|Nov 16 2018||
City announces free storm debris drop-off sites
Louisville Metro Public Works is providing free drop-off service for residential storm debris from Monday, November 19 through Saturday, December 1 at seven locations.
In addition, residents of the Urban Services District may set storm debris out with regular yard waste, if it is bundled with twine.
|Nov 13 2018||
Men’s Winter Basketball Leagues Registration Underway at Louisville Parks and Recreation
|Oct 31 2018||
Bonnycastle Hill Restoration Project Completion Celebration
Join Olmsted Parks Conservancy and Louisville Parks and Recreation for cider and donuts to celebrate the completion of the Bonnycastle Hill restoration project in our beloved Cherokee Park! No need to RSVP—simply attend if your schedule allows. Contact Meghan Robinson with questions.
|Oct 25 2018||
Enjoy the Scenic Loop car-free and Hayride on the Hill in Cherokee Park October 29
A new fall tradition will begin on Monday, October 29, as area residents will be able to enjoy use of the Scenic Loop in Cherokee Park car-free and also attend the first-ever Hayride on the Hill, located at Baringer Hill from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. that day.
|Oct 23 2018||
Louisville Metro, LG&E partner to install electric vehicle charging station in Seneca Park
Drivers of electric vehicles in Louisville have yet another place to “fill up” their batteries with the installation of a new public charging station at Seneca Park through Louisville Gas and Electric Company’s EV Charging Station Program.
|Oct 18 2018||
Experience the 18th Century with all five senses at Locust Grove’s Market Fair
When visitors enter Locust Grove’s grounds during this year’s 18th Century Market Fair on Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28, they’ll be transported to the year 1778 in the middle of the American Revolution. That’s the year George Rogers Clark founded the city of Louisville during the Illinois Campaign that was the cornerstone to the War in the West, including his successful raid at Kaskaskia.
|Oct 17 2018||
Coca-Cola Consolidated Teams Up with the City of Louisville to Celebrate Newly Refreshed Portland Park on Saturday, Oct. 20
|Oct 16 2018||
City of Louisville Receives National Sustainability Award from Energy Non-Profit
|Oct 15 2018||
Louisville Parks and Recreation Awarded $195,000 for Green Stormwater Infrastructure Project
|Oct 11 2018||
Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing Celebrates 25 Years with Archaeology Day Event
The public is invited to a free, family-friendly afternoon to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the opening of Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing on Sunday, October 21 from 1-5 p.m.
|Oct 11 2018||
City seeking tree for ‘Light Up Louisville’ event
Louisville Metro is looking for someone to donate the large Christmas tree that will stand in Jefferson Square Park through the holidays.
“Just like most families preparing for the holidays, we’re looking for the perfect Christmas tree,” said Mayor Greg Fischer. “This is the main attraction at Light Up Louisville and it will stay up throughout the holiday season.”
|Oct 9 2018||
Jack O' Lantern Spectacular returns to Iroquois Park for sixth consecutive year
In what has become the must-see event of the Halloween season, the Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular is returning for the sixth consecutive year to south Louisville’s Iroquois Park, where 5,000 artistically carved pumpkins will greet visitors from October 9 through November 4.
|Oct 4 2018||
Family fun Halloween-related events to be offered during October by Louisville Parks and Recreation
Halloween fun for kids of all ages is available during the month of October through Louisville Parks and Recreation and its associated facilities, including community centers, its two historic homes, the Iroquois Amphitheater and the Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center.
|Oct 1 2018||
AIR Program to host National Blind Sports Day Saturday, Oct. 6
Adaptive Sports to be played at Berrytown Recreation Center
|Oct 1 2018||
“Canoemobile” relocated to McNeely Lake Park
Due to high water on the Ohio River, this weekend's Canoemobile on Oct. 5-6 will be relocated to McNeely Lake Park, 10500 Cedar Lake Road . The Canoemobile allows residents ages three and older to take guided trips in 24-foot canoes on the Ohio River.