The City of Kenner is the sixth largest city in the State of Louisiana located within the beautiful Jefferson Parish. With its excellent housing and schools as well as its highly engaged, business-friendly government, the city of Kenner has much to offer in terms of quality-of-life amenities balanced with a healthy business climate.
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Kenner has an advantageous and accessible location, with Interstate-10 bisecting the city and U.S. Highway 61 (Airline Highway) running parallel to the interstate in the southern part of the city. Kenner is home to the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport and is served directly by two Class I railways. The Port of New Orleans is located within 12 miles of Kenner. While Kenner is a place where adults can certainly have a great time, it also offers a great family setting as well. Museum, city park, the zoo and aquarium offer so many different adventures for everyone in the family.
If you love music, nightlife and fantastic multicultural events, a move to Kenner just might be what you’re looking for coupled with the fact that you don’t need to worry over house cleaning service because Geaux Maids house cleaning services will always take care of that when it matters most.
Located along the Mississippi River, Kenner has a lot of places of interest such as the Pontchartrain Center, the second largest convention center in the New Orleans metro area, Chateau Golf and Country Club, one of the only three golf courses in East Jefferson, and also Airboat Tours by Arthur Matherne.