building or structure to the Lakefront Management Authority (LMA) for written approval and no work shall be permitted on the building until such written approval is received and building permit obtained from the City of New Orleans. Visit floodauthority.org
  • MINIMUM FRONT, SIDE, AND REAR YARDS"
    ► No part of the main building of a residence shall be built closer than 25 feet minimum distance from the front property line of the lot, not closer to either side property line of the lot than 6 feet minimum distance, however, the combined width of both side yards shall be a minimum of twenty-five percent (25%) of the width of the lot, but need not exceed twenty-one (21) feet. Corner lots must have a 25-foot minimum setback from both the front and side streets. ► No detached garage shall be constructed closer than 60 feet from the front property line and when outside the required rear yard shall not project into the side yard. ► An attached or detached carport may be constructed in the side yard area, provided its columns or wait are not closer than six (6) feet from the side property line, the roof may project two (2) feet into six (6) foot areas. An attached or detached carport shall be considered a building for storing automobiles and having no more than one side enclosed. The other three sides must be completely open. Storage areas, utility rooms, tool rooms, etc. in such carports will not be permitted within the side yard area. Unenclosed, uncovered or covered porches, balconies and steps, shall not project beyond the front or side buildings the front or side building lines.
  • MINIMUM FRONT, SIDE, AND REAR YARDS:"
    ► No part of the main building of a residence shall be built closer than 25 feet minimum distance from the front property line of the lot, not closer to either side property line of the lot than 6 feet minimum distance, however, the combined width of both side yards shall be a minimum of twenty-five percent (25%) of the width of the lot, but need not exceed twenty-one (21) feet. Corner lots must have a 25-foot minimum setback from both the front and side streets. ► No detached garage shall be constructed closer than 60 feet from the front property line and when outside the required rear yard shall not project into the side yard. ► An attached or detached carport may be constructed in the side yard area, provided its columns or wait are not closer than six (6) feet from the side property line, the roof may project two (2) feet into six (6) foot areas. An attached or detached carport shall be considered a building for storing automobiles and having no more than one side enclosed. The other three sides must be completely open. Storage areas, utility rooms, tool rooms, etc. in such carports will not be permitted within the side yard area. Unenclosed, uncovered or covered porches, balconies and steps, shall not project beyond the front or side buildings the front or side building lines.
  • MINIMUM FRONT, SIDE, AND REAR YARDS:"
    ► No part of the main building of a residence shall be built closer than 25 feet minimum distance from the front property line of the lot, not closer to either side property line of the lot than 6 feet minimum distance, however, the combined width of both side yards shall be a minimum of twenty-five percent (25%) of the width of the lot, but need not exceed twenty-one (21) feet. Corner lots must have a 25-foot minimum setback from both the front and side streets. ► No detached garage shall be constructed closer than 60 feet from the front property line and when outside the required rear yard shall not project into the side yard. ► An attached or detached carport may be constructed in the side yard area, provided its columns or wait are not closer than six (6) feet from the side property line, the roof may project two (2) feet into six (6) foot areas. An attached or detached carport shall be considered a building for storing automobiles and having no more than one side enclosed. The other three sides must be completely open. Storage areas, utility rooms, tool rooms, etc. in such carports will not be permitted within the side yard area. Unenclosed, uncovered or covered porches, balconies and steps, shall not project beyond the front or side buildings the front or side building lines.
  • VEHICLES
    Passenger vehicles and trailers owned by a resident, must be stored on the resident's property and not on the street. Overnight parking on the street is not permitted.he front or side building lines.
  • VEHICLES
    Passenger vehicles and trailers owned by a resident, must be stored on the resident's property and not on the street. Overnight parking on the street is not permitted.he front or side building lines.
  • VEHICLES
    Passenger vehicles and trailers owned by a resident, must be stored on the resident's property and not on the street. Overnight parking on the street is not permitted.he front or side building lines.
  • TRANSFORMER VAULTS AND EASEMENTS:
    To provide Entergy access to Transformer Vaults for maintenance purposes, 12-foot easements have been provided. These easements and transformers sits are owned by NFPAMA and are not to be used by vehicles, except those of Entergy in their maintenance of the equipment in the transformer vaults.
  • TRANSFORMER VAULTS AND EASEMENTS:
    To provide Entergy access to Transformer Vaults for maintenance purposes, 12-foot easements have been provided. These easements and transformers sits are owned by NFPAMA and are not to be used by vehicles, except those of Entergy in their maintenance of the equipment in the transformer vaults.
  • TRANSFORMER VAULTS AND EASEMENTS
    To provide Entergy access to Transformer Vaults for maintenance purposes, 12-foot easements have been provided. These easements and transformers sits are owned by NFPAMA and are not to be used by vehicles, except those of Entergy in their maintenance of the equipment in the transformer vaults.
  • FENCES
    ► Front yard fences, if and when erected, shall not exceed eighteen (18) inches and shall be of neat and substantial construction. ► Side fences, when erected between the front building line and front property line, shall not exceed eighteen (18) inches in height. ► Side and rear yard fences, if and when erected, between front building line and rear property lirie, shall not exceed six (61 feet in height and must be neat and substantial construction. [This height conforms to CZO requirements for side and rear yards with swimming pools.) ► On corner lots and on through lots fences shall not be erected closer than twenty-five (25) feet from any street property line. ► Plans showing location and details of fences must be submitted for approval to the Non-Flood Assets Property Management Authority before they are erected.
