|Jun 8 2018||
Mayor Fischer receives national Health Leadership Award
Mayor Greg Fischer was presented a Health Leadership Award this evening at the opening dinner of the US Conference of Mayors 86th annual meeting in Boston. The award was presented by CityHealth, an initiative of the de Beaumont Foundation and Kaiser Permanente, that regularly evaluates the nation’s 40 largest cities on the number and strength of their policies that help people live longer, better lives.
|Jun 6 2018||
Mayor’s Music & Art Series announces summer music lineup
The Mayor’s Music & Art Series will move outside to Jefferson Square Park for the summer months.
|Jun 6 2018||
Sen. Seum honored for support of felony gun law
Louisville officials thank Senator for his continued support to improve public safety in Louisville through legislation
Mayor Greg Fischer and Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad welcomed state Senator Dan Seum to the offices of the 9th Mobile Division Wednesday to thank him for sponsoring legislation that passed this year to strengthen penalties for repeat offenders who use guns to commit crimes.
|Jun 5 2018||
National Latino Leaders Network honors Mayor Fischer
Antonio Villaraigosa Leadership Award to be presented Sunday
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer will be honored in Boston on Sunday with the Antonio Villaraigosa Leadership Award from the Latino Leaders Network, a national organization that each year recognizes a mayor who has exhibited an outstanding commitment to bringing diverse communities together.
|Jun 1 2018||
Louisville Mayor Fischer announces Cultural Pass, Summer Reading and other summer learning opportunities for youth, teenagers
School is out for the summer, and Mayor Greg Fischer is reminding parents and caregivers that there are plenty of fun, low-cost or free learning opportunities available for Louisville area students of all ages over the next three months.
|May 24 2018||
SBA disaster loans available for Louisville businesses and residents impacted by storms and flooding
Louisville businesses and residents affected by the severe storms and heavy flooding from Feb. 21 through March 21, 2018, can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, officials announced Wednesday.
|May 21 2018||
City plans public meeting to share community input, next steps in search for new LMPD Impound Lot
Louisville Metro Government is planning a public meeting from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 21, at Butchertown Pizza Hall (1301 Story Avenue, second floor) to share community input and next steps in its effort to relocate the Louisville Metro Police vehicle impound lot.
|May 21 2018||
Consultants finalize assessment of city facilities
Consultants hired to do a facilities assessment for Louisville Metro Government have finalized their report.
The consultant, EOP, was commissioned in January to study city facilities and space needs and to make a recommendation about a potential public-private partnership model to address those needs. They presented a draft version to Metro Council and city officials earlier this month, and have since finalized the report.
The consultant’s main findings are:
|May 7 2018||
Mayor Fischer honors Louisville's outstanding high school seniors
Mayor Greg Fischer today honored 50 public, private and Catholic students who have excelled in and out of the classroom with his annual Outstanding High School Seniors Award.
This year’s recipients include immigrants from Somalia, Kenya, Cuba and other countries, along with students who have overcome illness, personal struggles, disabilities and behavioral issues to achieve success.
|May 2 2018||
Mayor Fischer makes annual Derby wager with Ocala Mayor
Mayor Greg Fischer and Ocala (Florida) Mayor Kent Guinn today made their annual wager on the Kentucky Derby, placing a bottle of Woodford Reserve bourbon and Ocala brandy on the line.
This is the fifth year of the friendly wager between the mayors of the two cities, both of which are steeped in thoroughbred tradition and consider themselves spirited rivals for the status of Horse Capital of the World.
|May 1 2018||
Consultants present facilities study to Louisville Metro Council
Consultants hired to do a facilities assessment for Louisville Metro Government presented findings and recommendations to the Metro Council and city leaders on Tuesday.
|Apr 26 2018||
Despite challenges, Mayor’s budget targets investments in public safety, jobs, city’s future
Budget manages pension and health insurance increases, builds on Louisville’s momentum
Mayor Greg Fischer today proposed a 2018-2019 city budget that builds on the city’s momentum and commitment to public safety and growing jobs, despite the significant challenges of rising insurance costs and a $9.4 million bump in pension expense.
|Apr 26 2018||
Mayor Fischer's address for the 2018-19 recommended executive budget
I’d like to thank each of you for your service to our city through the Metro Council. I’m proud to serve alongside you.
When we each swore an oath to “faithfully execute, to the best of my ability,” the office we’d been elected to serve, we knew it was a great honor.
We also knew it was a great responsibility, one with rewards and challenges, obligations and opportunities.
|Apr 25 2018||
Mayor Fischer’s 2018 Give A Day Week breaks last year’s record with more than 205,000 volunteers and acts of compassion
Volunteers cleaned neighborhoods, built beds for children and collected canned goods for the hungry. They donated bicycles to refugees, fed the homeless from food trucks and collected inspiring stories and scarves for women facing cancer.
|Apr 12 2018||
Mayor Fischer's seventh-annual 'Give A Day' Week of Service starts Saturday
Still time to get involved; volunteers needed through the week, April 14-22
Thousands of Louisvillians will be volunteering and participating in acts of compassion -- from neighborhood cleanups to donating canned foods for the hungry – as part of the Mayor’s annual Give A Day Week of Service, which kicks off Saturday.