Oct 16 2018 City of Louisville Receives National Sustainability Award from Energy Non-Profit

Oct 16 2018 Sponsors of Itinerant Vendors, Peddlers and Solicitors Ordinance seek public comment

A proposed Ordinance dealing with Itinerant Vendors, Peddlers, and Solicitors is now before the Louisville Metro Council’s Public Works, Facilities, Transportation and Accessibility Committee. The sponsors of the Ordinance are asking for public comment as the legislation moves forward.

Oct 16 2018 Councilwoman Flood announces next South Central Regional Forum to focus on Holiday Safety on October 17th

The next South Central Regional Forum will focus on how you can make the holidays safe with help from the Louisville Metro Police’s Seventh Division and the Okolona Fire Department.

Oct 15 2018 OL-3 Extension

October 15, 2018 is the due date if you filed an extension for your December 31, 2017 Occupational License Tax Return (Form OL-3). File your return electronically using our online tax portal eMINTS

Oct 15 2018 Coroner seeks next of kin

The Jefferson County Coroner is seeking the next of kin on a Mr. David Williams, age 69, black male, DOB 11/19/1948; please call 574-6262 with any information.

Oct 15 2018 Louisville Parks and Recreation Awarded $195,000 for Green Stormwater Infrastructure Project

Oct 15 2018 Air Pollution Control District Proposed Permit

            The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District) proposes to issue an operating permit to Ford Motor Company – Kentucky Truck Plant (manufacture of automobiles, light- and medium-duty trucks), 3001 Chamberlain Lane, in accordance with Regulation 2.16. The 30-day public comment period starts on October 18, 2018 and ends on November 19, 2018. 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.

Oct 14 2018 Interview with Andy Murphy, LBC President

The Louisville Cycling Podcast interviews Louisville Bicycle Club President Andy Murphy. 

Listen to the Andy Murphy episode of the Louisville Cycling Podcast here.

Oct 13 2018 Coroner seeks next of kin

Jefferson County Coroner seeks next of kin for Barnaba Kai, male, black, DOB 1/1/1979, who lived at Kentucky Towers, 511 S. 5th Street, in Louisville.
He was possibly from Somalia and part of the Lost Boys, per a neighbor.  Have information? Call Deputy Coroner Scott Russ at 574-0139.

Oct 12 2018 Councilman Yates asks for the Community’s help for the “Coat a Kid Drive” on Monday October 15th

With the change of seasons and cooler temperatures it won’t be long before winter returns to Metro Louisville. Some children will need help staying warm this year and that is why Councilman David Yates (D-25) is once again asking the community to help “Coat a Kid” this coming Monday, October 15th.

Oct 12 2018 Dare to Care is working with Metro Government on plans to move its kitchen operations to former Parkland Grocery

Dare to Care is working with Metro Louisville to relocate its production kitchen operations to the site of the former Parkland Grocery, 1200 South 28th Street. Councilwoman Green is hosting a neighborhood meeting at Baptist Fellowship Center to discuss possible Dare to Care operation at the former Parkland Grocery.

Oct 12 2018 Leaf drop off 2018

Louisville Metro residents not mulching autumn leaves into their lawns or using curbside collection will have the option to dispose of them at one of two drop-off sites beginning November 6 with a third site added November 20.

Oct 12 2018 Fall 2018 Free Paper Shredding Event

Louisville residents are invited to bring unneeded documents to be shredded and disposed of at a free event on November 3, 2018. Citizens can protect themselves from identify theft by bringing items to:

Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center

1030 Phillips Lane

Saturday, November 3, 2018

8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Oct 11 2018 City seeking tree for ‘Light Up Louisville’ event

Louisville Metro is looking for someone to donate the large Christmas tree that will stand in Jefferson Square Park through the holidays. 

“Just like most families preparing for the holidays, we’re looking for the perfect Christmas tree,” said Mayor Greg Fischer. “This is the main attraction at Light Up Louisville and it will stay up throughout the holiday season.”

Oct 11 2018 Listen to the latest episode of Eight More Miles: The District 8 Podcast with Center for Health Equity Manager Aja Barber and Community Outreach Coordinator Monica Leslie

Available on iTunes, Soundcloud, or your podcatcher of choice.