Columbia Parc at the Bayou District
Now Leasing Welcome to June
BRANCH OUT e-newsletter | 2014 | June

The Pro Bono Project
Site-Based Wait List Opening
Hurricane Preparedness
Happy Summer!

Bayou District Neighborhood News
The Pro Bono Project
The Pro Bono Project will be in the Columbia Parc clubhouse on the last Monday of each month to provide free legal services to Columbia Parc residents. We encourage you to take advantage of this valuable resource. For more information, contact an associate with The Pro Bono Project at
Site-Based Wait List Opening
The site-based wait list for the Public Housing Subsidized Rental Assistance Units at Heritage at Columbia Parc is now open. All members of the household must be 62 years of age or older. Please contact the management office at 504-282-0082 for more information.
Hurricane Preparedness

Please Join Kingsley House as we designate the month of June as Hurricane Disaster Preparedness Month. Come and listen to officials discuss key issues that may impact you and your family. Location: Columbia Parc clubhouse. Time and date is to be determined.

Happy Summer!
Schools out, and it’s time for summer break! Our community is filled with multiple activities for your child to participate in throughout the summer. For an in-depth look at all available Summer Camp options, check out this New Orleans guide.

Bayou District Foundation

Bayou District Foundation is a 501(c)3 non profit organization dedicated to the healthy revitalization and sustainability of the Bayou District and surrounding neighborhoods through quality education, housing and recreation opportunities.

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Bayou District Neighborhood News
Community Health Issue

Now open weekdays, 8 AM–5 PM. Located within Columbia Parc at the corner of Caton and St. Bernard, near Heritage Senior Living.

A St. Thomas Community Health Clinic staff member will be manning the March of Dimes bus at the same location, weekdays, 10 AM–2 PM. Receive help in accessing Affordable Health Care and in Medicaid or Marketplace enrollment. Contact the STCHC by phone:
504-529-5558 or visit