HOLY CROSS NEIGHBORHOOD
New Orleans, Louisiana
Established in 1981, HCNA’s primary goal has been to improve the living conditions and serve the needs of our residents, while preserving the cultural and architectural heritage of our area.
We are 39 YEARS STRONG!
Meet our Featured Resident:
Ms. Mable was born in the Lower Nine. She still loves to garden, and has worked her entire life doing a variety of different things, including selling African style dolls she makes for her French Market stall.
“I have the best view in the city. Time is passing by, I don’t want to be obligated to anyone. If you’re obligated to someone, then you aren’t your own boss.”
(see more on News page)
Learn about what we do and our neighborhood. Meet our Board, Founders, and Committees. Learn how you can help serve your community.
Find our calendar, with times and descriptions of events here. Please join us at our neighborhood meetings, which are open to all. NEXT MEETING: September 17th by Zoom. We have some political candidates speak. Will announce who after confirmed.
Find links to valuable city services such as permitting, code enforcement, HDLC Guidelines, NOPD and information on other valuable neighborhood services.
IN LIGHT OF the PRECUTIONS TO TAKE to help STOP the Spread of CORONAVIRUS: all meetings will be by Zoom. Some good links to appropriate guidelines are found at the following links:
EXCITING NEWS: HCNA awarded CleanUp NOLA Grant! Look for ways to volunteer and participate.
PLEASE JOIN US SATURDAY, SEPT. 12th and SATURDAY, SEPT. 19th!
Learn about about our membership levels and opportunities here.
Read updates from our Association, our community and find links to articles the area.
See our Bylaws, Policies, and Neighborhood Meeting Minutes.
HCNA works with local, city and state officials and agencies to promote the well being of our area. We want and need your input and support. If you’d like to make a donation with Paypal, please click below.
Find out more about CleanUpNola here!
Get In Touch
Join with HCNA AND Citizens Against Widening The Industrial Canal to oppose the Lock Project by visiting www.stopthelock.com or email John Koeferl for more information at email@example.com. Sign the petition against the lock at: https://www.change.org/p/u-s-congress-tell-congress-to-stop-a-dangerous-canal-project-in-new-orleans-stopthelock
We meet at 6:30 pm, the third Thursday of every month. Come by at: Villa St. Maurice 500 St. Maurice Ave. Enter through rear parking lot