|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 5 2018||
New city mowers run cleaner, cheaper and quieter
Mayor Greg Fischer today unveiled eleven new propane powered mowers that have replaced worn out gasoline mowers. The propane mowers will run cleaner, cheaper and quieter than gasoline mowers.
|Feb 21 2017||
Landbank Authority approves sale of 6 vacant properties
Six vacant properties were approved for sale by the Landbank Authority at a special meeting held on Wednesday, February 15th. The proposed sales will enhance the condition of properties and lots in neighborhoods across the city.
|Jan 1 2017||
Construction Review is now a Division of the Department of Codes & Regulations
As of January 1, 2017, the Office of Construction Review is now a Division of the Department of Codes and Regulations. For more information about the Department of Codes & Regulations, a part of Louisville Forward, please visit their website here.
|May 3 2016||
Free Junk Drop-off at Outer Loop Landfill
A free bulk waste and junk drop-off event will be held on Sunday, May 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Waste Management Outer Loop Landfill, 2673 Outer Loop. Residents throughout Jefferson County may drop off bulky items not accepted during regular garbage collection such as appliances, furniture and mattresses.
|Mar 30 2016||
Use Twitter (#502pothole) or louisvilleky.gov to report potholes
Annual Pothole Blitz is underway
|Oct 19 2015||
Free Junk Drop-off Event
Citizens are encouraged to take advantage of the city’s free bulk waste and junk drop-off event on Sunday, November 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Waste Management Outer Loop Landfill, 2673 Outer Loop. Now is the time to get rid of bulky items not accepted by regular garbage collection such as appliances, furniture and mattresses. Residents are asked to separate metal items from other junk. The metal is recycled, saving valuable space in the landfill.
|May 5 2015||
Fischer, Tandy make appointments to flood mitigation work group
Mayor Greg Fischer and Metro Council President David Tandy today announced the membership of the Flood Mitigation Workgroup.
Tonya Sangester, Emergency Management Agency
|Apr 28 2015||
Mayor, Metro Council and MSD Establish Workgroup to Evaluate Home Buyout Program
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer today announced the formation of a Work Group to study and recommend a course of action to address homes subject to repetitive losses caused by recent major rain and flood events.
|Apr 8 2015||
Mayor seeks federal disaster aid for flooding
Mayor Greg Fischer says the city is moving quickly to seek federal disaster assistance for both individual and public damage and losses stemming from the record rainfall last week.