|Jun 11 2015||
Open Data Portal is powerful toolbox for creative minds
From interactive maps to college courses to smart phone apps helping the visually impaired - Louisville Metro Government’s Open Data Portal is being used throughout the nation giving citizens a practical look at information.
|Jun 11 2015||
Designated email addresses being issued to all citizens serving on Boards and Commissions
The city’s Metro Technology Services Department (MTS) is in the process of providing email addresses to all citizens serving on a board or commission for official government business, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.
|Jun 10 2015||
Councilwoman Hamilton announces FREE WiFi Network pilot program for West Louisville residents
Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) today announced the launch of a new outdoor public WiFi network pilot program for residents in the Shawnee Neighborhood.
|Apr 3 2015||
Mayor announces expansion of nationally recognized Code Louisville project
The innovative Code Louisville tech-training program, a focus of President Obama’s visit to Louisville Thursday, is being expanded to help even more people get training for higher-paying technology jobs, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.
|Feb 5 2015||
Mayor Launches Pinterest Page
Mayor Greg Fischer has launched a new social media channel, by starting a Pinterest account that will share with the world his vision of Louisville.
“In the changing media landscape, we have to make sure that we’re pushing the story of Louisville through every available channel,” Fischer said.
|Nov 24 2014||
New City Website Provides Quicker, Better Service to Citizens
City government has launched a new, much improved website that makes it easier for citizens to access services and information – whether they are on a desktop computer, tablet or mobile device, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.
|Nov 13 2014||
Louisville Metro Named Top Digital City Government
When it comes to using technology to connect with citizens, Louisville Metro is one of the top local governments in America. For the fourth year in a row, Louisville has been named a top digital city by e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government (The Center) in its annual Digital Cities Survey. Louisville placed 3rd in the survey for U.S. cities with a population over 250,000.
|Sep 15 2014||
Louisville's Commitment to Data and Transparency
The Fischer Administration is committed to Open Data for both philosophical and practical reasons. Check out this Courier-Journal article with Ted Smith and Theresa Reno-Weber to learn more.