The City Planning Commission and Department of Safety and Permits have advised that they do not have records responsive to your request.
The Department of Code Enforcement has two files. Both of those files relate to violations for overgrown weeds (over 18 inches high) and potential rodent harborage associated with the overgrown weeds. If you want to purchase these Code Enforcement records, you may purchase them for $11.50 (23 pages @ $0.50/page).
Please be advised that the Fire Department will respond to this request separately.
Also please note, for your convenience and future reference, that the City maintains information on code violations, building violations, zoning, certificates of occupancy, and more online. The following websites may provide information you may be looking for in the future:
property.nola.gov has property information regarding zoning, conditional uses, future land use, overlays and interim zoning districts, local historic districts, national register of historic places, neighborhood conservation districts, and more.
https://onestopapp.nola.gov/ has property information on certificates of occupancy, building permits, plans, inspections, violations, and more (from 2013-present).
To review or purchase your records in person, please contact the City Attorney's Office Public Records Team at 504-658-9800 to schedule a day and time.
Fees - We accept cash (please pay exact amount), check, or money order payable to the City of New Orleans.
Mail or pick-up - You may remit payment and retrieve the records directly from our receptionist. Or you may mail payment to our office; upon receipt of payment we will mail the records to the address you provide.
Please schedule a day and time with our office prior to picking up records to ensure that the records are with the receptionist. Or you may mail payment to our office; upon receipt of payment we will mail the records to the address you provide.
Mail to or pick-up from:
City Attorney's Office
1300 Perdido St., Ste. 5E03
New Orleans, LA 70112