Dec 12 2019 “Mingle with McCraney” Connects District 7 to Metro Government Agencies

Councilwoman Paula McCraney will host the last "Mingle with McCraney" of 2019 for District 7 residents on Saturday, December 14th at the Walden School beginning at 10:00 a.m.

Dec 12 2019 Councilwoman Dorsey announces Arts in 3D Ticket Bank offering holiday entertainment events

Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey invites residents of District Three to enjoy the holidays with an entertainment offering from the Arts in 3D Ticket Bank. Two family fun events are coming up for the public.

Dec 12 2019 President James hosts the Holiday Coat Giveaway for Elementary School Students in Jefferson County

School students in District 6 will get a special present this year when President David James (D-6) hosts the Holiday Coat Giveaway on Friday, December 13th.

Dec 12 2019 Air Pollution Control District Proposed Permit

The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District) proposes to issue a construction permit to Eckart America Corporation (aluminum powder and paste production), 4101 Camp Ground Road, Louisville, 40211, in accordance with Regulation 2.03. The project is to install the following equipment: two new 15,500 gallon mineral spirits above ground storage tanks (AST), an addition of a new still system to a current unit, and a new paste process with two milling systems, and tails system.  The 30-day public comment period starts on December 14, 2019, and ends on January 13, 2020. A public hearing may be scheduled if the District determines that there are germane, unresolved issues or substantial public interest, in accordance with Regulation 2.07.

Dec 12 2019 “It’s official”, Country Meat Company fills last vacant space in the Logan Street Market

Since it opened two months ago, the new Logan Street Market has been looking for the right company to fill its last vacant space. On Saturday, Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith (D-4) will be on hand when the official ribbon is cut to welcome the Country Meat Company to Logan Street.

Dec 12 2019 First Flu Death in Louisville

Louisville has had its first flu death of the season. An unvaccinated elderly individual with underlying medical conditions died Dec. 7; patient privacy laws do not allow for disclosure of other details about the individual.

Dec 12 2019 Fun, affordable activities abound throughout Louisville during upcoming winter break

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined multiple organizations to announce fun, educational opportunities for children and families throughout the community during the holiday season. Camps, movies, parties and sports clinics are among the dozens of activities available for local youth looking for productive things to do during the upcoming Jefferson County Public Schools winter break December 23-January 6.

Dec 12 2019 Fun, affordable activities abound throughout Louisville during upcoming winter break

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined multiple organizations to announce fun, educational opportunities for children and families throughout the community during the holiday season. Camps, movies, parties and sports clinics are among the dozens of activities available for local youth looking for productive things to do during the upcoming Jefferson County Public Schools winter break December 23-January 6.

Dec 12 2019 Mayor and Council agree on new funding to reverse “no collection-no delay” holiday rules set out during budget discussions

Louisville Metro Government is reversing a policy that had suspended residential garbage, recycling and yard waste collection within the Urban Services District on four holidays, due to citywide budget cuts for 2020 Fiscal Year.

Although the policy was implemented on Labor Day, Mayor Greg Fischer’s administration and Metro Council have worked out an agreement to split the estimated $70,000 for services on the other three holidays, beginning with New Year’s Day.

Dec 12 2019 Councilwoman Dorsey honors West Louisville Photographer Bud Dorsey at Metro Council meeting

Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey (D-3) took a moment at Thursday’s Metro Council meeting to honor a Louisville legend, photographer Bud Dorsey.

Dec 10 2019 Metro Animal Services, KHS join Empty The Shelters Event Dec. 13-14

All adoptions FREE at Animal House & LMAS Shelter, $25 dog adoptions and $0 cat adoptions at KHS on Dec. 13-14


(Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019) – BISSELL Pet Foundation (BPF) is aiming to bring holiday hope to homeless pets with its national Empty the Shelters – Holiday Hope event. This Friday and Saturday, BPF will support over 110 shelters by offering reduced-fee pet adoptions – Metro Animal Services (MAS) including the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS).

Dec 6 2019 Tyler Park tunnel access to be closed for more than six weeks

As part of the ongoing work at Tyler Park, access to the tunnel under Baxter Avenue will be closed beginning Monday, December 9.

The contractor will be installing temporary chain link fencing panels to close off the area around the tunnel. To go over the historic bridge, users will have to use the sets of stone steps on the north side of the park.

No exact re-opening date is available, but work around the tunnel area is anticipated to last at least six weeks.

Dec 6 2019 Light up Shawnee Brings New Holiday Event to West Louisville

Come join us this Saturday December 7th, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the French Plaza located at 311 Amy Avenue for a huge community wide Christmas party!

Dec 6 2019 Councilman Yates asks for the community’s help for the 3rd Annual Metro Louisville Coat-A-Kid Drive

Louisville – In the spirit of the holiday season and the reality of changing colder weather, Councilman David Yates (D-25) is calling on the community’s help for the 3rd annual Metro Louisville Coat-A-Kid Drive.

Dec 6 2019 City seeking feedback on Broadway All the Way corridor plan

Louisville Metro Government will host its first public forum on Tuesday, Dec. 17, to listen to residents’ experiences and exchange ideas about how to improve safety and mobility along Broadway.