|Nov 20 2020||
Louisville receives grant for community-driven green space in Parkland neighborhood
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced that Louisville Metro received a $42,000 matching grant from Partners for Places, a project of The Funders Network, to fully fund the construction of a sustainable, community-driven green space called Parkland Plaza.
|Nov 16 2020||
Louisville one of 88 global cities named as climate leader on CDP 2020 A List
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced that Louisville earned a coveted spot on CDP’s annual A List, which recognizes major progress in climate action and transparency.
|Aug 5 2020||
Louisville Metro introduces new on-street dining for restaurants
Louisville Metro Government has expanded opportunities for restaurants to offer new temporary outdoor dining through the utilization of on-street parking spaces.
|Apr 22 2020||
Louisville Metro celebrates Earth Day with plans to cut pollution, increase resiliency
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Mayor Greg Fischer today released the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction and Prepare Louisville Climate Adaptation plans, which will reduce Louisville’s contribution to climate change and increase its resilience to extreme weather events and other climate change impacts.
|Jan 22 2020||
City crafting new neighborhood plan for Butchertown, Phoenix Hill and NuLu
Louisville Metro Government’s Office of Advanced Planning and Sustainability will host a public workshop on Jan. 29 to gather feedback from residents about the current conditions of the Butchertown, Phoenix Hill and NuLu neighborhoods and listen to their ideas for the future as part of a neighborhood planning process.
|Jan 17 2020||
Louisville leverages $2 million investment toward energy efficiency and renewable energy projects
Louisville Metro Government closed on two agreements through its Energy Project Assessment District (EPAD) program that will provide more than $2 million in private loan funds for energy efficiency projects at Tennis Club at Springhurst and a new La Quinta Del Sol hotel.
|Dec 6 2019||
City seeking feedback on Broadway All the Way corridor plan
Louisville Metro Government will host its first public forum on Tuesday, Dec. 17, to listen to residents’ experiences and exchange ideas about how to improve safety and mobility along Broadway.
|Nov 1 2019||
Public input sought on access to Dixie Highway
|Oct 28 2019||
City, partners hosting 6th annual Sustainability Summit Nov. 1
Louisville Metro’s Office of Advanced Planning and Sustainability, the Louisville Sustainability Council, and the Louisville Zoo will co-host the sixth annual Sustainability Summit on Friday, Nov. 1.
|Oct 11 2019||
The Tom Owen CycLOUvia returns to the Highlands on Oct. 20
|Aug 22 2019||
City seeks additional community input for Bowman area plan
Louisville Metro Government, through the Office of Advanced Planning & Sustainability, is developing a neighborhood plan for the Bowman area. An open house will be held to share how development of the plan is progressing with residents on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon at the historic Bowman Field Administration Building, 2817 Taylorsville Road.
|May 13 2019||
City seeks community input for Bowman Field area plan
Louisville Metro Government, through the Office of Advanced Planning, has begun the process of creating a neighborhood plan for the Bowman Field area.
|May 1 2019||
New Dixie Highway Project entering critical stage
Crews on The New Dixie Highway Project will begin installing medians next week between Upper Hunters Trace and Heaton Road. This means the crews are launching a critical part of the project almost a month ahead of schedule.
|Feb 13 2019||
City announces new public art grant opportunity
Louisville Metro Government has announced a new public art opportunity with the Commission on Public Art and as part of Lean Into Louisville. This opportunity called “Untold Stories in Public Spaces” will support projects that memorialize and/or celebrate narratives that have not yet been recognized through an artistic lens in Louisville’s public spaces.
|Nov 29 2018||
City celebrates safety improvements on Ninth Street at Muhammad Ali
Mayor Greg Fischer joined AARP Kentucky State President Charlotte Whittaker today to celebrate safety improvements at Ninth Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard made possible by the AARP Livable Communities Initiative.