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2024 Open Houses

You're invited to attend our series of open houses in May 2024 about the Louisiana International Terminal.

The Louisiana International Terminal is the largest economic development project in Louisiana. We've been working closely with elected officials and industry partners to develop a project that will create opportunities for St. Bernard Parish and Louisiana for generations to come. Now, we want to share our progress and talk about the next steps of this project.

Join us to:

  • Explore current and future job opportunities and training programs.
  • Learn about small business and procurement processes.
  • Provide feedback on community amenities and infrastructure.
  • Gain insight into the upcoming steps as we move toward construction.

The Louisiana International Terminal has brought together various resources and agencies. St. Bernard residents have an opportunity to take advantage of the project to support and leverage community needs. 

Open House Schedule

Thursday, May 9

4:00 – 7:00 PM

Granderson Hunter Fellowship Hall

2425 Beachhead Lane, Violet, LA 70092


Wednesday, May 15

4:00 – 7:00 PM

St. Bernard Port, Harbor and
Terminal District

100 Port Boulevard, Chalmette, LA 70043


Thursday, May 16

4:00 – 7:00 PM

Granderson Hunter Fellowship Hall

2425 Beachhead Lane, Violet, LA 70092


All three events will cover the same material.

Join us for the latest information on:

  • The need for a terminal // Why Violet
  • Terminal layout, construction, and operations
  • Job and training opportunities
  • Project impacts
  • Traffic and the St. Bernard Transportation Corridor
  • And other key topics

Group 108.pngUnable to attend in person?

All meeting materials are available online through August 30, 2024.

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Drop by an open house at any time during the event. There will be no formal presentations. Instead, project team members will be available at stations according to topic to answer questions, hear feedback, and facilitate discussion.

The Louisiana International Terminal project is currently in the design and permitting phase of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' environmental review process, which is required to receive permits for construction. Port NOLA anticipates construction will begin in 2025.