The Broadmoor Improvement Association is the civic association of the Broadmoor area in New Orleans. It provides resources to residents and business owners on schools, libraries, municipal services, and events.
The Greater New Orleans Community Data Center (GNCDC) is a product of Greater New Orleans Nonprofit Knowledge Works. The Center houses post Katrina data and information to support planning organizations in recovery aid, research, and redevelopment.
The Brookings Institution's "New Orleans Index: Tracking Recovery in the Region" is a second anniversary report which analyses dozens of indicators of social and economic health as well as public services and infrastructure for the New Orleans region since Hurricane Katrina.
The Brookings Institution's Katrina Reading Room compiles Katrina-related research from four participating organizations in to one comprehensive list.
The Louisiana Recovery Authority was created by Governor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco to plan for the recovery and rebuilding of Louisiana following Hurricane Katrina.
The New Orleans Plan Database is an archive of the multiple New Orleans recovery organizations and their plans.
The City of New Orleans Data Portal provides access to raw data about the recovery and rebuilding of the city.
The U.S. Census Bureau Hurricane Data Center provides current information about hurricanes and emergency preparedness.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Hurricane Katrina Flood Recovery Maps show water elevation imaging and indexes the hardest hit counties and parishes in Mississippi and Louisiana.
Louisiana State University’s Katrina and Rita Clearinghouse Cooperative is the hub of the university’s data collection on Hurricane Katrina's destruction and redevelopment.
The Louisiana Geographic Information Center’s Hurricane Response Mapping site displays past and real-time hurricane and tropical storm weather information in addition to evacuation guides.