|Jan 6 2015||
Fischer Helps Launch Year-Long YES Fest Activities
Gill Holland, honorary YES! Fest chair and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer today joined Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore, New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan and Clarksville Town Council President Bob Polston.and tourism officials from both sides of the river to kick-off a year-long festival about the environment and sustainability:
|Jan 5 2015||
Fischer Pledges Second Term Will Be 'Age of Investment' in City and People
Mayor Greg Fischer pledged today that his second term would be a time of “tremendous capital and human investment” in Louisville and he called upon all 760,000 people to become citizen investors.
|Oct 21 2014||
Beta Bus Stop Project Launches Crowdsourced Funding Event
On Monday, the Beta Bus Stop Project, a collective of local civic leaders, architects and city agencies, including the Metro Office of Sustainability, launched a four-day crowdsourced funding event to redesign two bus stops in Louisville.
|Oct 9 2014||
Cyclouvia Returns to Bardstown Road
The popular open streets event is coming back to where it all began, on Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue, from Douglass Boulevard to East Broadway, Mayor Greg Fischer announced.
The next Cyclouvia will close Bardstown and Baxter to vehicular traffic on Sunday, October 12, 2014 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., with police-assisted crossings at Eastern Parkway and Grinstead Drive.
|Sep 25 2014||
Open house dates set for Move Louisville projects
Louisvillians now have the opportunity to take part in the final steps of Move Louisville, a nearly yearlong process that will determine the city’s long-range multimodal transportation wants and needs.