A Service-Driven Life

Councilmember Jared C. Brossett was born, raised, and educated in New Orleans. He’s a graduate of McDonogh 35 and Xavier University and a lifelong resident of District D. Councilmember Brossett has dedicated his life to serving his community and making our city a better place to live. Everyday, he is energized by the opportunity to bring people together to take on some of our city’s toughest issues on New Orleans City Council.

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Glad to honor the Louis Martinet Legal Society as it celebrates 60 years of fighting racial injustice and social disparities. ... See MoreSee Less

‪We welcomed the Historic Faubourg Treme Association to the City Council Chamber to share the festivities planned for the 3rd Annual Treme Festival! ‬ ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you New Orleans Tribune for a thoughtful discussion about the future of New Orleans! We discussed many topics during my interview including the Sewerage and Water Board. I'm open to councilmembers being on the SWB but a State Senators and Representatives should also be on the board if it will continue to be a state entity. Click on the Tribune's post to watch my entire interview! ... See MoreSee Less

Trib Talk is live with District D Councilman Jared Brossett, who is vying to hold on to his seat in the Oct. 14 primary.

Glad to be at the Voters East of the Industrial Canal Forum discussing issues that matter to New Orleans East and the entire city! ... See MoreSee Less

The Third District covers much of District D, and their newly renovated facility will enhance officers’ ability to protect and serve residents. Moreover, we observe the launch of a new recruit class, and with the pay plan modifications announced earlier this summer, we look towards continued growth and improvement of our police force. These critical investments in capital improvements are building a stronger District D and New Orleans. ... See MoreSee Less