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.



The City will host a flood recovery resource center this week to provide flood-affected residents and businesses with access to additional information and resources.

The resource center will be at the Corpus Christi-Epiphany Community Resource Center at 2022 St. Bernard Ave, (entrance at the corner of N. Galvez Street and Onzaga Street) during the following days and times:

Wednesday, Aug. 16, 3pm to 7pm;
Thursday, Aug. 17, 3pm to 7pm;
Friday, Aug. 18, 10am to 2pm; and
Saturday, Aug. 18, 10am to 2pm.
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‪CrescentCare Community Health Center is coming to District D. It will offer quality care at low to no cost to the entire community with or without insurance! ‬ ... See MoreSee Less

‪Sharing my concerns about what we did and didn't hear yesterday from the Administration, Homeland Security, Department of Public Works, & Army Corps and how to move forward. As I said yesterday, why‬ wait until hurricane season to do maintenance on pumps that were not operational? ‪Additionally, DPW's budget was increased in 2017 to address the catch basin backlog. Funding shouldn't be an issue or excuse. ... See MoreSee Less

My colleagues and I discussing our concerns with the pumping stations ability to handle a heavy rain storm. We're having a special Council meeting on Tuesday to get answers from the Sewerage & Water Board. The time will be announced soon. NOLA City Council ... See MoreSee Less