May 24 2019 LIHEAP program improvements lead to increase in number of low-income households assisted
Resilience and Community Services and Office of Performance Improvement & Innovation create improvements to increase program efficiency and accessibility +
May 24 2019 The Beat Goes On Edition of District 8 eNews is Live!
May 22 2019 Sign up for the Junior Falls Cities Championship

In its 75th year, The Junior Falls Cities is among the longest standing and most historical junior golf tournaments in the United States.

The event is hosted each year by the Louisville Parks PGA Golf Professionals at one of our ten municipal golf courses. The list of champions is a true identifier of who's who for golf in Louisville and surrounding cities since 1945.

May 22 2019 City's Foster Grandparent Program celebrates 47 years of service in Louisville

The work of more than 130 Foster Grandparents who help mentor children will be honored at a special luncheon on Friday, May 24. The event will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Olmsted, 3701 Frankfort Ave.

May 21 2019 TARC Commits to Convenience with New App

Click here to see WHAS 11's coverage of the new TARC app, which will combine scooter share, bike share, ride share, and TARC in one convenient app.

May 20 2019 Listen to the latest episode of the 8 More Miles podcast with Councilwoman Nicole George

Available on iTunes, Soundcloud or your podcatcher of choice!

May 19 2019 Final Metro Council Budget Committee Public Hearing Monday, May 20

The final opportunity for members of the public to comment to Metro Council’s Budget Committee on Mayor Greg Fischer’s proposed 2019 -2020 Capital and Operating Budgets is this Monday, May 20, beginning at 6:00 pm.

May 17 2019 Mayor’s Subway Fresh Fit Hike, Bike & Paddle Returns on Memorial Day

Thousands of cyclists, paddlers and walkers will be in motion at the Mayor’s Subway Fresh Fit Hike, Bike & Paddle Monday, May 27th as it returns for a 15th consecutive Memorial Day at Waterfront Park.

May 17 2019 President James to attend dedication of new Dr. T Vaughn Walker Center for Family Development

President David James (D-6) will join the congregation of First Gethsemane Baptist Church this Sunday, May 19th for a special event in honor of the late Rev. T. Vaughn Walker. 

May 17 2019 Creative Mornings Radio Interview with Scott Martin of the River Heritage Conservancy

Click here to listen to Creative Mornings host Ben Terry interview Scott Martin.

May 17 2019 Get Out and Get Moving at Hike, Bike, Paddle

Click here to read and watch the story from WDRB about the upcoming 15th annual Hike, Bike, and Paddle on the Great Lawn of Waterfront Park. 

May 16 2019 Louisville unveils “Love in the Street” art installation, announces national arts grant award

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined community partners for two arts announcements: the awarding of a $75,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and the completion of the “Love in the Street” public art installation.

May 16 2019 Council members Fox and Fowler encourage everyone to come out and enjoy great music at the 15th Annual Forest Fest

There are few places in Metro Louisville where you will find scenic beauty and hear great Bluegrass Music. In the springtime, the best place to find both is at the Jefferson Memorial Forest.  On Saturday, May 18th Council members Mark Fox (D-13) and Cindi Fowler (D-14) proudly present the 15th Annual Forest Fest.

May 16 2019 Council members Fox and Fowler encourage everyone to come out and enjoy great music at the 15th Annual Forest Fest

There are few places in Metro Louisville where you will find scenic beauty and hear great Bluegrass Music. In the springtime, the best place to find both is at the Jefferson Memorial Forest.

 On Saturday, May 18th Council members Mark Fox (D-13) and Cindi Fowler (D-14) proudly present the 15th Annual Forest Fest.

May 16 2019 Louisville unveils “Love in the Street” art installation, announces national arts grant award

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined community partners for two arts announcements: the awarding of a $75,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and the completion of the “Love in the Street” public art installation.