Report for Cherokee Park Scenic Loop Community Study
Click here to view the Cherokee Park Scenic Loop 2021 Community Study.
“In an effort to comply with the new ordinance regarding Louisville Parks and Recreation (LPR) road usage, LPR partnered with IQS Research to complete the public feedback process for the Cherokee Park Scenic Loop by hosting a public meeting and gathering responses via a random sampling of Louisville residents as well as an open communitywide survey.
The attached report, provided by IQS, will be presented to the Parks and Sustainability Committee today to aid in their decision regarding the future traffic plan for the Scenic Loop. I’d like to thank IQS, the Metro Council, the Mayor’s Office and our non-profit partners at the Olmsted Parks Conservancy for their help with this comprehensive public feedback process. I’d also like to thank Louisville residents for their thoughts and concerns relating to the Scenic Loop. During the last several months, we have seen how much park users and Louisville residents of all ages and ability deeply care about this historic and beautiful park. We look forward to working with the entire community as we continue to improve our parks.”
—Dana Kasler, Director, Louisville Parks and Recreation