Mayor Craig Greenberg

A New Direction

From Day One, my Administration and I will work on our top priorities and values, moving Louisville in a New Direction:

  • All-In on Public Safety
  • New, Affordable & Improved Housing
  • Cleaning Up the Mess
  • Investing in Overlooked Neighborhoods & People
  • Universal Pre-K for our Children
  • Protecting the Rights of Women
  • Making it Easier to Invest in Louisville
  • Healthier Parks, Healthier City

Mayor Greenberg's Bio

Craig Greenberg was sworn in as Louisville’s 51st Mayor on January 2nd, 2023. Mayor Greenberg is a proud Louisvillian, husband, father, entrepreneur, and community leader who believes in thinking big, working hard, and making things happen. A proud graduate of Jefferson County Public Schools, the University of Michigan, and Harvard Law School, Mayor Greenberg was an attorney before helping launch and lead 21c Museum Hotels. He is a former board member of the University of Louisville and Republic Bank and is now a co-owner of Ohio Valley Wrestling.

As Mayor, Mr. Greenberg created the city’s first ever Office of Philanthropy and Office for Immigrant Affairs. His first annual operating budget was unanimously approved by the Metro Council and includes historic investments in police recruiting, Metro Parks improvements, and capital projects like the new Community Care Campus for people experiencing homelessness.

Mayor Greenberg has been married to his wife, Rachel, for 23 years and they have two sons, Daniel and Benjamin. Rachel is an educator who previously taught English as a Second Language at Wheatley Elementary School.


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