Request #19-3589
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Copy of the certificate(s) of occupancy for the property located at 914-920 Union Street & 329 & 333 Baronne Street.

 

As well, I need the following information:

  • If a property were found to not have a certificate of occupancy on file, would this bring about any adverse action or violation against the property?
  • Would a new owner or change of use require a new certificate of occupancy?

Received

June 5, 2019 via web


Due

June 10, 2019


Departments

Safety and Permits


Requester

Cody Carter

Documents

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Staff

Point of Contact

Daniel Shedd

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Mr. Carter:

 

The Department of Safety and Permits has advised that it has no certificates of occupancy for the addresses provided. The City has no responsive records. Regarding your questions concerning the obligations to have a certificate of occupancy, this is not a request for a public record. Your question can be directed to the Department of Safety and Permits. Contact information can be found here: https://www.nola.gov/safety-and-permits/

 

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).

 

City Attorney's Office
1300 Perdido St., Ste. 5E03
New Orleans, LA 70112

June 7, 2019, 11:51am
Request Published Public
June 7, 2019, 11:51am
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Safety and Permits
June 5, 2019, 2:11pm
Request Opened Public
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June 5, 2019, 2:11pm