Louisville Metro Strategic Plan for 2016

We have updated the 2016 Strategic Plan for Louisville, check it out here!

Feb 10 2016 Iroquois Park’s Rundill Road section to close next week

A section of Rundill Road, the lower road within Iroquois Park, will be closed between Iroquois Parkway to Sanders Gate Road from Monday, Feb. 15 to Sunday, Feb. 21 for a culvert replacement project.

Feb 9 2016 Citizens asked to help plan Louisville's reuse strategy

First meeting of Reuse Committee is February 16


Louisville is launching a community wide effort to design a strategy to help cut down on the use of landfills by reusing goods and materials as much as possible. Anyone with an interest is invited to take part next week in the kickoff meeting of the Reuse Collective Impact Committee.

Feb 9 2016 Tom Wallace section of Jefferson Memorial Forest is focus of Feb. 18 public meeting

Louisville Metro Parks and Recreation will host a public meeting from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, February 18 at the Fairdale Playtorium to unveil concept plans for the Tom Wallace Recreation Area at Jefferson Memorial Forest.

Feb 9 2016 BEAM Selected to Develop Regional Plan to Attract Foreign Direct Investment as Part of the Global Cities Initiative

Today, Mayor Greg Fischer announced that the Bluegrass Economic Advancement Movement (BEAM) has been selected to develop a regional plan to attract and leverage foreign direct investment, building off its existing BEAM Regional Economic Growth Plan, as part of the Global Cities Initiative, a joint project of the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase.

Feb 8 2016 Councilwoman Welch hosts District 13 Health Fair and Mammography Screening on Friday, February 19th

Councilwoman Vicki Aubrey Welch is encouraging women to go on the offensive to fight a deadly disease and live a healthier lifestyle at the 2016 District 13 Health Fair and Mammography Screening on Friday, February 19th.

Feb 8 2016 Councilman Hollander says February’s Community Conversation features public safety with LMPD’s 5th Division

Councilman Bill Hollander talks public safety as part of February’s Community Conversation when residents of District 9 have the chance to meet Louisville Metro Police’s 5th Division Major.

 “It is important for the public to work with LMPD as we deal with issues that affect our neighborhoods and keep our families safe,” says Hollander. “It is also important to get to know the people who work with our officers.”

Feb 5 2016 Free Classes Available to Help Smokers Quit

Free Classes Available to Help Smokers Quit

Feb 5 2016 Free Classes Available to Help Smokers Quit

The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness and its community partners offer free stop smoking classes using the Cooper/Clayton method.  The 13-week program includes weekly support group meetings, combined with the use of nicotine replacement products such as patches and gum.  Participants receive free weekly supplies of nicotine replacement products.

Feb 4 2016 Public Health and Wellness to Offer Free HIV Testing Sunday
Free testing at Chestnut Street YMCA held in conjunction with National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day


The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness will offer free HIV testing from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.  on Sunday, Feb. 7 at the Chestnut Street YMCA, 930 W. Chestnut St

Feb 4 2016 LFPL hosts free children’s programs presented by local arts groups in February

LFPL hosts free children’s programs presented by local arts groups in February

Storytelling takes center stage at the Louisville Free Public Library this month as three local arts groups—Kentucky Shakespeare, Kentucky Opera, and Asia Institute–Crane House—offer creative, interactive programs for children and families.

Feb 4 2016 Council Members Butler and James remind illegal dumpers a special ordinance is still in place to take your vehicle

Over the course of 2015, eighteen vehicles were towed to Louisville Metro’s impound lot because they were used in the act of illegal dumping.  More than $23,000 in fines were issued.  All of this activity is directly related to an ordinance passed by the Louisville Metro Council. 

Feb 4 2016 Louisville Pursues U.S. DOT’s Smart City Challenge

Building off the public input from Vision Louisville, Move Louisville and the recent $16.9 million TIGER Grant for Dixie Highway, Louisville Metro Government submitted its application to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Smart City Challenge today. 

Feb 3 2016 Passport Health Plan and Evolent Health form strategic alliance to create Medicaid Center of Excellence in Louisville

Passport Health Plan and Evolent Health are pleased to announce the formation of a strategic alliance that will create The Medicaid Center of Excellence.

Feb 3 2016 Animals doing "life" at LMAS

Many animals are doing life at LMAS because they simply have not found the right home yet, like Bowzer here. He is a very young dog who needs someone who can give him lots of exercise. Do you need an excuse to start running, Bowzer can help motivate you.


Feb 3 2016 PNC’s $350,000 Grant to the Louisville Zoo helps pre-schoolers become Kindergarten-ready

Programming created and delivered by the Louisville Zoo at new, permanent early learning play space and in school classrooms