Kenner Community Health Center was the first state-certified health center to open its doors in a Louisiana mall. Opened in 1991, the Pontchartrain Center itself is one of the largest health centers in Louisiana and the second largest in Louisiana. Opened in 1990, it is the third largest medical center in New Orleans, after Louisiana Medical Center in Baton Rouge and Louisiana Children's Hospital.
Opened in 1983, the Esplanade Mall itself is one of the two largest shopping centers in Kenner, south of the intersection of Williams Boulevard and Lake Pontchartrain. The facility is currently being renovated and expanded for $1.5 million, creating an enhanced passenger experience that enhances the spirit of New Orleans through the distinctive culture that characterizes local restaurants. Opened in 1983, it's the second largest shopping mall in Louisiana and the only casino located just a mile from Lakeside, where it's connected to the Mississippi River. Treasure Chest Casino, docked at the intersection of Williams Avenue and St. Charles Boulevard, is the first of two large shopping centers located on the west side of Kennebunkport, less than a mile from Louisiana State University's campus. The Es Planade shopping centre, which opened in 1983, is the largest of its kind in the state.
The Pontchartrain Center, located on the beautiful shores of Lake Pont, has over 70,000 square feet of space and has undergone more than $1.5 million in renovations in recent years.
Also close to the playground and baseball field is the Bertolino Gymnasium, which is used for basketball and volleyball. Theodore Roosevelt Middle School is the only middle school in the nation to open in 1928. It is divided into an eastern zone for the area, with an eastern - south and west - zone for high school students. The only high schools in Kenner are the quake-prone Alfred Bonnabel High School, which is on the border with Metairie and Kennebunkport, the only one in town.
Kenner was founded by Minor Kenner on land consisting of three plantation properties that his family bought at the end of the 19th century as part of the Kennebunkport - Metairie area of Louisiana. Minor, who founded it himself in 1812 with the help of his father and grandfather, and the land consisted of four plantations and three estates on the east and west sides of the city, as well as three plantations on both estates that had been bought for his families.
In the 1960s, he helped build Kennebunkport - Metairie International Airport, the first of its kind in Louisiana. In 1960 she helped to build the first Kenner School and to create a public school system in her area.
The population is spread over the whole city, with 8-9% being 65 years or older. The population is distributed throughout the city, with 8% to 7% of the population 65 years and older and another 8% -9% 65 years old - or - old.
The racial makeup of the city is predominantly black, white and brown, with a small percentage of Hispanics, African Americans, Asians, Latinos and Native Americans. The racial makeup of this city is mostly black and white and a bit, but not much more, of everyone.
In 2000, Hispanics made up 14% of the population, and six census districts had more than 15% of the Hispanic population. Of all tracts of the U.S. Census Bureau in 2000, 12 had a Hispanic population of 15 or more. A census tract had the highest percentage of Hispanics in the city (14.5%) and the second highest percentage of African Americans (7.7%).
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.5 million square miles (2.3 million acres), including 1 million acres of land and 1,000 acres of water. In 2000, there were 66,975 people living in Kenner, an increase of 3.2 million from the last census in 1990. At the 2000 census, 2,826 people of color, or 0.7% of the total population, lived in cities.
The average wind speed is less than 1.0 km / h per hour and lies in each of the four directions. The lightly tinted area within the border are the hours spent in the city of Kenner, Louisiana County and New Orleans State. This excludes the boundaries within 1,000 acres of Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Charles, as well as the boundaries of Baton Rouge and St. Charles Parish. These boundaries are the areas within 2.5 million square miles (3.3 million acres) of land and 1 million hectares of water.
Due to the increasing degree days alone, the first spring blooms appear in Kenner between March 1 and April 1, 2014 and appear from January 1 to April 30, 2015. The least humid day of the year is January 23, with 5 times humid and 4 times less warm weather. Based on tourist numbers, there are on average 1.5 days of warm weather activities per year, which are visited by those who visit connoisseurs for warmer weather activities.