Aug 23 2019 City sells Doerhoefer-Hampton House in Russell neighborhood

Building will serve as meeting space, headquarters for men of color mentoring program

 

Louisville Metro Government is selling Doerhoefer-Hampton House, 2422 and 2424 W. Chestnut St., to local nonprofit Theta Omega Inc.

Louisville Metro Council approved a surplus resolution on Thursday, Aug. 22, allowing the sale.

Aug 23 2019 Councilwoman Sexton Smith puts out the call for volunteers to help with a community cleanup on Saturday, August 24th

Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith is putting out the call for anyone who has the time this coming Saturday morning to help with a community cleanup in District 4.

Aug 23 2019 President David James hosts “Jazz in Central Park” on Sunday, August 25th

As August comes to a close, an Old Louisville tradition is once again ready to help ease out the summer with some great music in a very nice setting.  President David James (D-6) is once again presenting “Jazz in Central Park” on Sunday, August 25th.

Aug 22 2019 City seeks additional community input for Bowman area plan

Louisville Metro Government, through the Office of Advanced Planning & Sustainability, is developing a neighborhood plan for the Bowman area. An open house will be held to share how development of the plan is progressing with residents on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon at the historic Bowman Field Administration Building, 2817 Taylorsville Road.

Aug 22 2019 Metro Council Members Sponsor Breast Cancer Screening

Facial Sun Damage Screenings also available

Louisville, KY-  Metro Council Members Kevin Kramer (District 11), Anthony Piagentini (District 19),  Stuart Benson (District 20), and Robin Engel (District 22) are sponsoring a Breast Cancer & Sun Damage Screening on Monday, September 9, 2019 at the Glenridge Health Campus (6415 Calm River Way) from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Aug 22 2019 Fund for the Arts and Mayor's Office announce artists and locations for first-ever Imagine Mural Festival

Mayor Greg Fischer, together with Fund for the Arts, the Imagine Greater Louisville 2020 Steering Committee and Louisville Visual Art today announced the participating artists in the city’s inaugural Imagine Mural Festival.

Aug 22 2019 President James and The Louisville Metro Council announce a call for artists for the Second Annual Art in City Hall Exhibit

For a second year, Louisville Metro’s Historic City Hall will once again be a place to see the works of local artists as the call goes out for the Second Annual Art in City Hall Exhibit.

Aug 20 2019 WorldFest Offers Four Days of International Food, Music, Culture on Labor Day Weekend

WorldFest, the region’s largest international festival, returns to the Belvedere Labor Day weekend, marking its 17th year offering international food, music, crafts, culture, and education.

Aug 20 2019 Mayor’s Subway Fresh Fit Hike, Bike & Paddle Returns on Labor Day

Thousands of cyclists, paddlers and walkers will be in motion at the Mayor’s Subway Fresh Fit Hike, Bike & Paddle Monday, September 2 as it returns for a 15th consecutive Labor Day at Waterfront Park. 

Aug 20 2019 Councilwoman Dorsey to host eight District 3 young people to join her for the 50th Anniversary Dirt Bowl Awards Banquet

In honor of its 50th Anniversary, Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey would like to take eight District 3 young people to this Sunday’s official Dirt Bowl Awards Banquets.

Aug 20 2019 Air Pollution Control District Proposed Permit

The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District) proposes to renew a FEDOOP operating permit for Multi Packaging Solutions dba Westrock (printing operation), 1703 South Brook Street, Louisville, KY 40208, in accordance with Regulation 2.17. This is a standard FEDOOP renewal and name change. The 30-day public comment period starts on August 21, 2019, and ends on September 23, 2019. 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.

Aug 19 2019 President James applauds and supports new effort to help African American businesses in Metro Louisville

President David James (D-6) was on hand for the official opening of a new office on South Fourth Street which will be home to the NOIR Black Business Social Club Inc. On Monday, the nonprofit group announced they will soon transition into a full-fledged African American chamber of commerce.

Aug 19 2019 Councilman Hollander’s August D9 Community Conversation

Councilman Bill Hollander invites the community to attend a D9 Community Conversation with MSD and LMPD.

The meeting is Wednesday, August 28, beginning at 6:30 p.m., at the St. Matthews Library, 3940 Grandview Avenue.

Special guest is Wesley Sydnor with MSD to provide information on the Beargrass Creek Three Forks Study with the Army Corps of Engineers, and the Beargrass Creek Greenway. Mr. Sydnor will also be available to answer any drainage questions. 

Aug 16 2019 Council Members Fowler and Yates encourage everyone to help Shirley’s Way with its new gaming room

For many years, Shirley’s Way has been a lifeline for cancer patients and their families in dealing with the cost of treatments and living expenses while fighting this disease. Tonight, in partnership with Khali’s, the Shirley’s Way Gaming Room will officially open to help the nonprofit organization continue to give support to those families in need.

Aug 15 2019 No garbage, recycling or yard waste pickup on Labor Day

There will be no residential garbage, recycling or yard waste collection within the Louisville Metro Urban Services District on Labor Day, Monday, September 2, 2019. All households affected by this change will return to normal collection the following week on Monday, September 9, 2019. All other households should set out garbage, recycling or yard waste on their normal collection day of the week. There will not be a one-day delay.