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A new mobile application that allows users to locate the nearest park or community center and make a tee time at any Metro Parks and Recreation golf course is now available for Apple and Android devices free of charge in the app store.
In addition to the GPS-enabled mapping and tee time technology, the app provides a comprehensive calendar of programs and events, information on athletic leagues and schedules, information about shelter and pavilion rentals, links to social media and more.
Users can find it in the app store by searching “Louisville Metro Parks and Rec.”
MetroCall 311 Mobile App
Our MetroCall 311 Mobile App is available for the iPhone and Android devices. The app allows you to submit service requests on the fly, including reporting potholes, issues with traffic signals, reporting a stray animal, drainage issue, garbage and recycling information and much, much more! Check it out at the iPhone App Store and on Google Play.
Metro Police Mobile App
The Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) is making it easy to report a tip, file a complaint, file a police report, appeal a citation and much more, using the LMPD mobile app. Download it now from the iPhone Store or for Android devices on Google Play.
Pay Parking Tickets on Your Smartphone
Residents and visitors to Downtown Louisville are now able to conduct their parking transactions by mobile phone, a new service that will allow parkers an opportunity to save time and money by using their mobile phone to pay for parking. Learn more and get the app now.
Nextdoor Neighborhood App
Metro Police, Public Works, Develop Louisville, and the Louisville Water Company are all contributing information and updates to the Nextdoor App so you can stay informed about what's going on around you. Download on the Apple app store or on Google Play. And find out more about Nextdoor on their website.
Louisville Metro Government is partnered with Waze to display all road closure information which displays it on an easy-to-use and easy-to-see-and-understand mobile app that can be downloaded on smart phones, tablets or in car navigation systems. The information is enhanced by sharing crowd-sourced incident reports from Waze users, also known as Wazers. Users also can put in their starting address and ending address – and Waze will map the most direct route to avoid road closures. Look for the Waze app in your app store!