The Greater New Orleans population was approximately 1.4 million people prior to Hurricane Katrina (the metro area had rebounded to 1.2 million since, according to the Census Bureau). Within the city limits of New Orleans itself, the population was 484,674 people (according to the 2000 U.S. census). Since Hurricane Katrina, while the Census Bureau put 223,000 in July 2006 their CNN.com Hurricane Katrina report "One Year Later" put 250,000 people in New Orleans as of late summer 2006", but excluded from that were the large number of reconstruction workers currently residing in the city the actual number of tax payers in New Orleans as of 2007 remains unknown.
Some interesting places to visit in New Orleans would include the French Quarter, Cafe Du Monde, Bourbon Street, Mardi Gras, Preservation Hall, Aquarium Of The Americas, Jazz and Heritage Festival, Garden District, French Market, St. Louis Cathedral, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, Jazz Fest, Audubon Zoo, Riverwalk, Soniat House, Voodoo Music Experience, House Of Blues, and Tulane University.
|New Orleans Traffic Cams||Live traffic cams based in New Orleans Louisiana from Louisiana department of transportation.|
|Downtown Web Cams||
Multiple webcams from WWLT capture the happenings in New Orleans, Louisianna.
|BourboCam||Still shots and live video from the corner of Bourbon Street and St. Peter in New Orleans.|
|Bourbon Street WebCam||View of the corner of Bourbon and Iberville in New Orleans, Louisianna. 20 second updates.|
|Fess Cam||Watch live performances inside the legendary Tipitinas in the heart of New Orleans, Louisiana.|
|Joel-TV||A look inside Joel's dormatory life at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisianna. 45 second updates.|
|Mike Anderson's Seafood Restaurant's Bourbon Street Cam!||Mike's soon to be famous Bourbon Street Cam. Image updates every 3 minutes.|
|NBC Intellicast, New Orleans||Satellite image of the weather over New Orleans. Updated every three hours.|
|NOLA Old Man River Cam||Live images and video of the Mississippi River from the 24th floor of an office building in downtown New Orleans.|
|NoLa.com: KaraokeCAM||Streaming view of the stage inside the Cats Meow in New Orleans, Louisianna.|
|NoLa.com: OysterCAM||Watch oyster shucking and slurping live at Acme Oyster House, in the heart of the French Quarter, in New Orleans, Louisianna.|
|NoLa.com: ZoomCAM||Zoom in for close-ups on Bourbon Street from Cats Meow in New Orleans, Louisianna.|
|Tropical Isle Bourbon Street WebCam||View of the corner of Bourbon and Orleans in New Orleans, Louisianna. 20 second updates.|