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Public Works & Assets Newsroom - 2008 Archive


11/26/2008
Harrods Creek Bridge Closed Indefinitely
Metro Public Works has closed the River Road bridge over Harrods Creek after a state engineer deemed the bridge unsafe for travel.

10/30/2008
Mayor: Louisville Ready for Winter Weather
Mayor Jerry Abramson today announced the city has added new ways to keep roads clear and prevent potholes as part of Louisville’s snow-removal response – making it more efficient and effective.

10/27/2008
Free Leaf Dropoff at Public Works Yards
Homeowners looking for ways to dispose of fallen leaves can drop them off at two Metro Louisville Public Works yards beginning today.

10/14/2008
Crews Clearing Storm Debris: View Removal Map
Louisville Public Works crews are working to remove trees and limbs from the public right-of-ways throughout the city, a process that will take at least two months. Residents have a tool to check pickup status in their area.

3/18/2008
Portion of Rehl Road Closed for Safety
Louisville Metro Public Works crews have closed a short section of Rehl Road in eastern Jefferson County due to risk of sliding. The road is closed between South Pope and East Rehl Court, near the Gene Snyder Freeway.

2/13/2008
City Nearing End of Winter Storm
Louisville Metro Public Works managers say the city’s main roads are in remarkably good shape following several days of snow and freezing rain.

2/12/2008
City Prepared for Second Blast of Winter Weather
Louisville’s Public Works crews are preparing for another round of precipitation after 6 p.m. – one that could result in icy roads for the evening.

2/12/2008
City Prepared for Winter Storm
Louisville’s Public Works crews are preparing for another round of precipitation after 6 p.m. – one that could result in icy roads for the evening.

2/11/2008
City Prepared for Winter Storm
Mayor Jerry Abramson said today that the city is ready to battle the snowstorm scheduled to arrive late this afternoon. Forecasters anticipate four to eight inches of snow, followed by freezing rain or sleet.