The Lakefront Management Authority was created to manage the Non-Flood Assets of the Orleans Levee District.
The Non-Flood Protection assets of the Orleans Levee District were segmented from that agency and placed under the control of the Louisiana Division of Administration with a small local staff to manage the facilities.
The Louisiana Legislature created the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East as oversite for East Jefferson, Orleans, and Lake Borne Basin Levee Districts’ flood protection.
Hurricane Katrina devastates New Orleans
South Shore Harbor Marina opens
The Lake Vista Community Center is constructed.
Orleans Marina (Formerly The Inner Yacht Harbor) is transferred to the control of the OLD
Lake Oaks is established
Lake Terrace is established
Lakeshore (East) is established
Lakeshore (West) is established
Lake Vista (East) is established
Lake Vista (West) is established
Lakefront airport and the Terminal Building (Formerly the Shushan Terminal) is dedicated on February 10, 1934 with the Pan American Air Races
OLD begins constructing Lakefront Airport
Lakefront reclamation project completed
Act 292 of the Legislature authorized the OLD to dedicate, construct, operate, and maintain public parks, beaches, marinas, aviation fields, and other like facilities
Orleans Levee District (OLD) created by Act 93 of the Louisiana Legislature