Sep 6 2019 Mayor Greg Fischer unveils Louisville Knot public art project

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined Metro Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith and community members to unveil a new public art project, the Louisville Knot.

Sep 6 2019 Mayor declares September as Optimal Aging Month in Louisville

Mayor Greg Fischer today proclaimed September to be Optimal Aging Month in Louisville as part of a national observation of Healthy Aging Month.

Sep 6 2019 Councilwoman Dorsey to recognize S Bar with a proclamation for the restaurant's one-year anniversary

Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey (D-3) will make a special visit to the S Bar on Saturday, September 7th to make a special presentation as the restaurant celebrates its one-year anniversary.

Sep 6 2019 Councilwoman Purvis to host special community meeting concerning recent shootings on South 38th Street

As a result of several recent drive-by shootings, Councilwoman Donna Purvis (D-5) will host a community meeting on Saturday, September 7th or the residents of the area. The most recent of these left dozens of bullets and injured one person.

Sep 6 2019 Mayor announces $1 million allocated for continued aid to homeless individuals and families

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined with Metro Council members and community outreach representatives to announce the initiatives that will receive Louisville Metro Government funding to continue addressing the nee

Sep 5 2019 Mayor and Fund for the Arts announce expansion of Cultural Pass program

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Fund for the Arts announced today that the popular Cultural Pass, an annual summer program that provides free arts access to youth and children in Greater Louisville, will now expand to year-round availability.

Sep 3 2019 Louisville unveils Bike Sense project at Big Four Bridge

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined Metro Council members, the Commission on Public Art, artist Todd C. Smith, and community partners at the base of the Big Four Bridge to unveil Bike Sense Louisville, a public art project that will promote healthy lifestyle habits and provide new data on the city’s air quality and temperature.

Sep 3 2019 Public Health and Wellness to Host Birth Equity Town Hall Meeting

The Department of Public Health and Wellness will host a Birth Equity Town Hall Meeting on Thursday September 5 at 6 p.m. at 400 E. Gray St.

Aug 30 2019 Neighborhood Place partners hosts four hiring events, two health care outreaches and much more in September

Each month, Neighborhood Place partners provide numerous events and resources to benefit the entire family.  Activities in September include four hiring events conducted by FedEx, Sodexo, the U.S. Census Bureau, and Kentucky Health Care Center; two outreaches by Humana CareSource and Passport to discuss health plan benefits options; and a free educational series for parents and caregivers who have youth with a mental health diagnosis.

Aug 30 2019 Book Making and Fall Fun this September at Locust Grove


Afternoon Lecture Series
Kate Hesseldenz: Margaretta's Guest: Lafayette's Visit to Liberty Hall
Wednesday, September 4, 1:15 pm

Aug 29 2019 Louisville Metro Council Offices closed on Monday, September 2nd

The Offices of the Louisville Metro Council and the Metro Council Clerk will be closed on Monday, September 2nd in observance of the Labor Day Holiday.

Aug 29 2019 President James announces the Annual California Day Celebration is on Saturday, August 31st

The California Neighborhood is ready to come together with pride and unity as one of Louisville’s oldest communities when President David James (D-6) hosts the Annual California Day Celebration on Saturday, August 31st.   

Aug 29 2019 Mayor Fischer celebrates most successful SummerWorks season yet

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer today joined SummerWorks staff, participants, employers, and supporters at the Heine Bros.

Aug 29 2019 Online pet supplies retailer again expanding its local presence

Mayor Greg Fischer today announced that Chewy.com, the leading online pet retailer, is planning to grow in Louisville less than a year after opening a customer service center here.

Aug 28 2019 County Attorney issues objective to no longer prosecute simple possession of marijuana cases of one ounce or less

Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell announced a new policy objective Wednesday to generally not prosecute possession of marijuana (“POM”) cases involving one ounce of marijuana or less when the possession charge is the only charge or the most serious charge against the individual.