Vision Louisville is a 25-year long-term vision for Louisville Metro. It produced ideas and projects for the improving the community and its built environment. Projects include Cultural Pass, MOVE Louisville and SoBro ArtWalks.
Read Vision Louisville Phase I report here.
Read Vision Louisville Phase II report here.
The first initiative to be borne out of Vision Louisville is Move Louisville, designed to work on Louisville's long-term strategic transportation planning.
A contest to energize a neighborhood. Louisville Metro, the SoBro Association and Vision Louisville sought creative designs for four intersections along the 4th Street corridor (Broadway, York, Breckinridge and Kentucky). The crosswalks were painted during a community event on September 14, 2014.
Another Vision Louisville project is the Cultural Pass. The passes are the result of a joint initiative to promote art and cultural education in Louisville and prevent summer learning loss. Launched in summer 2014, over 200,000 Cultural Passes have been issued to Louisville's youth. The pass allows children (ages 0-21) from Louisville free access to an array of attractions including the Kentucky Derby Museum, Bernheim Arboretum, and many others.