Streets and Sidewalks
To read about the Metro Louisville Residential Parking Permit Program, click here.
To read about the Louisville Metro Codes and Ordinance chapter on parking regulations, click here.
The Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is a numerical index between 0 and 100, which is used to indicate the general condition of pavement. The Department of Public Works considers streets having a PCI of 55 or below to be distressed, and prioritized for paving purposes. The FY21 budget provides funding to conduct an updated PCI study.
District 8 FY 2020 Paving Plan (completed)
District 8 FY 2019 Paving Plan (completed)
District 8 FY 2018 Paving Plan (completed)
District 8 FY 2020 Sidewalk Repair Plan (completed)
District 8 FY 2019 Sidewalk Repair Plan (completed)
District 8 FY 2018 Sidewalk Repair Plan (completed)
If you need to report a streetlight outage, click here.