  • FENCES
    ► Front yard fences, if and when erected, shall not exceed eighteen (18) inches and shall be of neat and substantial construction. ► Side fences, when erected between the front building line and front property line, shall not exceed eighteen (18) inches in height. ► Side and rear yard fences, if and when erected, between front building line and rear property lirie, shall not exceed six (61 feet in height and must be neat and substantial construction. [This height conforms to CZO requirements for side and rear yards with swimming pools.) ► On corner lots and on through lots fences shall not be erected closer than twenty-five (25) feet from any street property line. ► Plans showing location and details of fences must be submitted for approval to the Non-Flood Assets Property Management Authority before they are erected.
  • FENCES
    ► Front yard fences, if and when erected, shall not exceed eighteen (18) inches and shall be of neat and substantial construction. ► Side fences, when erected between the front building line and front property line, shall not exceed eighteen (18) inches in height. ► Side and rear yard fences, if and when erected, between front building line and rear property lirie, shall not exceed six (61 feet in height and must be neat and substantial construction. [This height conforms to CZO requirements for side and rear yards with swimming pools.) ► On corner lots and on through lots fences shall not be erected closer than twenty-five (25) feet from any street property line. ► Plans showing location and details of fences must be submitted for approval to the Non-Flood Assets Property Management Authority before they are erected.
  • PLANTING
    Hedges and shrubbery may be grown along property lines, but shall be restricted to a height of two (2) feet along the front yard property line, and shall be restricted to a height of seven (7) feet on side and rear property lines.
  • PLANTING
    Hedges and shrubbery may be grown along property lines, but shall be restricted to a height of two (2) feet along the front yard property line, and shall be restricted to a height of seven (7) feet on side and rear property lines.
  • PLANTING
    Hedges and shrubbery may be grown along property lines, but shall be restricted to a height of two (2) feet along the front yard property line, and shall be restricted to a height of seven (7) feet on side and rear property lines.
  • METRO DISPOSAL
    METRO DISPOSAL is the trash service provider for Lake Terrace. (504) 520 8331 metroservicegroup.com Trash Pickup Days: TUESDAYS: Trash Pickup FRIDAYS: Trash Pickup | Bulky Waste Pickup | Recycling Pickup
  • SEWERAGE & WATER BOARD
    swbno.org (504) 529-2837 625 Saint Joseph Street New Orleans, LA 70165
  • ENTERGY
    entergy-neworleans.com 1-800-368-3749 (1-800-ENTERGY) Report an outage by phone: 1-800-968-8243 (1-800-9OUTAGE). Outage Map Storm Center Below is additional information unique to our neighborhood found in "SECTION IX" of the building restriction codes: TRANSFORMER VAULTS AND EASEMENTS: To serve the sites in Lake Terrace Subdivision with an electrical underground system, Transformer Vaults will be erected in the interior of certain Squares, as indicated on the Map of Lake Terrace, File No. 2913 These Vaults will be constructed of brick and concrete. They will have a base of approximately 16 feet 4 inches square and a height of 8 feet. To provide access to these vaults for maintenance purposes, 12 foot easements will be provided for the use of the New Orleans Public Service Inc,. as indicated on the Map of Lake Terrace. The areas on which these easements and transformers rest will be owned by the Orleans Levee Board, except in Squares Nos. 6, 27, 32, and 33, where public walks are provided to conform to the regulations of the City Planning and Zoning Commission, in which case the walks will be widened to 12 feet to permit their use by the New Orleans Public Service Inc., In this case the easements are public property and will be dedicated to the City of New Orleans. All of these easements will be paved with concrete and are not to be used by vehicles, except those of the New Orleans Public Service Inc., In their maintenance of equipment in the transformer vaults. On the lots listed below there are indicated on the plan of Lake Terrace Subdivision four (4) foot easements, which are reserved for underground electrical conduits and cables to be installed and maintained by the New Orleans Public Service Inc., as part of the Electrical Distribution System serving the residents of Lake Terrace Subdivision. The conduits will be encased in concrete and will be at least three (3) feet below ground surface, which will permit landscape plantings and erection of permissible structures under Section V. ​ Although the probability is remote, repairs to the conduits may become necessary, and in such an event, the New Orleans Public Service Inc., has the right to enter these easements to make the necessary repairs. When such repairs have been completed, the New Orleans Public Service Inc., will be responsible to restore the surface of the easements to their original condition upon completion of said work.
  • COX COMMUNICATIONS
    https://www.cox.com/local/residential/la/new-orleans Address: 3131 Elysian Fields Ave, New Orleans, LA 70122 Phone: (504) 358-6972
  • ROAD CONSTRUCTION
    VISIT THIS LINK FOR CURRENT ROAD PROJECT SCHEDULES and STATUS
  • GARDEN CLUB
    Visit the Garden Club Page

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