Water Where It Is Not Supposed to be in the Greater Baton Rouge Area
If you were affected by the recent flooding and need help gutting your home, Mid City Redevelopment Alliance is responding!
Please print, complete, and fax the application below to (225) 344-6171.
We will call to arrange a site visit and schedule the work.
To Do Our Work, We Need Your Help!
We are working to assist families devastated by recent flooding in the Greater Baton Rouge Area.
You can help by raising funds, purchasing & shipping items, and/or making tax-deductible contributions
If you would like to send items, we are receiving at our warehouse located at
419 N 19th Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70802.
To make delivery arrangements, please call (225) 620-8499.
We are distributing items as quickly as they arrive to affected households and we are providing space to our friends at:
OFFICE OF MAYOR-PRESIDENT HOLDEN
CAPITAL AREA UNITED WAY
FAMILY ROAD OF GREATER BATON ROUGE
TOGETHER, our partners are moving the inventory around the affected area to stock distribution sites as well.
SAVE THE DATE...RESCHEDULED!!!
2016 Mid City Redevelopment Alliance
Thursday, OCTOBER 27th 6:00-8:00pm
Boudreaux's 2647 Government Street
Reverend Mary E. Moody Medal of Lifetime Achievement Honorees:
Gwen Hamilton Steve Carville
Baton Rouge General Community of Caring Award Honorees:
For More Event Information Click HERE
With many thanks to our sponsors:
LES Federal Credit Union
It's a Game Changer!
Click hereto see the results of CREATIVE PLACEMAKING
IMPORTANT TAX NEWS!!!
Increased Sales Taxes Affects
Tax-Free Mid City Cultural District
Effective April 1, 2016, the state tax exemption for original art sold in the Mid City Cultural District was suspended. The total sales tax is 3% from July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2018
ClickHerefor Tax Update Info
MLK Day 2016
See Our Impact
Board of Directors
Melanie Hanks, Providence Engineering, Chair Kendall Johnson, Baton Rouge General, 1st Vice-Chair
Margaret Read, Coldwell Banker One Realtors, Secretary Jackie Patin, LES Federal Credit Union, Treasurer
Aneatra Boykin, LA Dept of Children & Family Services Meri Burroughs, Cox Communications
Rex Cabaniss, WHLC Architecture Fairleigh Cook Jackson, Foundation for a Historical LA
Ryan Holcomb, City-Parish Planning Commission David Mullens, Capital One Bank
Andy Piner, Venyu Theo Richards, CATS
Jim Urdiales, Mestizo's Leslie Brown Vincent, Shiloh Baptist Church
We thank these community leaders for their volunteer service to Mid City Redevelopment Alliance, the Mid City region and the City of Baton Rouge
Register to Volunteer
Click HERE to let us know that you would like to join our Volunteer Team!
Click HERE to get started
See if you qualify for HAP Assistance
The mission of Mid City Redevelopment Alliance is to develop and promote the growth and renewal of the Mid City region of Baton Rouge by attracting new and retaining current residents and businesses
419 N. 19th Street,
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Mid City Redevelopment Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with over 20 years of responsible stewardship of resources granted to support its operations and programs.
Your investment in our efforts are appreciated and will be directed to an array of community improvement efforts aimed at revitalizing the heart of Baton Rouge.
All donations are tax-deductible