P.O. Box 174, 5721 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115
The Association is bounded by the Mississippi River to the south; both sides of Camp Street to the north; Jefferson Avenue to the east; and Exposition Boulevard to the west.
President / Director:
Sara Meadows Tolleson
A. The Audubon Riverside Neighborhood Association (the “Association”) is organized exclusively for the following non-profit, charitable, civic and community purposes:
1. To promote the safe, quiet, family friendly ambiance that is the hallmark of the neighborhood; to protect the basic character and building scale of the neighborhood against increased density and traffic; to pursue beautification and improvements to the public green spaces.
2. To facilitate good relations between commercial interests and residents through communication, education and mutual understanding of land use and zoning possibilities; to encourage and support locally owned small business which provide basic services to the neighborhood as well as small boutiques, antique shops and restaurants that offer fine shopping and dining opportunities.
3. To promote historic preservation and to encourage restoration of the neighborhood through educational workshops and to study opportunities offered by landmark designation. The entire neighborhood boundaries lie within a National Registered Historic District.
4. To promote neighborliness and encourage a friendly association among neighborhood residents.
5. To be an instrument of political liaison and to represent the views and interest of its members to elected officials, city services, police, port and park authorities, and with other neighborhood associations and community organizations.