|Nov 8 2019||
Mayor Fischer appoints Amy Hess as Chief of Public Services
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced Amy Hess as Metro Louisville’s new Chief of Public Services, a role where she will oversee such critical departments as Public Works, Emergency Services, Corrections, Fleet and Facilities, and Animal Services.
|Jun 19 2019||
Louisville Metro Government launches new Accela Business & Customer Portals
51 new licenses or permits now available online
|Jun 14 2019||
Mayor Fischer appoints Dwayne Clark as new Director of Louisville Metro Corrections
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that he’s appointed Dwayne Clark as the new Director of the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections (LMDC).
Clark replaces Mark Bolton, who announced his retirement in May, after serving as jail director since 2008.
|Jun 12 2019||
New and improved 311 and business portals launch June 19
Brief necessary outages planned for both systems beginning today
Louisville Metro Government’s work to replace and improve the city’s work order system, business portal and 311 reporting system is nearing completion and will launch on June 19.
The new systems from Accela will:
|Apr 24 2019||
Mayor Fischer makes multiple appointments to Metro Government leadership
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced promotions for multiple Louisville Metro Government officials who have been running the Louisville Metro Office for Performance Improvement, Louisville Metro Criminal Justice Commission, the Transit Authority of River City, Louisville Free Public Library, Louisville Metro Parks & Recreation, Louisville Metro Department of Economic Development, and Louisville Metro Office for Housing and Community Development on
|Mar 3 2019||
Budget Committee to hold second and final public hearing on pension situation on Monday, March 4th
The Louisville Metro Council’s Budget Committee will hold its second and final public hearing on the proposed Insurance Tax Ordinance and the pension situation facing Metro Government on Monday, March 4th beginning at 6:00pm.
|Feb 19 2019||
Metro Council Budget Committee Announces Schedule for Hearings
The Louisville Metro Council Budget Committee is announcing the following schedule for hearings on the increase in pension contributions required by the Kentucky Retirement Systems, possible reductions in Metro services and a proposed increase in the insurance premium tax.
“We are providing opportunities for Council members and the public to learn more about our situation, get their questions answered, and let us know what they think.” said Budget Committee Chair Bill Hollander.
|Sep 12 2018||City of Louisville’s website tops national award for digital excellence|
|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.
|Jul 18 2018||
Air Pollution Control Board elects new chairman and vice chairman
The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control Board has elected Carl Hilton, a longtime industrial professional and community leader, to be its new chairman.
Hilton replaces Dr. Robert Powell, who is leaving the board after serving a total of 28 years over two different stints.
|Jul 3 2018||
Parking Authority to adjust surface lot, on-street and garage rates
The Parking Authority of the River City (PARC) will adjust parking rates at its surface lots, meters and garages effective August 1.
|May 10 2018||
Louisville Announced as Finalist for the 2018 National Gold Medal Awards in Parks and Recreation
|Apr 16 2018||
Louisville Ranks 3rd in mid-size city ENERGY STAR building list
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced that Louisville is ranked 3rd on the list of top U.S. mid-size cities with the most ENERGY STAR certified buildings. Louisville ranked 7th last year and this year, ranks behind only San Jose and Virginia Beach. On the list of all U.S. metropolitan areas, Louisville ranks in the top 25.
|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.
|Jan 5 2018||
Mayor names Chris Seidt as city’s new Director of Information Technology
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced the appointment of Chris Seidt as Director of Information Technology.