Ohio River Valley Northeast (ORVNE) Segment Public Meeting: September 10

Louisville Public Works needs your input! Join us for a public meeting on the design of the Louisville Loop's ORVNE segment from Timber Ridge Road to the Lewis and Clark Bridge. We will have maps and other information about the... Continue Reading →

World Fest is August 31 – September 3, 2018

WorldFest receives Kentucky Travel Industry Association's, Judge's Recognition Award for its Fall Top 10 Festivals and Events.  The International Festival and Event Association named  Louisville the top Festival city in North America in 2010 and 2015.    WorldFest was one of the... Continue Reading →

Bold Moves Against Suicide

If someone close to you were very depressed, or having suicidal thoughts -- would you recognize it, or know what to do or say? Sadly, the rate of suicide death in Louisville is far too high and we hope you... Continue Reading →

Nine New SpeedAlert Radar Devices are unveiled and ready for Deployment in Louisville Metro

Today I, along with fellow representatives of the Louisville Metro Council’s Minority Caucus and the LMPD, participated in an event to demonstrate new technology to help deter speeding and promote safety in our neighborhoods. Earlier this year, the nine Republican Members of the Louisville Metro... Continue Reading →

Metro Council Meetings for the week of August 13th

Meeting times are subject to change. Agendas are followed at the discretion of the Chair of each Committee. While an item may be listed, it does not mean a vote will be taken by a committee. To review all agendas... Continue Reading →

Louisville Grows’ Up Up! Farm Film Festival is September 15

Louisville Grows' first major fundraiser will bring a series of feature length, independently produced films and shorts together for our first Film Festival. Each film will explore questions of farmland access, rural livelihoods and the sustainability of people and place.... Continue Reading →

New Way to Report Illegal Dumpers with Easy Online Form

We all know that illegal dumping--putting waste on property that is not licensed as a disposal facility--is an eyesore that is expensive to clean up, diminishes quality of life, discourages economic development and even sends plastic debris into our waterways.... Continue Reading →

TARC in need of bus drivers

TARC is currently advertising for both full time and part time coach operators.  Here is information from the TARC website: TARC is a 24/7 operation. Interested applicants should be available to work all shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays. Minimum... Continue Reading →

Haz Bin Expanding to 5 Day Schedule August 14

Haz Bin, our household hazardous waste drop-off facility, will operate on a five days a week schedule beginning Tuesday, August 14. The facility is currently open only on Wednesday and Saturday. That's three additional days per week to safely dispose... Continue Reading →

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