|Jan 2 2019||
Mayor announces plan for expenditure of mid-year funds to address homelessness
Mayor Greg Fischer gathered today with Metro Council members, other city leaders and community outreach representatives to release Louisville Metro Government’s plan for using mid-year surplus funds to further address the needs of homeless individuals in our community.
The plan was formally presented to Council by the city’s Office of Resilience and Community Services in collaboration with the Coalition for the Homeless.
|Dec 27 2018||
Mayor Fischer to deliver State of the City on Jan. 17 at Muhammad Ali Center
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced that he will deliver the 2019 State of the City address on Thursday, Jan. 17 at the Muhammad Ali Center in downtown Louisville.
The address is traditionally delivered to the Downtown Rotary Club at the start of the new year, in various locations. This year’s site was chosen in part to recognize and celebrate Ali’s birthday.
|Dec 21 2018||
Inauguration for Mayor Greg Fischer and other local elected officials is set for Jan. 7 at Metro Hall
Mayor Greg Fischer, Louisville Metro Council members and other elected officials will be sworn in for new terms of office during a special inaugural ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 7, 2019 at Louisville Metro Hall.
|Dec 10 2018||
Work begins today to move George Prentice statue from outside Main library
Work is beginning today to move the George Dennison Prentice statue from outside the Louisville Free Public Library’s main branch into storage at a city facility on Lexington Road.
Preparation for the move starts today, with the actual move expected on Tuesday.
|Dec 6 2018||
Fun, affordable activities abound throughout Louisville during upcoming winter break
Mayor Greg Fischer and other local leaders today reminded families of the many free and low-cost activities to keep students active and engaged during winter break.
|Dec 3 2018||
Mayor Fischer announces expansion of American Printing House for the Blind mobile app to Louisville Metro Hall
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced that Metro Hall is now equipped with beacons tied to a mobile app to help people who are blind or visually impaired navigate indoor public with audio cues.
The mobile app, Nearby Explorer Online, was developed by Louisville’s American Printing House for the Blind and is available for free on Apple and Android devices.
|Nov 30 2018||
Mayor Fischer appoints Lisa Osanka as Director of the Louisville Metro Housing Authority
Mayor Greg Fischer today named Lisa Osanka as Director of the Louisville Metro Housing Authority (LMHA), a post she’s held on an interim basis since April.
|Nov 15 2018||
Crews from Louisville Gas and Electric, as well as public safety agencies around Louisville Metro, work to clean up and restore power
Louisville Metro Emergency Services coordinating with Salvation Army, American Red Cross for overnight shelter
|Nov 14 2018||
TARC Executive Director J. Barry Barker to retire
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that TARC Executive Director J. Barry Barker is retiring after nearly 25 years leading the city’s public transportation agency. His last day is Nov.
|Nov 13 2018||
Tomorrow’s Talent summit to focus on challenges of technology, equity in the workforce and education
How can the Louisville area ramp up an inclusive, tech-savvy workforce ready to tackle the rapidly developing knowledge economy? That’s one of the key issues bringing together national and local experts and innovators at the 4th annual Tomorrow’s Talent workforce and education summit.
|Nov 12 2018||
Light Up Louisville returns Nov. 23 to Jefferson Square
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that the city’s largest and most beloved holiday event, Light Up Louisville, returns for the 38th year on Nov. 23, outside of Metro Hall in Jefferson Square.
|Nov 12 2018||
Mayor Fischer, partners announce federal grant to launch trauma resilient community initiative
Mayor Greg Fischer and officials with the University of Louisville and Centerstone Kentucky announced today that the city has been awarded a $5 million, five-year federal grant to launch an initiative to promote resilience and equity for Louisville families and young people most affected by trauma, inequity and violence.
|Nov 5 2018||
Louisville again among top “Digital Cities” in U.S.
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that Louisville has again been ranked a top digital city in the U.S., placing third in the Center for Digital Government’
|Oct 29 2018||
Mayor Fischer calls for stronger state hate crime law, announces Moment of Unity
At a press conference this afternoon sponsored by the Interdenominational Ministerial Coalition to stand against hate, Mayor Greg Fischer reminded the community of work being done to fight hate and violence in our city, while also calling for a stronger state hate crime law and tightening gun laws related to domestic violence cases.
|Oct 29 2018||
Mayor Fischer, veterans' group announce 17 Louisville events to honor veterans
Mayor Greg Fischer and the Veterans Community Alliance of Louisville today announced the fifth annual Mayor’s Week of Valor — a series of events to honor and celebrate the contributions and sacrifices of active-duty military, veterans and their families.