Apr 15 2015 Councilman James partners with University of Louisville for U of L Day of Service in Districts 6 and 15 on Friday, April 17th

Councilman David James (D-6) is partnering with the University of Louisville to help make a difference in the California Neighborhood as part of U of L’s first ever Day of Service on Friday, April 17th

Apr 14 2015 Councilman Blackwell brings “Shakespeare in the Parks” to Riverview Park on Sunday, April 19th

Councilman Rick Blackwell (D-12) announces “Shakespeare in the Parks” will bring its 2015 touring production of Macbeth to Riverview Park on Sunday, April 19th beginning at 12:00 p.m.

Apr 14 2015 Councilwoman Shanklin presents “Shakespeare in the Parks” production of Macbeth to Petersburg Park on April 19th

Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin (D-2) is bring something special to the Newburg area when she hosts a special free event on Sunday, April 19th as “Shakespeare in the Parks” brings Macbeth to Petersburg Park.

Apr 13 2015 Councilman Bill Hollander says park the car and walk or bring your bike to CycLOUvia on Frankfort Avenue

Louisville – In an effort to show how easy it is to get around on a bike or on foot on one of Metro Louisville’s most popular streets, Frankfort Avenue will become a paved park for the next CycLOUvia event set for Sunday, April 19th.

Apr 10 2015 The Annual Ninth District Spring Cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, April 18th

Louisville - Spring is here and District 9 is ready to shake off the cold of winter and embrace warmer temperatures and sunny days as Councilman Bill Hollander puts out the call for volunteers to help clean up the district.

“Like many people, I am ready for spring and with spring comes a little spring cleaning,” says Hollander. “On Saturday April 18th, our volunteers will join hundreds of others all over Louisville Metro by picking up trash and clearing away winter debris.”

Apr 10 2015 High Early Compliance with New Yard Waste Rule

Mayor Greg Fischer today announced that the vast majority of Louisville households are obeying a new rule that requires the use of reusable or compostable containers for disposal of yard waste.

Apr 9 2015 Engineers say buildings must be removed immediately due to imminent safety concern

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Engineers say buildings must be removed immediately due to imminent safety concern  

Apr 8 2015 Mayor seeks federal disaster aid for flooding

Mayor Greg Fischer says the city is moving quickly to seek federal disaster assistance for both individual and public damage and losses stemming from the record rainfall last week.

Apr 7 2015 Councilman Magre invites District 10 to “Shakespeare in the Parks” in Emerson Parks on Friday, April 10th

Councilman Steve Magre (D-10) is hosting a special event for residents in and around Emerson Park in the Schnitzelburg neighborhood as  “Shakespeare in the Parks” brings Macbeth to the park on Friday, April 10th at 6:00pm.

Apr 7 2015 Councilman James brings “Shakespeare in the Parks” production of Macbeth to South Central Park on April 11th

After a successful inaugural year, Councilman David James and other Metro Council members are partnering again with Kentucky Shakespeare for “Shakespeare in the Parks. Councilman James announces South Central Park will present a free production of Macbeth on Saturday, April 11th.

Apr 7 2015 Cyclouvia Returns to Frankfort Avenue on Sunday, April 19th

Cyclouvia - the popular event showcasing alternative transportation - is returning to a two-mile stretch of Frankfort Avenue on Sunday, April 19th, Mayor Greg Fischer announced.

Frankfort Avenue from Pope Street to Stilz Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic from 2-6 p.m. During the event, the two middle lanes of Frankfort Avenue will be open to bicycle use, and the two outer curb lanes will be used only for pedestrians and other non-bicycle usage.

Apr 6 2015 Sixteen Small Businesses Receive Loans Totaling $115,000

Louisville Community Services’ Agency Loans help local businesses grow and develop 

Loans totaling $115,000 have been awarded to 16 small businesses to help them start or expand. The loans are part of a program to support microbusinesses – those with five or fewer employees – created by the Louisville Metro Department of Community Services.

Apr 6 2015 Annual Plant and Herb Sale, April 11 & 12

 Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing will celebrate the return of spring with its annual Plant and Herb Sale on Saturday, April 11, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday, April 12, Noon to 3 p.m. (An Early Bird Sale will take place Friday, April 10, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.)

The Riverside Garden Club will offer a variety of herbs, perennials, annuals, Kentucky native species, heirloom tomatoes, gardening items and good gardening advice!

Apr 6 2015 Intern to Earn and College to Career Programs Partner to Provide Full Complement of Student Internship Opportunities

KentuckianaWorks is rolling out its new College to Career internship program this summer by connecting local rising junior and senior college students with area companies that offer paid internships. KentuckianaWorks is partnering with Greater Louisville Inc.’s Intern to Earn program, as well as Louisville Metro Government and local postsecondary institutions, to pilot the program.

Apr 6 2015 Mayor seeks federal disaster aid for flooding; Seven drop-off sites set for flood debris; Number set up for citizens affected by GE fire

Mayor Greg Fischer today continued the city’s action to seek federal disaster assistance in the wake of the recent record flooding by signing an order, declaring a local state of emergency.
Fischer directed the city’s Emergency Management Agency to lead the process of gathering all damage and cost estimates citywide to be able to quickly apply for federal aid related to both individual and public losses stemming from the record rainfall last week.