Feb 28 2015 Fischer Consolidates City's Emergency Services, Creating More Seamless Coordinated Response

Mayor Greg Fischer today consolidated the city’s three emergency services departments into a single agency to create a more efficient, seamless and coordinated response for citizens -- from the time a 911 call comes into MetroSafe until a patient is delivered to an emergency room.

Feb 28 2015 Local Homebuying and Renovation Workshop Offers Free Guidance

In support of the revitalization that continues in the community, the Shelby Park Neighborhood Association will host a Wells Fargo Homebuying and Renovation workshop to allow prospective homeowners interested in the area to learn about preparing for homeownership and financing options that include renovation of existing homes.

Feb 27 2015 Councilwoman Woolridge honors Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity for their charitable work during the holiday season

On Thursday, February 26th during the regular meeting of the Louisville Metro Council, Councilwoman Mary C. Woolridge (D-3) honored a very dedicated group of people who have made the holiday season a happier time for those less fortunate in the Metro Louisville area.  

Feb 26 2015 City Offers Youth Development Professionals Free Trainings

Louisville Metro Government’s Department of Community Services Youth Development provides free, monthly professional development opportunities for those who work with youth throughout the city. The trainings are presented by local and regional facilitators and cover a variety of topics focusing on engaging youth and providing quality educational and recreational youth programming.

Feb 26 2015 Free Training for Manufacturing Jobs Offered in West Louisville

Individuals wanting to launch a new career in manufacturing or certify their skills to get a better manufacturing job should attend an orientation session at the Nia Center in the next two weeks. The Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center is enrolling students now for its next Certified Production Technician training course that begins March 16 at the Nia Center, 2900 W. Broadway.

Feb 26 2015 Proposed FEDOOP Operating Permit 158-01-F (R2) For Vanegas Enterprises

The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District) proposes to issue a FEDOOP operating permit to Vanegas Enterprises (fiberglass reinforced plastic air pollution control equipment manufacturer), 10090 Bunsen Way, in accordance with Regulation 2.17. The 30 day public comment period starts February 27, 2015 and ends on March 30, 2015. 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.

Feb 25 2015 What's the Oldest and Most Ornamental Structure of Its Kind?

Wednesday, February 25, 2015When engineer Theodore Scowden and his assistant Charles Hermany were planning the original site for Louisville Water Company— then known as Louisville Water Works —back in the 1860s, they had a grand vision. They didn’t want to just build the pumping facility required of the first public water provider in Kentucky; they wanted a “park-like” landscape of “unrivaled beauty and effect” that would be used and valued by the community.

Feb 25 2015 Metro Council to honor Outstanding Community Leaders

On Thursday, February 26th, the Metro Council’s Community Affairs Committee will hold a special meeting to honor outstanding community leaders and volunteers as part of its 13th Annual Black History Month Program.  The meeting begins at 12:00pm in Council Chambers, 601 West Jefferson Street.

Feb 25 2015 Councilwoman Denton Hosts Meet and Greet

For Immediate Release                                                              
Contact: Chris Lewis
574-1351

Feb 25 2015 Ten Teens Honored as Black History Makers of Tomorrow

McDonald’s® Restaurants of Kentuckiana celebrated Black History Month by honoring ten local high school students through the annual Black History Makers of Tomorrow scholarship program on February 26 at Louisville Metro Hall.

Feb 25 2015 Metro Parks & Recreation Hosts “The Meeting”, a Play by Jeff Stetson

Nearly five decades after the deaths of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, student actors from the African American Theatre Program (AATP) at the University of Louisville have partnered with Louisville Metro Parks & Recreation to perform “The Meeting,” a fictional take on the two civil rights titans, as part of community outreach to make local theatre accessible to youth and their families in typically under-served neighborhoods.   

 

Feb 24 2015 Councilwoman Butler to join Lt. Governor Luellen for Grand Opening of the Kidz Club on Wednesday, February 25th

Councilwoman Marianne Butler (D-15) will join Kentucky Lt. Governor Crit Luellen for a very special grand opening on Wednesday, February 25th of the Kidz Club to help families with children who have special medical needs when it comes to day care.

Feb 24 2015 Councilwoman Green to hold District 1 “Just Jessica” Community Forums in March

Councilwoman Jessica Green is extending an invitation to all residents of District 1 to come out to the first of two “Just Jessica” Community Forums in the month of March to talk about issues or concerns they may have with Metro Government.

Feb 24 2015 Councilwoman Green to hold District 1 “Just Jessica” Community Forums in March

Councilwoman Jessica Green is extending an invitation to all residents of District 1 to come out to the first of two “Just Jessica” Community Forums in the month of March to talk about issues or concerns they may have with Metro Government.

Feb 23 2015 February’s “Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, February 28th at Heine Brothers in the Douglass Loop

District 8 residents are invited to come out for a cup of coffee and a chance to talk about what’s going on in their neighborhoods. February’s “Talk with Tom” is set for Saturday, February 28th at Heine Brothers Coffee at the Douglass Loop, 2200 Bardstown Road beginning at 9:00am-11:00am.