Governance - New Orleans City Park

Governance


The New Orleans City Park Improvement Association (NOCPIA) is the state agency that oversees and ensures performance management regarding City Park.

The City Park Conservancy (CPC) is the 501(c)3 that operates the day-to-day of the Park and oversees programming, fundraising and membership management of the 1,300-acre Park.

The Cooperative Endeavor Agreement (CEA) governs the oversight and management standards for City Park between CPIA and CPC, which outlines obligations of both parties.

New Orleans City Park Improvement Association Commissioners

Officers

David Waller, Chair
Lori Savoie, Vice Chair
Myrialis King, Treasurer
Larry Katz, Secretary

At-Large

Doug Adams
Emily Arata
Karen Nabonne Coaxum
Larry Dale
Joe Giarrusso
Dessa Giffin
Eugene Green
Noah N. Hardie
Lawrence Katz 
Peggy Scott Laborde
William R. LeCorgne, Jr., P.E
Walter J. Leger, Jr. 
Robert Edward Smith Lupo 
Adam McNeil
Stephen P. Pate
Matthew Sherman 
Paul Sterbcow

City Park Conservancy Board Members

Officers

Liz Sloss, Chair
Mayra Pineda, Vice Chair
Karen Deblieux, Treasurer
Bryan Fitzpatrick, Secretary

At-Large

Jay Batt
Jeffrey Birdsong
Richard Cahn
J. Storey Charbonnet
Filippo Feoli
Carro Gardner
Tania Hahn
Deanna Rodriguez
Richard Rodriguez
Chenier Taylor
Doug Thornton
Lindsey Wands
Guy Williams


The New Orleans City Park Improvement Association (NOCPIA) is the state agency that oversees and ensures performance management regarding City Park.


The City Park Conservancy (CPC) is the 501(c)3 that operates the day-to-day of the Park and oversees programming, fundraising and membership management of the 1,300-acre Park.


The Cooperative Endeavor Agreement (CEA) governs the oversight and management standards for City Park between CPIA and CPC, which outlines the obligations of both parties.

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Due to a special event at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), on Friday, December 2, the inbound entrance to Lelong Drive into City Park by the NOMA will be closed from 7AM to 7PM, in addition to surrounding streets, including Enrique Alferez Drive and Collins Diboll Circle.  For Celebration in the Oaks entrance impact, click here: Maps & Directions – Celebration in the Oaks.