Apr 18 2018 Councilwoman Hamilton to host District 5 Community Meeting on Tuesday, April 24th

Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton is encouraging residents to come out to the District 5 Community Meeting on April 24th to talk with representatives of Louisville Metro Government if there are issues or concerns they would like to have addressed.

Apr 14 2018 After Department of Justice review, Louisville Metro Separation Ordinance does not conflict with federal immigration law or enforcement

The Jefferson County Attorney’s Office has informed members of the Louisville Metro Council that the Department of Justice has reviewed Louisville Metro’s newly enacted Separation Ordinance (LMCO 39(1)(F)) and found it to be in compliance with federal law (8 USC § 1373). 

Apr 13 2018 Metro Council members encourage the community to support DABA Community Forum on Drugs on Tuesday, April 17

– As the fight continues against drug abuse and addiction in Metro Louisville, Metro Council members applaud the Dixie Area Business Association for pulling together a first of its kind information forum and encourage residents to attend.

Apr 12 2018 Councilwoman Flood announces next South Central Regional Forum to focus on Emergency Services on April 18th

For many people, 911 is who you call in an emergency when you need police, fire or EMS. The Metro Government agency that handles 911 is also the place that alerts you to bad weather or any disaster to keep you and your family safe. Councilwoman Madonna Flood (D-24) announces the next South Central Regional Forum will focus on the work of Emergency Services of Louisville Metro Government on Wednesday, April 18th.

Apr 11 2018 Metro Council goes “On the Road” to hold regular meeting at the Academy @ Shawnee this Thursday, April 12th

President David James (D-6) announces the Louisville Metro Council will hold its next regular meeting at the Academy@Shawnee this coming Thursday, April 12th.

Apr 11 2018 LMPD Data Shows 34.4% of Highlands Property Crimes Committed with Keys

A review of theft from automobiles, stolen vehicles and burglaries in the Highlands for the first quarter of 2018 shows that 34.4% of the crimes committed (55 of 160) were easy targets because the doors were left unlocked, keys were left inside or otherwise made available to thieves, according to Councilman Brandon Coan (D-8). 

Apr 10 2018 Councilman Yates encourages District 25 residents to come out and help cleanup Southwest Louisville

Councilman David Yates is encouraging residents of District 25 to come out and roll up their sleeves to help in the Brightside Community Clean Up throughout the Southend this Saturday, April 14th.

Apr 5 2018 President James puts out the call for volunteers for Spring Cleanup this Saturday, April 7th

President David James (D-6) is looking for a few volunteers with time on their hands this Saturday who are willing to take part in two different cleanups and show their community pride.  

Apr 3 2018 Councilwoman Hamilton to dedicate Kentucky Historical Marker for the Red Cross Hospital on Tuesday, April 10th

To passersby, 1436 South Shelby Street may look like just another building in the Fort Hill/Meriwether Neighborhood.  What they may not realize is the building’s important Louisville history. That  history that will be honored and remembered on Tuesday April 10th, when Kentucky’s newest historical maker will be dedicated in front of the structure that was once known as the Red Cross Hospital (RCH).

Mar 30 2018 President James encourages the community to get involved with a new planning process for the California/Victory Park Neighborhood

President David James (D-6) is moving forward with developing a new neighborhood plan for the California/Victory Park community and is asking the people of area to participate in a process that will maintain the area’s culture, history and community goals.

Mar 30 2018 Councilman Coan to hold last public meeting on Highlands Management District on Monday, April 2nd

Councilman Brandon Coan (D-8) will host the last in a series of meetings for public discussion on the proposed Highlands Management District on Monday, April 2nd.

Mar 26 2018 Councilwoman Hamilton to unveil new sign honoring Louisville Freedom Fighter Mattie Jones

She is no stranger to standing up for what’s right and staring down those who would deny civil rights. Ms. Mattie Jones has worked tirelessly throughout her life as a freedom fighter and has battled injustice, brutality, inequality, and discrimination in Louisville and anywhere the fight took her for over six decades.

Mar 26 2018 Councilwoman Hamilton to host honorary sign unveiling for Officer Nick Rodman on Thursday, March 29th

Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) will host a special ceremony for the unveiling of an honorary street sign in memory of Officer Nick Rodman who died in the line of duty in 2017.

Mar 26 2018 Councilwoman Green calls upon the Kentucky Senate to put an end to House Bill 169

Councilwoman Jessica Green (D-1) Chair of the Louisville Metro Council’s Public Safety Committee, is calling on Senators of the Kentucky General Assembly to put an end to House Bill 169, the so call Gang Violence Prevention Act.

Mar 26 2018 Councilman Coan encourages the community to attend inaugural “Town and Gown-Hall Meeting”

Councilman Brandon Coan (D-8) is encouraging the community to come out and discuss partnership opportunities between Louisville Metro Government and Jefferson County Public Schools to enhance neighborhoods and the schools that anchor them.