Sep 26 2016 Mayor Fischer moves his office to IdeaFestival; work space to include ‘parklet’ prototype

For the sixth year, Mayor Greg Fischer and his leadership team are relocating their offices to the IdeaFestival in an effort designed to encourage breakt

Sep 26 2016 Louisville Loop section to be closed Oct. 3

MSD to repair Levee Trail section for one month

Crews from MAC Construction, contracted by the Louisville Metropolitan Sewer District, will begin work on a 2.12-mile section of the Louisville Loop Oct. 3 resulting in closures of the trail for up to a month.

Sep 26 2016 Public Health and Wellness to Hold Diabetes and Nutrition Classes

The Department of Public Health and Wellness and its community partners will hold nutrition and diabetes prevention and self-management classes.  All classes are free.  Classes are as follows:

Nutrition Basics Class

Tuesday, September 27, 1:00 p.m., Shelby Park Community Center, 600 E. Oak St.

Learn the basic of healthy eating!  This class is useful for those with diabetes as well as for the general public.

Sep 26 2016 New Mosquito Fogging Routes

Mosquito fogging will be taking place in the Leemont Acres and Fern Creek Seatonville Road areas through September 30, weather permitting.  CLICK HERE to see boundaries and how to sign up for fogging alerts.

Sep 26 2016 Free Services Offered to Local Homeless Population on Oct. 5

Louisville’s homeless population will have an opportunity to access services, information and assistance in a one-stop environment at the 2016 Project Homeless Connect/VA Stand Down, on Wednesday, October 5. Resources available at the event will include food, clothing, medical evaluations, help with employment, education and benefit services and many other forms of assistance.

Sep 26 2016 REimage program expands to give more Louisville youth a second chance, help prevent violence

Initiative targets third west Louisville neighborhood, Park Hill

Sep 23 2016 Air Quality Alert for Friday and Saturday

There is an Air Quality Alert for Friday 9/23 and Saturday 9/24 for ozone in Louisville and Southern Indiana. 

Sep 23 2016 Councilwoman Woolridge assists Solid Waste Management in impounding a vehicle of an illegal dumper

Metro Council proved it was serious about combating illegal dumping a few years ago when it passed an ordinance that allows the city to impound vehicles used in that activity. Councilwoman Mary Woolridge (D-3) followed up recently when she gave Solid Waste Management information about dumping in an alley in the 1500 block of Beech Street

Sep 23 2016 Councilman Hollander Welcomes Red Hog to Frankfort Avenue

Louisville – Louisville’s first local craft butcher shop opens this week, with a ribbon cutting scheduled for Saturday, September 24 at 9:00 am.  Red Hog is located at 2622 Frankfort Avenue, at the corner of Frankfort and Franck Avenues. 
The business features pork, beef, lamb, and poultry, all from local farms.  The meat is currently available as fresh cuts, cooked or cured, in the butcher shop.   A café in the same location is expected to open in October. 

Sep 22 2016 Councilman Tandy announces “2nd Annual Louisville Metro Diverse Business Fair” returns to aid minority and women owned businesses

Councilman David Tandy (D-4) announces the return of an important opportunity for small businesses in the Metro Louisville area when the 2nd Annual Louisville Metro Diverse Business Fair gets under way on Tuesday, October 25th.

Sep 22 2016 Air Quality Alert for Thursday and Friday

There is an Air Quality Alert for ozone for Thursday 9/22 and Friday 9/23 in Louisville and Southern Indiana. 

Ozone is forecast to be unhealthy for sensitive groups (seniors, children, people with breathing ailments such as asthma and COPD). The general public is not likely to be affected.

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Sep 22 2016 Louisville recognized in ‘Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge’

One of hundreds of entries selected to compete for up to $500,000 in prizes

Sep 22 2016 LMPD to buy and install gunshot detection systems

Will be used in high-crime areas to pinpoint location of outdoor gunfire

In an effort to further enhance public safety, Mayor Greg Fischer and Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad today announced plans to purchase and install a gunshot detection system for high-crime areas in the city.

Sep 22 2016 Metro Council approves rental registry ordinance for rental properties in Metro Louisville

By a vote of 17 to 4, the Louisville Metro Council on Thursday approved an ordinance which will create a rental registry of all rental properties in Metro Louisville. The goal of the ordinance is to be proactive in improving quality of life issues in Metro Louisville.

Sep 21 2016 Air Quality Alert for Wednesday and Thursday

Air Quality Alert for Wednesday 9/21 and Thursday 9/22 for ozone in Louisville and Southern Indiana.