Mahoney Property Master Plan

In December 2007, Louisville Metro Government purchased a 95-acre farm from the estate of Mae Mahoney, whose family called the property Twin Meadows. The property is located near Bardstown Road off the Gene Snyder Freeway.

Metro Parks paid $3.2 million for the property. Mayor Jerry Abramson provided $1 million from the city’s capital budget and David and Betty Jones donated $2.2 million. The purchase was negotiated by The Trust for Public Land.

Metro Parks is looking for future ideas on how best to develop the Mahoney Property. Check back here for updates on the project, and for documents relating to future meetings!

Project Library

Vegetation, Landscape & Conditions

 Mahoney Property Aerial
 Mahoney Property Existing Conditions
 Mahoney Landscape Character and Viewsheds
 Mahoney Vegetation Inventory

Project Plans

 Mahoney Active Option
 Mahoney Passive Option
 Mahoney Active-Passive Option

Public Meeting Documents/1-24-2011

 Cultural History Report
 Mahoney Draft Final Plan (presented 1-24) (new)
 Mahoney Presentation for 1-24 meeting (part 1) (new)
 Mahoney Presentation for 1-24 meeting (part 2) (new)

 

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