|Oct 5 2018||
Louisville Digital Inclusion Week kicks off Monday
In honor of Digital Inclusion Week, a nationwide event to share efforts in local communities to promote digital inclusion and equity, Louisville Metro Government is highlighting efforts to exp
|Oct 2 2018||
Marland Cole named executive director of Cradle to Career/Louisville Promise initiative
Marland Cole, a veteran Louisville business leader with a history of civic service, has been named to lead a new organization that is building on the work of 55,000 Degrees and Mayor Greg Fischer’s Cradle to Career framework to better align community resources to ensure that every child in Louisville is prepared for college, career and a successful, productive life.
|Sep 24 2018||
Update on potential for flash flooding
Louisville Metro Emergency Services provided this update today on the heavy rains and potential for flash flooding in Louisville.
· MSD, our city’s Public Works and first responders remain in communication about the potential for flash flooding.
|Sep 14 2018||
Mayor Fischer welcomes JCPS Superintendent Marty Pollio to his podcast
The latest episode of the Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast features a one-on-one conversation between the Mayor and Dr. Marty Pollio, Superintendent of Jefferson County Public Schools.
The Mayor and Dr. Pollio discuss the Superintendent’s start in education, his years as a high school principal, and the many collaborations between JCPS and the city such as Cradle to Career/Louisville Promise, including the prospect of a future college scholarship program for all JCPS graduate.
|Sep 13 2018||
LMHA gets federal funding to provide affordable housing for low-income residents with disabilities
The Louisville Metro Housing Authority is among 285 local public housing authorities across the country to be awarded federal funding for vouchers to provide permanent affordable housing to low-income residents with disabilities.
|Sep 12 2018||City of Louisville’s website tops national award for digital excellence|
|Aug 24 2018||
WorldFest Offers Four Days of International Food, Music, Culture on Labor Day Weekend
WorldFest, the region’s largest international festival, will take place Labor Day weekend, marking its 16th year with four days of international food, music, crafts, and culture.
The festival, which runs Friday, Aug. 31 to Monday, Sept. 3on the Belvedere, will feature a revamped layout to enhance the visitor experience, including new locations for both the West Lawn and Fountain Stages, as well as the addition of a third stage on the Overlook.
|Aug 24 2018||
Mayor’s Subway Fresh Fit Hike, Bike & Paddle Returns Labor Day
Thousands of hikers, bikers and paddlers will hit the streets and the Ohio River on Labor Day, Sept. 3, for the 28th Subway Fresh Fit Hike, Bike & Paddle at Waterfront Park.
“One of Louisville’s core values is to create a healthier city, and there’s no better time than the annual Hike, Bike & Paddle to come together with residents from all parts of our city for fun and exercise,” Mayor Greg Fischer said.
|Aug 22 2018||
Louisville LEAD program aims to divert opioid addicted individuals away from criminal justice system, into treatment
Mayor Greg Fischer joined partners from across public and private sectors today to announce the development of Kentucky’s first Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion program, known as LEAD, t
|Aug 22 2018||
What is Louisville Metro Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD)?
What is LEAD?
LEAD is an is an innovative pre-booking, community-based program to divert individuals suspected of committing low-level drug-related offenses to case management and supportive services instead of jail and prosecution.
|Aug 14 2018||
Mayor celebrates SummerWorks 2018 success, providing jobs, skills and confidence to a record 6,200 Louisville youth
From computer coding to manufacturing and life-guarding to public finance, a record number of young people -- 6,200 -- gained new skills and confidence working at businesses and job sites throughout Louisville this summer as part of the SummerWorks program.
|Jul 18 2018||
Code Louisville training creates local tech jobs and careers for more than 250 people
Code Louisville, which provides training to help people quickly enter the technology field, has helped more than 250 people start or advance their careers in technology, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.
|Jul 16 2018||
North Lime Donuts celebrates opening of Edison Center location
Mayor Greg Fischer, North Lime Coffee & Donuts owner Joe Ross and representatives of Edison Center owner Weyland Ventures this morning celebrated the arrival of the North Lime Coffee & Donuts brand in Old Louisville. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the North Lime location, 1228 S. Seventh St., in front of the Edison Center.
|Jul 13 2018||
HUD awards $3.4 million to help end youth homelessness in Louisville
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today awarded $3.4 million to prevent and end homelessness among young people in Louisville, Kentucky. HUD’s Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP), supports a wide range of housing interventions including rapid rehousing, permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, and host homes.
|Jul 12 2018||
Public-private partnership addresses West End food desert
Cash Savers Grocery Teams with Dare to Care, Catholic Charities, and Louisville Metro Government to open retail food shop.