|Oct 18 2019||
Councilwoman Dorsey to deliver opening remarks to Mother Daughter Empowerment Tea
Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey (D-3) will deliver the opening remarks at a very special event designed to help young women navigate the connections they need to be successful in the future. The Mother Daughter Tea Event will help empower women from adolescent, young adult and young at heart by providing the opportunities for success in all facets of their lives.
|Oct 17 2019||
President James encourages everyone to get an early start on Halloween with a walk through “America’s Most Haunted Neighborhood”
President David James (D-6) invites everyone to start their Halloween celebration a little earlier than usual by taking advantage of the haunted history of one of the city’s most unique and in this case scary neighborhood’s: Old Louisville.
|Oct 16 2019||
Councilwoman Dorsey praises Green Heart Project as way to restore Louisville’s tree canopy and improve community health
At 1000 Stanley Avenue this week, the first of thousands of trees was planted as part of a major health study to determine the impact of green foliage on the community’s health. Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey (D-3) was on hand for the first tree planted as part of the Green Heart Project, a program being conducted by the University of Louisville Environment Institute and The Nature Conservancy.
|Oct 14 2019||
Councilwoman Flood announces next South Central Regional Forum to focus on the work of The Coalition for the Homeless
Over the last two years, much attention has been focused on efforts to help the homeless in Louisville Metro. One organization works with the Metro Council and other agencies to find ways to address the problem. Councilwoman Madonna Flood (D-24) announces the next South Central Regional Forum will focus on the work of The Coalition for the Homeless on Wednesday, October 16th.
|Oct 10 2019||
Councilwoman George thanks citizen for working with SWMS Officers as the 12th vehicle of the year impounded for illegal dumping
For a second time in less than a week, Solid Waste Management Services Enforcement Officers, with help from a private citizen, have located and impounded a vehicle caught on camera illegally dumping. It’s the 12th impounded vehicle of the year.
|Oct 10 2019||
President James and Council Members kick off second year for “Art in City Hall”
President David James (D-6) and several Members of the Louisville Metro Council on Thursday, October 10th officially unveiled the 2019 Edition of the “Art in City Hall” Exhibit which features the work of Louisville Visual Artists.
|Oct 10 2019||
Councilman Fox encourages everyone to come out and enjoy a great weekend at the 89th Annual Fairdale Community Fair
It is one of the oldest community events in Southwest Jefferson County and this weekend, the 89th Annual Fairdale Community Fair will get underway with fun for everyone.
|Oct 9 2019||
President James praises effort by SWMS officers as 11th vehicle of 2019 is impounded for illegal dumping
President David James is praising the enforcement effort of Solid Waste Management Services officers as the 11th vehicle of the year is impounded for illegal dumping in District 6.
|Oct 7 2019||
Historic City Hall Clock Tower goes pink in October as a reminder for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is usually a month associated with orange and black. However, the Louisville Metro Council is focusing its attention on pink to let everyone know it’s time to do something to fight a killer. For the rest of the month of October, the Historic City Hall Clock Tower at Sixth and Jefferson Streets will glow pink as a reminder that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
|Oct 4 2019||
Councilwoman Dorsey honors C&S Machine and Manufacturing Corp. as part of National Manufacturing Day
It began as a simple idea back in 1969, and today C&S Machine and Manufacturing Corporation was honored by Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey (D-3) for its commitment to the community and its impact on the local economy in Metro Louisville.
|Oct 4 2019||
Councilwoman Sexton Smith and LMPD call on the public to “Lock, Take and Hide” to fight auto theft downtown
Since the beginning of 2019, Louisville Metro Police are seeing a noticeable increase in both auto theft and theft from cars in the Central Business District of Downtown. As a result, the “Lock, Take, and Hide” campaign is now underway to remind drivers and passengers of the simple ways in which to prevent theft involving automobiles.
|Oct 3 2019||
Councilman Yates encourages everyone to come out for “Rock Out Cancer 2019” on Friday night, October 4th
There will be music and fun on a Friday night, and it is all for a good cause when “Rock Out Cancer 2019” gets underway at the Iroquois Amphitheater for a very good cause. Councilman David Yates (D-25) is encouraging the community to come out and support the event because it will help Shirley’s Way continue to do the good work it does for those who are dealing with cancer.
|Oct 2 2019||
President James invites everyone to come out to the St. James Court Art Show and Old Louisville
It is a fall tradition that highlights a very special area of Old Louisville. The 63rd Annual St. James Court Art Show will once again bring more than 700 artisans and craftsmen from all over the United States along with hundreds of thousands of visitors to the Old Louisville area during the first weekend in October.
|Sep 27 2019||
President James to unveil Honorary Street sign to celebrate the community work of Reverend Fred Johnson
This Saturday, President David James (D-6) will pay tribute to the community work of the Reverend Fred Johnson by unveiling an Honorary Street sign in his name.
|Sep 26 2019||
Councilman Coan announces next phase of Old Cardinal Stadium Seating Bus Stop Project
Councilman Brandon Coan (D-8) in collaboration with the Urban Design Studio at the University of Louisville has unveiled the prototype installation of the first phase of the Old Cardinal Stadium Seating Bus Stop Project.