FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
OPCD Celebrates The Successful
Launch of NOLA-311 After Merger Is Complete
NEW ORLEANS (JANUARY 2, 2019) – The Orleans Parish Communication District (OPCD) and the City of New Orleans collectively celebrate the successful consolidation of NOLA-311 services into the already existing emergency communications center. Additionally, OPCD launched new functionality that allows citizens to submit 3-1-1 service requests online and receive subsequent notification as they request is managed.
“This is a true example of government being intentional in our efforts to provide the best access as possible. OPCD proudly took on this challenge and we are excited to be at this point, today ”, says OPCD Executive Director Tyrell Morris.
To submit a 3-1-1 service request online, visit: https://nola.gov/311/
About the Orleans Parish Communication District
Formed in 1982, the Orleans Parish Communication District is the PSAP for all emergency communications via 9-1-1 within Orleans Parish. The agency employs over 150 individuals and provides emergency medical dispatch, emergency fire dispatch, and emergency police dispatch for the millions of annual visitors and residents of the City of New Orleans. OPCD is a member of the Association of Public Safety Communication Officials (APCO) and the National Emergency Number Association (NENA).