|Dec 26 2018||
President James announces Historic City Hall Clock will shine blue in honor of fallen LMPD Detective
President David James (D-6) has announced the Historic City Hall Clock will shine in the color blue beginning today and until funeral services are held in honor of Detective Diedre Mengedoht of the LMPD 2nd Division.
|Dec 6 2018||
Metro Council’s Budget Committee approves additional funding to deal with homeless issues
The Metro Council’s Budget Committee has approved $546,791 in an effort to deal with the current homeless problem in Metro Louisville. The funding was found as part of the year-end budget adjustment after the completion of audits of the 2017 -2018 Operating and Capital Budgets.
|Dec 4 2018||
Councilwoman Flood encourages everyone to have a safe holiday season by getting rid of unwanted or unused medications
Councilwoman Madonna Flood (D-24) is encouraging everyone in the community to take advantage of a special drug toss, medication disposal event coming up this Saturday, December 8th.
|Oct 16 2018||
Councilwoman Flood announces next South Central Regional Forum to focus on Holiday Safety on October 17th
The next South Central Regional Forum will focus on how you can make the holidays safe with help from the Louisville Metro Police’s Seventh Division and the Okolona Fire Department.
|Aug 19 2018||
SWMS Enforcement has impounded 4th vehicle of the year for illegal dumping in District 5
The Solid Waste Management Services Enforcement Department has impounded its 4th vehicle of 2018 for illegal dumping. With the help of employees from Bulk Waste, last week a Uhaul truck in the 2500 block of W Jefferson was seen illegally dumping. The employee took pictures of the vehicle and waited until SWMS Enforcement was able to investigate.
|Aug 13 2018||
Councilwoman Flood announces next South Central Regional Forum to deal with Metro Health Services on August 15th
What is the latest on the Hepatitis A outbreak in Metro Louisville? Who makes sure restaurants are clean and prepare food safely? Who controls the mosquito population? Where do I go to learn about lead poisoning prevention? The answers to those and many other questions can be heard at the next South Central Regional Forum which will focus on the work of the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health & Wellness on Wednesday, August 15th.
|Jul 30 2018||
Councilwoman Welch encourages the community to share their thoughts on the future of Fairdale
Councilwoman Vicki Aubrey Welch (D-13) is inviting everyone to come out and share their thoughts and ideas on the proposed Fairdale Village Center Planning Project at a special community workshop on Tuesday, July 31.
|Jul 30 2018||
Councilwoman Welch to host special ceremony to honor Kenwood Drive In with a Kentucky Historical Marker
On Tuesday, July 31st Councilwoman Vicki Aubrey Welch (D-13), the Kentucky Historical Society and representatives of the Iroquois Neighborhood Association will dedicate the Commonwealth’s newest Historical Marker at the Kenwood Drive In.
|Jul 29 2018||
Council Members encourage community to protest Family Dollar Stores request to sell malt beverages
Several Members of the Democratic Caucus of the Louisville Metro Council are calling on residents of Metro Louisville to participate in special protests on Monday, July 30th in opposition to the decision by Family Dollar Stores to seek a liquor license to sell malt beverages in their stores.
|Jul 1 2018||
Louisville Metro Council Offices closed on Wednesday, July 4th
The Offices of the Louisville Metro Council and the Metro Council Clerk will be closed on Wednesday, July 4th in observance of the Fourth of July Holiday.
|Jun 25 2018||
Councilman Rick Blackwell invites community to 7th Annual Riverview Independence Festival for fun, music and fireworks
The Ohio River will come alive with fireworks and fun on Saturday, June 30th at the Riverview Independence Festival presented by Brown-Forman and Kosair Charities. The celebration will be a day of music, entertainment, and family fun in the beautiful southwest park along the Ohio River and this year features an all- new musical lineup and expanded kids activity area!
|May 25 2018||
Louisville Metro Council Passes First in Nation Ordinance
Louisville Metro Council passed an Ordinance requiring nutritional standards and a healthy default beverage in children’s meals, the first in the nation to adopt the combined standards. The so-called “healthy-by-default” rule that passed 13-11 by the Louisville Metro Council aims to tackle the city’s skyrocketing childhood obesity rate and worsening type II diabetes epidemic. This Ordinance follows the National Restaurant Association’s “Kids Live Well” Program.
|May 16 2018||
Council members Welch, Fowler and Yates encourage everyone to come out and enjoy a great spring tradition at the 14th Annual Forest Fest
There a few places in Metro Louisville where you will find scenic beauty and hear great Bluegrass Music. In the springtime, the best place to find both is in the Jefferson Memorial Forest. On Saturday, May 19th Council members Vicki Aubrey Welch (D-13), Cindi Fowler (D-14) and David Yates (D-25) proudly present the 14th Annual Forest Fest.
|May 14 2018||
Metro Council Budget Committee to hold second Public Hearing for FY 19 Capital and Operating Budgets
The Louisville Metro Council’s Budget Committee will hold its next public hearing on Tuesday, May 15th on Mayor Greg Fischer’s proposed 2018 -2019 Capital and Operating Budgets.
|Apr 26 2018||
Metro Council Budget Committee Announces Hearing Schedule for FY 19 Capital and Operating Budgets
Louisville Metro Council’s Budget Committee has added another public hearing and released its schedule for reviewing Mayor Greg Fischer’s proposed 2018 -2019 Capital and Operating Budgets.