|Jul 31 2018||
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Needs Your Input Multi-use Trail in A.B. Sawyer Park
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), in partnership with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), are seeking public input regarding the proposed construction of a multi-use path in A.B. Sawyer Park, a public-use recreational resource protected under Section 4(f) of the Transportation Act of 1966.
|Apr 10 2018||
Bardstown Road/Baxter Avenue Corridor Safety Study recommendations to be presented
District 8 Metro Councilman Brandon Coan, Develop Louisville’s Office of Advanced Planning and Public Works will hold a public meeting on April 19 at 6 p.m. at Highlands Community Ministries (1228 E. Breckinridge Street) to present draft recommendations for the Bardstown Road/Baxter Avenue Corridor Safety Study.
|Mar 12 2018||
Comprehensive Plan update to be presented at Planning Commission meeting
After extensive community engagement, Develop Louisville staff will present the update of Louisville Metro’s Comprehensive Plan to the Planning Commission on April 16 at 5:30 p.m. in the Old Jail auditorium (514 W. Liberty Street).
The Comprehensive Plan is a guide for the community’s growth and development over the next 20 years. This update builds on the current Comprehensive Plan, Cornerstone 2020, and will be in effect until 2040.
|Feb 27 2018||
Beargrass Creek Greenway trail closed indefinitely due to flooding, cleanup
The Beargrass Creek Greenway trail, in its entirety, is closed indefinitely due to the recent flooding event in Louisville.
|Jan 26 2018||
Request for information issued for LMPD Impound Lot
Louisville Metro Government has officially started the search for a new Louisville Metro Police vehicle impound lot.
|Nov 10 2017||
City seeking tree for ‘Light Up Louisville’ event
Louisville Metro is looking for someone to donate the large Christmas tree that will stand in Jefferson Square Park through the holidays.
|Oct 16 2017||
District 8, Public Works, and Office of Advanced Planning announce Bardstown Road/Baxter Avenue safety study
District 8 Metro Councilman Brandon Coan, Public Works, Develop Louisville’s Office of Advanced Planning have announced the Bardstown Road/Baxter Avenue Safety Study with the purpose of analyzing existing safety and mobility issues on Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue between Broadway and Interstate 264.
The goal of the study is to identify solutions for improving safety and mobility for all users with emphasis on pedestrians and bicyclists.
|May 15 2017||
Forums scheduled to discuss Comprehensive Plan update
Develop Louisville will hold nine open house forums for the public to view the work completed to date on the Comprehensive Plan update and provide feedback. Develop Louisville encourages all residents to attend the forums, particularly those who have not yet participated in the Comprehensive Plan update process
|Apr 24 2017||
City supports creation of Russell Arts and Cultural District
Mayor Greg Fischer today joined Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith, the Concerned Pastors of Russell and representatives of the Louisville Central Community Centers (LCCC) to announce a formal agreement to implement an Arts, Cultural and Commercial District along West Muhammad Ali Boulevard between 6th and 21st streets.
|Apr 5 2017||
Urban Government Center proposals to be reviewed at April 17 public meeting
Louisville Forward, in partnership with Metro Council Districts 4 and 8, will host a public meeting on April 17 from 6-8 p.m. at the Main Branch of the Louisville Free Public Library (301 York Street). The meeting will provide an opportunity for community members to hear and to respond to presentations from development teams that submitted complete responses to a Solicitation of Interest for Louisville Metro Government’s Urban Government Center property.
|Mar 31 2017||
Louisville chosen as host city for the 2019 Congress for the New Urbanism
Louisville has been chosen to host the 27th annual Congress for the New Urbanism, an international placemaking conference, in the spring of 2019. Recent Congress host cities include Seattle, Detroit, Dallas and Buffalo. The event will bring over 1,500 attendees--including urban planners, architects and landscape architects, environmental consultants, engineers and real estate developers--to Louisville from across the country and the world.
|Mar 16 2017||
Louisville office market ranks among nation’s most affordable
According to recent national rankings by CBRE Research, both the Louisville Downtown and Suburban Office markets ranked in the Top 10 markets with the lowest asking rental rates in the nation.
|Jan 19 2017||
Redevelopment of Colonial Gardens moves forward
Plans were filed today for a $5 million redevelopment of Colonial Gardens in south Louisville.
The adaptive reuse project includes renovating the 7,000-quare-foot historic Colonial Gardens building, as well as adding two new, one-story buildings that will share a common patio and garden area.
|Sep 7 2016||
City Website Ranked Among Best in the Nation
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that the Center for Digital Government has again named Louisvilleky.gov, the official city website for Louisville Metro Government, as one of the top city websites in America.
The Best of the Web Awards recognize cities that constantly innovate, focus on services and work to improve the user experience. This is the eighth year the site has placed in the top 5 nationally.
|Aug 31 2016||
More than $50 million in transportation improvements creating ‘New Dixie Highway’
Business investments growing, strengthening corridor
More than $50 million in transportation improvements under way and planned over the next two years will create a New Dixie Highway and fuel transformation of a major economic corridor for southwest and west Louisville, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.