Metro Council to begin review of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget

The Metro Council received Mayor Greg Fischer’s FY18 Budget proposal at the April 27, 2017 Meeting of the Metro Council. The Mayor used his speech as an opportunity to update the council on his capital and operating plans for the... Continue Reading →

Join the conversation: Comprehensive Plan open house forums announced!

What is a comprehensive plan? A comprehensive plan establishes a framework to guide public and private decisions about future growth, preservation and changes within a local government. Louisville Metro adopted its current comprehensive plan, Cornerstone 2020, on June 15, 2000.... Continue Reading →

Councilwoman Leet issues statement regarding Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad

“Yesterday I participated in a meeting of the Metro Council’s Public Safety Committee. The meeting was focused on the number of police officers and the needs of the department. Instead of having a productive conversation on what the department needs... Continue Reading →

Auto Theft Prevention – A message from LMPD

Each year, $1.255 billion in personal items and accessories are stolen from vehicles in about 1.85 million thefts; and for every successful theft, experts estimate, there are several break-ins and attempted break-ins. With these common sense habits and preventative measures,... Continue Reading →

Thank you Kosair Charities!

Two District 7 Schools each received a $1 million dollar gift to help them improve education for kids with specialized learning needs.

What you need to know for Thunder Over Louisville this weekend…

Thunder Over Louisville, the official  kickoff for the Kentucky Derby Festival, is is this Saturday, April 22. Here's what you need to know: Air Show starts at 3:00PM  Fireworks start at 9:30PM The Louisville Metro Police Department advises Thunder patrons to... Continue Reading →

#MetroMonday – Pothole Blitz is underway!

Each year Metro Public Works hosts a Pothole Blitz. Which is an effort organized annually by Metro Public Works. During the blitz, members of Metro Public Works work to recover from damage caused by the multiple freeze/thaw cycles of winter,... Continue Reading →

Get Rebates on Electric Lawn Equipment

The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District's Lawn Care for Cleaner Air Program encourages Louisville Metro residents to reduce these harmful lawn-related air emissions by using much cleaner electric and human-powered lawn equipment. Through the Lawn Care for Cleaner Air... Continue Reading →

“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears!” – JULIUS CAESAR, William Shakespeare

For 56 years, Kentucky Shakespeare, a not-for-profit charitable organization, professional theater company, and the oldest free Shakespeare Festival in the United States has presented free Shakespeare in Central Park in Old Louisville during the summer. We’ll again be presenting in... Continue Reading →

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