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The Security Millage Provides the Following Services:

- 24/7 Security Patrol

- House Checks when requested

- Mail pick up when out of town

- Escorts to ensure safety

Want an escort home? Walking your dog after dark? Going on summer vacation?

Call Metro Security 835-5421

    Metro Security Services:

    • Follow you home and wait while you get inside safely
    • Keep an eye on your house while you're out of town
    • Investigate suspicious activity
    • Respond to alarm activation
    • And More!


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Touro Bouligny Security District (TBSD) ...Your Safety is Our Only Concern

The Touro-Bouligny Security District (TBSD) promotes and encourages security in the area within the following boundaries: Uptown side of Napoleon Ave to and including the uptown side of Louisiana Ave and from the river side of St Charles to and including and river side of Magazine St.

The security district is governed by a nine-member board consisting of the neighborhood association president and four association appointees, plus representatives of the mayor and local city council member, state representative and state senator. The district contracts Metro Security for services including 24-hour security patrols, alarm response, property checks and escorts.

TBSD has already installed 30 security cameras in the neighborhood.

For more information on the cameras: Click the security tab

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Touro Bouligny Neighborhood Association

The Touro Bouligny Neighborhood Association is a nonprofit organization that seeks to preserve the character of its central Uptown neighborhood. It also appoints the majority of the board of the Touro Bouligny Security District.

The association defines its boundaries as the roughly 70 blocks between St. Charles Avenue and Magazine Street, between Napoleon Avenue and Louisiana Avenue, an area that includes Touro Infirmary. The association represents approximately 3,000 people in 1,888 homes and more than 100 businesses.

The neighborhood association is governed by a 14-member board of Touro Bouligny property owners and renters. Its president is Rella Zapletal. In addition to monitoring property-use issues, the neighborhood sponsors anti-crime activities, neighborhood-improvement contests and a monthly newsletter. To sign up for the e-newsletter email