Apr 21 2015 Councilman Hollander announces FREE Responsible Recycling Event on Saturday, May 9th

Louisville – It’s a chance to clean out those places where furniture and appliances have collected over the years and bring them to one location where they can be recycled and benefit others.

Councilman Bill Hollander (D-9) announces the next FREE Responsible Recycling Event is set for Saturday May 9th between 9:00am and 12:30pm at the Louisville Water Tower Park, 3005 River Road.

Apr 21 2015 Brightside/Passport Health Plan Spring Community-Wide Cleanup Sets New Volunteer Record

Over 12,000 volunteers have signed up and will join together for this year’s annual Brightside/Passport Health Plan Spring Community-Wide Cleanup to pick up litter and beautify over 190 sites in Louisville. 

Apr 20 2015 The next Talk with David in District 6 set for Saturday, April 25th

Councilman David James invites residents of District 6 to come out to the next “Talk with David” on Saturday, April 25th. It’s an opportunity to meet with the Councilman and talk about any issue or concern from residents in an informal, relaxed setting.

Apr 20 2015 Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Mini-Grant Applications Now Available

The Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Movement is now accepting applications for 2015 mini-grants. The grants will range from $7,500 to $10,000 each and will fund activities that support several focus areas within the Healthy Louisville 2020 Plan.

Apr 20 2015 The next “Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, April 25th

Councilman Tom Owen invites residents of District 8 to come out for the next “Talk with Tom” on Saturday, April 25th 9:00am -11:00am

Apr 19 2015 Bloomberg to give $42 million to help cities do more with data


Apr 18 2015 Metro Councilman Engel and Fern Creek Chamber of Commerce to Host Annual Community-wide Cleanup

Louisville, KY - Louisville Metro Councilman Robin Engel (District 22) and the Fern Creek Community Association and Chamber of Commerce will hold a District 22 community-wide clean-up on Saturday, April 18, between 9:00 a.m. and noon. Clean-Up volunteers will meet at the Fern Creek Community Center (6104 Bardstown Road) and plan to pick up litter along Hurstbourne Parkway/Stony Brook and the Bardstown Road area.

Apr 17 2015 Councilwoman Shanklin to host Community Forum for District 2 residents on recent flooding issues

With recent spring rains and flooding issues, Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin is hosting a community forum for District 2 residents to discuss problems that were caused by the weather and what kind of help is available for those affected.

Apr 17 2015 Councilwoman Hamilton announces next meeting of District 5 Neighborhood Advisory Committee set for Monday, April 20th

Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton announces the next meeting of the District 5 Neighborhood Advisory Committee is set for Monday, April 20th and will feature a presentation on the University of Louisville Cardinal Success Program.

Apr 17 2015 Annual Worksite Wellness Conference to be Held May 19

The Worksite Wellness Council of Louisville, a Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Movement partner, will host the seventh annual worksite wellness conference on Tuesday, May 19, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Founders Union Building on the University of Louisville Shelby Campus, 312 N. Whittington Pkwy. Details and registration for the conference can be found at http://www.louisvilleworksitewellness.org/.

Apr 16 2015 Pedestrian Safety Program Launched

Mayor Greg Fischer today launched a new pedestrian safety program called Look Alive Louisville. The campaign goal is to greatly reduce the number of pedestrian/vehicle collisions and bring to zero the number that result in pedestrian fatalities.

Apr 16 2015 Mayor, Volunteers Set to Launch Annual Week of Service

Volunteers will help distribute toys and other items to needy children. Abandoned homes will be rebuilt for deserving families. Elementary students will hold a read-a-thon to fight child abuse and volunteers will build “Little Libraries” to place in West Louisville neighborhoods.

Apr 16 2015 Metro Council asks Planning Commission to review the Traditional Neighborhood Zoning District regulations

In a unanimous vote, the Louisville Metro Council has approved a resolution asking for a review and evaluation of the effectiveness of the Traditional Neighborhood Zone District regulations

Apr 16 2015 Metro Council passes ordinance to license and regulate Pop Up Parties to create safe atmosphere for young people

They are parties that happen in abandoned warehouses, empty storefronts and occasionally in a building that was subleased from an unsuspecting owner.  There is little to no trained security and the structure is not always safe.  That will soon change. By a vote of 25 to ) with one abstention, the Louisville Metro Council has passed a new ordinance that will crack down on so called Pop up Parties that will now require licensing and trained security to keep party goers safe

Apr 16 2015 Metro Council passes ordinances requiring the licensing of boarding and lodging houses in Metro Louisville

After a year of listening to concerns of neighbors over the growing problem of unlicensed boarding and lodging houses, the Metro Council has approved two new ordinances to get such businesses better regulated