About the Office of Sustainability

Mayor Greg Fischer formed the Louisville Metro Office of Sustainability in 2012 with a mission of promoting environmental conservation, the health, wellness and prosperity of our citizens, and embedding sustainability into the culture of the Louisville community. The Office works to create a culture of sustainability through broad-based education and awareness efforts as well as implementation of projects and initiatives to influence behavior change.

Office of Sustainability Staff
  • Maria Koetter - Director
  • Angela Futter - Project Manager
  • Natalie Vezina - Project Manager
  • Erin Thompson - Community Forestry Supervisor
  • Barry Elizabeth Edgar - Community Forestry Assistant
  • Chris Wiedamann - Community Forestry Arborist
Office of Sustainability Partner Organizations

Mayor Fischer's Strategic Plan

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Office of Sustainability Organizational Chart

Sustainability is located in Metro Hall Suite 606 at 527 West Jefferson Street. 

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