Posted January 10, 2020 at 11:41 AM by Amanda Frentz
Online golf magazine Golf Advisor has announced the 2019 Golfers’ Choice: Best Louisiana Golf Courses. New Orleans City Park is proud to announce Bayou Oaks at City Park has been named one of fifteen top golf courses in Louisiana.
The annual Golf Advisor state Golfers' Choice lists are compiled by analyzing the ratings and reviews submitted by members of the review community throughout the year. Golf Advisor uses their Golf Advisor...
Posted January 10, 2020 at 10:30 AM by Amanda Frentz
Our Sustainability department would like to share this informaiton with you so you can BEE friendly.
Happy New Year! As we start the New Year, we are taking the time to think about everything we are grateful for. At the top of our list are pollinators - the bees, butterflies, flies, wasps, moths, beetles, bats, birds and other creatures that play a crucial role in pollinating majority of the flowering plants...
Posted January 6, 2020 at 11:53 AM by Amanda Frentz
Business People of the Year: Biz New Orleans Magazine: Introducing the transformative thirteen of 2019
Dr. Robert W. Becker: CEO, CITY PARK IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION
New Orleans City Park’s live oaks and lagoons have witnessed incredible change throughout the park’s 166-year history, but the park is about to close out one of its most challenging and successful eras as Dr. Robert W. Becker — CEO of City...
Posted January 2, 2020 at 10:17 AM by Amanda Frentz
Online review site Trip Advisor has announced the 7 Gorgeous Green Spaces in Some of the World’s Biggest Cities. New Orleans City Park is proud to be named one of seven ‘gorgeous spaces’ and the only in New Orleans mentioned. With its many attractions, events, and open green spaces, City Park’s 1300 acres is a dream destination for anyone year-round.
“Parks are critically important components of...
Posted December 27, 2019 at 11:12 AM by Amanda Frentz
We believe a clean, safe and active public Park is essential to a healthy, thriving community, and we need your support to keep City Park growing!
The Park receives minimal public funds to maintain its 1,300 acres. Our ability to care for the Park’s historic oaks, beautiful gardens, family-friendly playgrounds, nature trails, golf courses, tennis courts, fountains, festival grounds, and pavilions is dependent on individuals just like you.