History and Mission Statement


In December 2005, MQVN CDC, along with community leaders, launched one of the first neighborhood planning processes in the City of New Orleans involving extensive survey collection, targeted focus groups, one-on-ones, community wide meetings and a major design charrette to develop a vision and concepts for community redevelopment. The findings and priorities identified by community members gave MQVN CDC a series of recommendation to formulate its mission, key strategies and program priorities.


​MQVN CDC will be a credible advocate of equality for all residents in the Greater New Orleans area who desire self-determination, sustainability, harmony and accessibility to rights and services. We aim to foster quality community development, resiliency and celebration of cultures.

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