Jul 27 2017 Notice of Intent to Update the Regulations
Jul 27 2017 Louisville Metro Council approves Anti-Harassment Policies and Procedures

By a unanimous vote, the Louisville Metro Council has approved a Resolution adopting Anti – Harassment Policies and Procedures for council members and council employees. The Metro Council has also approved an Ordinance amending the Anonymous Tip Line operated by the Metro Government Office of Internal Auditor to now include council employees.

Jul 26 2017 Councilman Coan launches District 8 Accessibility Loan Program


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Jul 25 2017 Air Quality Alert for Wednesday (7/26)

News item about air quality alert for Wednesday, July 26, 2017.

Jul 25 2017 Jefferson Memorial Forest to provide outdoor recreation at WLAD festival

Jul 25 2017 Landbank Authority approves sales of ten vacant properties

Ten vacant properties were approved for sale by the Landbank Authority at its July meeting. The proposed sales will enhance the condition of properties and lots in neighborhoods across the city.                                      

Jul 24 2017 Metro Parks and Recreation extending outdoor pool schedule by one week

All four Metro Parks and Recreation outdoor pools will remain open one week later this summer to help local families beat the heat. The pools – Camp Taylor (Norton), Algonquin, Sun Valley and Nelson Hornbeck (Fairdale) – were scheduled to close for the season at the end of the day on Saturday, July 28.

Jul 24 2017 Proposed Notice of Action on a Federally Enforceable District Origin Operating Permit (FEDOOP): Print Fulfillment Services, LLC

The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District) proposes to revise an operating permit for Print Fulfillment Services, LLC (Lithographic and Digital Printing Operation), 2929 Magazine Street, in accordance with Regulation 2.17. The revised operating permit is for incorporating new equipment and removing Green House Gas limits as they do not apply to this company. The 30-day public comment period starts July 26, 2017 and ends on August 25, 2017. 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.

Jul 24 2017 Office of Construction Review to increase non-residential permit fees effective September 1

Louisville Metro Construction Review, a division of the Department of Codes & Regulations, will be increasing its building permit fees effective September 1. All fees, with the exception of residential building permit fees, will increase $0.01 per square foot. Any building permit applications submitted before September 1 will have its fee calculated at the current fee rate. The increased fees are reflected in the chart below.

Jul 24 2017 LMAS Pay It Forward FREE Adoption Promotion Surpasses Six Month Milestone

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Jul 21 2017 Mayor Fischer, Louisville Free Public Library open new South Central Regional Library

40,000-square-foot facility features cutting-edge technology

Mayor Greg Fischer and Louisville Free Public Library officials welcomed the public today to the new $14.5 million South Central Regional Library located at 7300 Jefferson Boulevard near Jefferson Mall in Okolona.

Jul 21 2017 President Yates announces the next “Talk with David” is set for Monday, July 24th to talk about Dixie Highway Paving Delays

President David Yates is encouraging residents to come out to the next “Talk with David” on Monday, July 24th, at the Southwest Regional Library beginning at 6:00pm.

Jul 21 2017 City’s newest sprayground among major improvements at Huston Quin Park

Mayor Greg Fischer and 15th District Councilwoman Marianne Butler joined city officials and area youths today to dedicate the city’s 31st outdoor water element at Huston Quin Park in the Wilder Park neighborhood near Churchill Downs.

Jul 20 2017 Air Quality Alert for Thursday (7/20)

News item about air quality alert for Thursday, July 20, 2017.

Jul 20 2017 Neighborhood Place Partners Host Seven Back to School Events

Neighborhood Place and numerous community partners will offer seven back to school events in July and early August.  These events will provide free school supplies while supplies last as well as a wide range of services and resources to help local youth and families be better prepared for the start of school year.