Jul 11 2019 Listen to the latest episode of the Eight More Miles Podcast with LMPD Fifth Division Major Aubrey Gregory

Councilman Coan checks in with the Highlands’ police leader on 2019 crime trends, fallout from the FY20 budget and extra summer safety plans. Available on Spotify, SoundCloud and iTunes. 

Jul 10 2019 LMAS Shelter nears Max Capacity; Redemption fees waived for July

Director announces amnesty in an effort to reduce kennel overcrowding as shelter struggles to manage increase in stray pets

The Louisville Metro Animal Services shelter is near maximum capacity, so in an effort to reduce kennel overcrowding, all redemption fees for impounded stray pets at the LMAS shelter are waived for the month of July.

Jul 9 2019 Sixteen small businesses receive loans from city

Since January, sixteen businesses have been approved for loans, totaling over $1.25 million, by the Louisville Metro Government’s Department of Economic Development and Office of Resilience and Community Services. The loans will leverage a total investment of more than $1.7 million and will assist the businesses in opening, expanding services, or rehabilitating properties.

Jul 9 2019 Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social Sunday, July 14 from 1-5 PM At Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing

The entire family is invited to enjoy a day of fun on the banks of the Ohio River as Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing hosts its 18th annual “Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social,” Sunday, July 14 from 1-5 p.m. 

The historic property is located at 7410 Moorman Road. 

Jul 8 2019 Olmsted Parks Conservancy offers FREE walking tours in July, exploring Iroquois Park’s 131-year history.



Jul 8 2019 APCD Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking / Opening of Informal Comment Period

The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (the District) is giving this Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, and opens an informal public comment period July 8, 2019, on amendments to Regulation 1.08, Administrative Procedures.

Jul 3 2019 Louisville Metro Council Offices closed on Thursday, July 4th

The Offices of the Louisville Metro Council and the Metro Council Clerk will be closed on Thursday, July 4th in observance of the Fourth of July Holiday.

Jul 3 2019 The 11th Annual Jane Austen Festival will be on July 12 - 14.

Join us as we celebrate “Northanger Abbey: Adventure and Romance Unmasked”

Featured speakers:

Jul 3 2019 The Cat's Away Edition of District 8 eNews is live!
Jul 2 2019 Air Pollution Control District Issues Independence Day Fireworks Advisory

As we celebrate Independence Day this week, the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District is reminding you that it is illegal in Louisville Metro to shoot off airborne and/or exploding fireworks in your yard or neighborhood.

Jul 1 2019 Free tax preparation for residents filing past due returns

Although the 2018 tax filing season has ended, there is still free help available in preparing past due and amended tax returns.  Now through October, the Louisville Asset Building Coalition’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, or VITA, will provide federal and state income tax assistance to income eligible residents who need help filing prior returns. It is also still possible to receive a refund for returns from the years 2016 to 2018 for those who qualify.

Jul 1 2019 Louisville Metro Council on Summer Break

The Louisville Metro Council is on summer break for the next two weeks.

Jul 1 2019 Councilwoman George encourages everyone to enjoy the Fourth of July but refrain from celebratory gunfire

With the Fourth of July close at hand, Metro Louisville will have fun for the holiday like many other cities across the country. There will be fireworks, picnics and music. Councilwoman Nicole George (D-21) is encouraging the community to refrain from what is a problem for the holiday: celebratory gunfire.

Jul 1 2019 How Electric Scooters are Faring In Louisville

Click here to read the Insider Lousiville article about scooter ridership and vendors.

Jun 30 2019 What to Know About the Louisville Loop

Click here to read about the Louisville Loop in the Courier Journal