|Oct 3 2018||
Mandatory nationwide test of the emergency alert system to be conducted on October 3, 2018
Intergovernmental Affairs Advisory
|Sep 13 2018||
Traffic Advisory for Bourbon and Beyond on September 22 - 23
Bourbon & Beyond – the incredible all-in-one bourbon, food, and entertainment that honors the rich history of bourbon that is so deeply rooted in the heart of Kentucky–is making its debut in Louisville’s Champions Park. The two-day extravaganza features musical performances, The Big Bourbon Bar, bourbon masters and celebrities, top national and local chefs, one-of-a-kind culinary creations, and a variety of other authentic experiences.
|Aug 3 2018||
Haz Bin expanding to five-day operation, up from two days
Haz Bin, Louisville’s household hazardous waste drop-off facility, will operate on a five days a week schedule beginning Tuesday, August 14. The facility is currently open only on Wednesday and Saturday. That's three additional days per week to safely dispose of such things as batteries, gasoline, solvents and other items that may be lingering in your basement or garage.
|Aug 2 2018||
Dixie Highway at Broadway realignment begins
Mayor Greg Fischer helped break ground today to begin construction of the long-planned realignment of the intersection of Eighteenth Street, Dixie Highway and Broadway.
|Mar 8 2018||
Pothole Blitz 2018 Underway
Mayor Greg Fischer today helped launch the 2018 Pothole Blitz being conducted by Louisville Metro’s Department of Public Works. Department crews work across the city in a grid pattern in a concentrated effort each year to patch potholes created by the repeated freeze-thaw cycles of winter.
|Dec 20 2017||
New Public Works Operations Center open
Mayor Greg Fischer cut the ribbon today for the grand opening of a new Metro Public Works Operations Center designed to improve efficiency by centralizing operations from three separate locations into one site.
|Nov 22 2017||
Western Union Fraud Settlement
If you lost money to a scammer who had you pay using Western Union between January 1, 2004 and January 19, 2017, you can now file a claim to get your money back.
Click here for more information.
|Nov 16 2017||
Louisville is ready for winter weather
Joined by the 265-member Louisville Metro Snow Team, Mayor Greg Fischer declared today that the city is battle ready for winter 2017-18. The declaration came after the Snow Team spent hours working through a mock snow event that included driving all road treatment routes.
|Oct 9 2017||
34th Annual Great Louisville Fire Drill
On October 15, 2017 the Louisville Division of Fire will be celebrating the 34th Annual Great Louisville Fire Drill in partnership with 5 area Kroger stores. From 1-5pm, fire crews will be stationed outside these stores to provide fire safety information, static equipment displays and serve fire house chili. The Great Louisville Fire Drill is held in conjunction with Fire Prevention Week, a nationwide annual campaign commemorating the Great Chicago Fire in 1871.
|Sep 18 2017||
Louisville Fire Sgt. Loses Battle with Cancer
It is with great sorrow that the Louisville Division of Fire mourns the loss of Sgt. Timothy J. Groft. He lost his battle with cancer today and was surrounded by his family and loved ones.
Sgt. Groft was a 15 year veteran of the Division and spent the majority of his career serving Louisville’s west end, his last assignment being at Engine 6 in the Portland Neighborhood.
|Aug 24 2017||
Lexington Road section to be reconfigured
Work will get underway during the second week of September on a $630,000 package of safety improvements for a section of Lexington Road. The segment between Payne Street and Grinstead Drive will be converted from the current design of two travel lanes in each direction to one travel lane in each direction plus dedicated turn lanes.
|Aug 1 2017||
Crime down 4 percent in Louisville for first half of 2017
All eight LMPD divisions report declines
Homicides remain high, but Mayor says overall crime strategy shows progress
|Apr 25 2017||
Louisville Metro Police and local pharmacies are taking back unwanted prescription drugs on April 29
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – (April 26, 2017) – Louisville Metro Police, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and three local pharmacies on Saturday will give the public an opportunity to prevent prescription drug abuse and misuse by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
|Apr 10 2017||
Louisville Metro Police are taking back unused and expired prescription drugs in Third Division on April 12
Safe disposal of medications helps to prevent misuse of narcotics that can lead to addiction
|Mar 29 2017||
The 2017 Pothole Blitz is On
Mayor Greg Fischer today helped launch the 2017 edition of the Pothole Blitz conducted annually by Metro Public Works. During the blitz, to recover from damage caused by the multiple freeze/thaw cycles of winter, Public Works crews go through the city’s streets in a grid pattern patching potholes until all roads are covered.