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Published by: Danielle Amelie Viguerie on Mar 03, 2011
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While we want all of our citizens andvisitors to have a safe and enjoyableMardi Gras, we understand that unfortunate eventssometimes occur. In the event you need additionalinformation or assistance you may wish to contact thefollowing agencies:
Police Assistance
New Orleans Police Department715 South Broad StreetNew Orleans, LAwww.nopd.com
(504) 821-2222
If a friend or familyMember is arrested
Orleans Parish Criminal Sheri819 South Broad StreetNew Orleans, LA 70119-7418Phone: (504) 822-8000www.opcso.org
If your vehicle is towed
City of New Orleans Auto Pound400 North Claiborne AvenueNew Orleans, LA 70112Phone: (504) 565-7450 or (504) 565-7451
Visitor Information
New Orleans CVB: (504) 566-5011www.neworleanscvb.com
Enjoy the Parade!
Remember the Neutral Ground (Median) is publicproperty and it is illegal to “rope o ” or barricade areasfor private use.Glass containers are prohibited on the parade route.You may cross the street before and aer the parade, atany break in the barricade, but rememberto watch for tra  c.If you must cross the street during the parade, check witha Police O  cer and they will tell you when or where it issafe to do so.Do not enter barricaded areas of the parade route withoutchecking with a Police O  cer. O� en these areas arebarricaded for the safety of paradeparticipants and a endees.Do not place ladders, ice chests, chairs, or other itemsin intersections. These areas must be kept clear to allowemergency vehicles access to the parade route if needed.Do not be o ended if Police O  cers assigned to theparade route are hesitant to retrieve beads or other itemsthrown from the  oats. Doing so takes them away fromtheir primary duty, which is to vigilantly monitor thecrowd for potential problems and ensure your safety.
Mardi Grassafety tips
Your guide to a safeCarnival season
“Building a safer city for our residents and visitorsthrough collaboration andCommunication.”
Ronal W. Serpas, Superintendent of Police
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