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At her request, upon her death in 1914, New Orleans philanthropist Sara Lavinia Hyamsí jewelry collection (valued at $30,000/at that time) was sold and the proceeds were used to construct a fountain for the children of New Orleans. The fountain is located inside the gates of Carousel Gardens.

LATEST BLOG POST: City Park Recovery Update + Reopening

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Now, nearly two weeks after Hurricane Ida made landfall, the Park has made significant strides in addressing fallen trees and removing countless tons of debris.  Our urban tree canopy was significantly impacted, along with other Park amenities. Much more work remains.

We are grateful for the resiliency of this urban greenspace.  Things could have been much worse. City Park acted just as a Park should, a big green sponge, absorbing water and mitigating its effects on adjacent neighborhoods.

Park staff and contractors are still performing post-storm tree assessments throughout the 1,300 acres of the Park. Please use caution while in the Park, and avoid...

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