|Jun 19 2019||
Louisville Metro Government launches new Accela Business & Customer Portals
51 new licenses or permits now available online
|Jun 12 2019||
New and improved 311 and business portals launch June 19
Brief necessary outages planned for both systems beginning today
Louisville Metro Government’s work to replace and improve the city’s work order system, business portal and 311 reporting system is nearing completion and will launch on June 19.
The new systems from Accela will:
|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 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’
|Sep 12 2018||City of Louisville’s website tops national award for digital excellence|
|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.
|Mar 8 2018||
Louisville Metro earns 2018 Readiness Challenge Grant
Louisville Metro is among five recipients of the Smart Cities Council’s 2018 Readiness Challenge Grants, which will provide mentoring and tailored products and services to acce
|Jan 5 2018||
Mayor names Chris Seidt as city’s new Director of Information Technology
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced the appointment of Chris Seidt as Director of Information Technology.
|Nov 10 2017||
Louisville again ranks among Top 5 digital governments
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that Louisville has again been ranked a top digital city nationally, placing in the Top 5 in the Center for Digital Government’s Digital Cities Survey.
The annual survey, now in its 17th year, “recognizes cities using technology to improve citizen services, enhance transparency and encourage citizen engagement,” according to the center.
|Sep 6 2017||
City recognized for digital and innovation excellence
The Center for Digital Government today recognized Louisville Metro as a leader in digit
|Jun 5 2017||
Louisville Metro – Notice of Data Security Event
Louisville Metro recently discovered an incident that may affect the security of personal information stored within our environment. This notice is meant to provide information about the incident, steps taken since discovering the incident, and information on what potentially affected individuals can do to better protect against the possibility of identity theft and fraud.
|Feb 6 2017||
Mayor Fischer announces city partnership with IFTTT
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced a new city partnership with IFTTT, a San Francisco-based web and mobile platform that allows users to transform how they experience and manage their homes and habits.
IFTTT allows users to customize their experience with other services and tools — including Twitter, Google Drive, email digest and Philips Hue light bulbs — without coding.
|Nov 11 2016||
Louisville ranks among top 10 digital governments
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that Louisville Metro has been ranked a top digital city, placing in the top 10 in the Center for Digital Government’s Digital Cities Survey.
The survey takes a broad look at how cities are approaching open data, transparency, innovation, citizen services and engagement, and much more.
|Nov 9 2016||
Jason Ballard welcomes Premiere CIO Forum to Louisville
|Oct 27 2016||
Louisville Metro Government wins national award for cybersecurity
The Center for Digital Government released their sixth-annual Cybersecurity Leadership and Innovation Awards today to recognize progress by state and local government, education and healthcare organizations and leaders across America. Louisville Metro Government won in the City Government category, highlighting our work to secure $1.2 million dollars in special funding to implement a new cybersecurity program that is tied directly to Mayor Fischer’s strategic goals.