About Mayor Fischer

Committed to growing jobs and creating a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, Greg Fischer was elected Louisville's 50th mayor in 2010 -- and was sworn in for a second four-year term on January 5, 2015.

Since taking office, Mayor Fischer has pursued three top goals: making Louisville a city of lifelong learning, a much healthier city and an even more compassionate community. These are the three pillars of his administration. As a businessman and entrepreneur, he brings a data-driven approach to city government with a goal of making it more efficient and accessible.

Greg is a trustee for the U.S. Conference of Mayors and is past chair of the Conference's Metro Economies Committee which addresses economic problems facing the nation’s cities and their citizens. He was named a “Public Official of the Year” by Governing Magazine — the only U.S. mayor to earn that honor in 2013 — and one of America's most interesting Mayor's by Politico in 2017.

Read more about Mayor Fischer in his bio.

Read about the "Three Pillars" of his administration here. 

Read the "Citizens' Bill of Rights" that the Mayor created here.

See a list of the Mayor's staff here. 

Subscribe to the "Mayor's Weekly Update" here.