Councilwoman Leet to host “Lemonade with Leet” events throughout District 7

With the end of summer in sight there are just a few weeks left to enjoy a glass of lemonade with neighbors, so Councilwoman Leet is hitting the freshly paved roads of District 7 with her “Lemonade with Leet” mobile... Continue Reading →

River Road closure in Jefferson County scheduled for August 28-30

Louisville, KY (August 28, 2017) - The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) advises motorists of overnight closures this week on KY 3077 (River Road) in Jefferson County. KYTC electrical crews will continue removal of overhead electrical conduit on Interstate 64. Westbound... Continue Reading →

Louisville Metro Council Summer Legislative Update

It has been a busy summer at City Hall. Here is a round up of the legislation Councilwoman Leet has been working on: New Sexual Harassment Policy: In July the Louisville Metro Council unanimously voted to adopt its first sexual... Continue Reading →

College Prep & Financial Aid Workshop

We invite High school and college students and families from throughout Louisville to meet with representatives from Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) will be on hand to provide students and families with detailed information about college access and the... Continue Reading →

Get back to school safely!

With school right around the corner it is important that together we work to keep our kids safe! Safety Tips for Drivers Slow down and obey all traffic laws and speed limits, both in school zones and in neighborhoods surrounding... Continue Reading →

Join us today for a moment of unity in Jefferson Square Park!

Now is the time to respect each other and respect can not begin when hate speech is given a voice and symbols of hatred aren't condemned. Please join me and other members of the Louisville Metro Council, other locally elected... Continue Reading →

Railroad crossings closed for CSX repairs

Starting this week, several railroad crossings in and around Louisville will be closed as CSX crews work on railroad tracks. CSX officials say motorists can expect to see signs detailing the closings and recommended detour routes over the next few... Continue Reading →

Did you know homeowner’s insurance does not cover flood damage?

MSD wants you to know that anyone in Louisville Metro can purchase flood insurance and even though flood insurance isn’t always required, people outside the mapped floodplain can still be at risk.  Over 20% of all National Flood Insurance Program... Continue Reading →

LMPD would like to remind residents to leave front and back porch lights on at night. It can help Police, Fire and EMS find your house in an emergency at night. It also allows police on patrol and neighbors to see suspicious activity that might be taking place at or near your home.

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