Apr 28 2016 City announces website to measure Internet speeds

SpeedUpLouisville.com part of push for fiber Internet connectivity


Louisville Metro Government’s OPI2 Innovation Team,  PowerUp Labs and other partners today launched a new web-based application aimed to increase transparency about Internet service quality in Louisville.

Apr 28 2016 One Water Board takes steps toward consolidating Louisville Water Co., MSD services
Effort to bring increased efficency and improved services for customers

The One Water Board today directed the Louisville Water Co. and Louisville MSD to consolidate their respective Information Technology and Customer Service groups by the end of the year, marking another milestone in the One Water effort to increase efficiency and improve service.

Apr 28 2016 Street sweeping alert system launched

Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that Louisville residents can now sign up to receive an automatic notice, via email and text, when their street is scheduled to be swept by Metro Public Works. The notices are meant to alert residents in advance that they must find alternate parking on street sweeping day.

Apr 27 2016 Councilman James says kick off a fun filled weekend with the Louisville Crashers in Central Park

Metro Louisville is ready for a fun filled time this weekend and there is one special event in Central Park on Friday, April 29th you will not want to miss when the Louisville Crashers entertain in the first Old Louisville LIVE. 

Apr 27 2016 Proposed Title V Operating Permit O-0741-15-V for MPLX Terminals, LLC - Algonquin Terminal

The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District) proposes to issue an operating permit to MPLX Terminals, LLC—Algonquin Terminal (distribution of gasoline products), 4510 Algonquin Parkway, Louisville KY 40211, in accordance with Regulation 2.16. The 30 day public comment period starts April 30, 2016 and ends on May 31, 2016.  A public hearing may be scheduled if the District determines that there are germane, unresolved issues or substantial public interest, in accordance with Regulation 2.07.

Apr 27 2016 Give A Day Week Impacts Louisville With 175,000 Volunteers, Acts of Compassion

Annual volunteering event will return, April 15-22, 2017


Apr 25 2016 Public Health and Wellness Now Offering Lifeguard and Pool Attendant Testing and Permits

Are you interested in a great summer job or challenging career? Are you at least 16 years old?  Then lifeguarding may be for you!

The Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness is now offering lifeguard and pool attendant candidates the opportunity to take the written test required to obtain the necessary permits to work at pools in Louisville. 

Apr 25 2016 Free Financial Fitness Day for Louisville Residents on April 29

Resources on connecting to financial institutions, improving credit scores, starting a small business, avoiding consumer scams, and more

Louisville residents seeking free financial education and
resources are invited to the 3rd annual Financial Fitness Day on April 29 at the Americana Community Center, 4801 Southside Dr., between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 

Apr 25 2016 Advanced Business Solutions plans $2.5 million Louisville expansion

Advanced Business Solutions (ABS), which designs and implements software for the medical and banking industries, plans to buy a nearby building to expand its Louisville operations with a $2.5 million investment and 10 full-time positions, Mayor Greg Fischer and Gov. Matt Bevin announced today.

Fischer said the community is proud of the growth of its corporate citizen of more than two decades.

Apr 22 2016 Business leaders, Mayor Fischer announce city’s commitment to Climate Compact

Joined by local business leaders, Mayor Greg Fischer today signed the Compact of Mayors, the world’s largest cooperative effort among city leaders to reduce greenhouse gas emissions track progress and prepare for the impacts of climate change.

The signing ceremony, on Earth Day, is in support of the Climate Summit For Local Leaders, a global coalition of city leaders dedicated to taking climate actions in their communities. The Summit took place in Paris last year.

Apr 22 2016 Wilderness Louisville, community partners bring two new shelters to Jefferson Memorial Forest

Two new program shelters - the result of a major fundraising effort from Wilderness Louisville and with the support of various local businesses – were dedicated today at Jefferson Memorial Forest in honor of Earth Day and Mayor Greg Fischer’s Give A Day week of service.

Apr 22 2016 Hollander Applauds Signing of Compact of Mayors

Louisville – Councilman Bill Hollander (D-9) spoke today at the Crescent Hill Library, just before Mayor Greg Fischer signed a letter joining the Compact of Mayors.  Hollander applauded the decision and noted it's the latest in a series of recent sustainability efforts in Louisville. 

Apr 22 2016 Seneca Park tennis courts to be improved; work to begin Monday, April 25

Louisville Metro Parks and Recreation, District 9 Councilman Bill Hollander and the Louisville 10 and Under Tennis Association have partnered on a project that will result in much-needed improvements to the popular courts at Seneca Park.

Apr 22 2016 Councilwoman Fowler invites you to come and enjoy the Mayor’s Derby Brunch on the River at Riverside

If you want a quieter and slower paced way to get ready for the Kentucky Derby, Councilwoman Cindi Fowler (D-14) suggests the Mayor's Derby Brunch on the River at Riverside, The Farnsley-Moremen Landing on Sunday, May 1st!

Apr 21 2016 Mayor Fischer Announces Kilowatt Crackdown Award Winners
Mayor Fischer announced today the winners of the Kilowatt Crackdown, a city-wide competition that challenges building owners and operators to decrease energy use in their buildings.