Cooper Chapel Road Widening Set to Begin August 4
Public hearing set for July 31 ahead of August 4 start of Cooper Chapel Road widening project.
Fourth Street along U of L to be Reconfigured
Public meetings set for August 6 and 8 for road resurfacing project that will add bike lanes near University of Louisville along Fourth Street.
Public Works to Sell Compost Bins and Rain Barrels
Federal Grant to Help Reduce Pedestrian Deaths in Louisville
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration grant will fund a 3-year program to reduce pedestrian fatalities in Louisville.
Bike Lanes Coming to Hill Street, Grinstead Drive
Bike lanes are being added to Hill Street and Grinstead Drive in Louisville.
Fully buffered bike lanes now on Kentucky and Breckinridge streets
New bike lanes on Kentucky and Breckinridge streets are the first fully buffered bike lanes in Louisville.
Help Determine the Future of Louisville's Tree Canopy
The Public is invited to a meeting Wednesday, June 11 on creating a campaign for a healthy tree canopy in Louisville.
Compost Bins and Rain Barrels at Truckload Sale
The Louisville Jefferson County Waste Management District, in partnership with Louisville Metro Government, will host a compost bin and rain barrel truckload sale this Saturday, May 31.
Yard Waste Plastic Bag Ban Begins January 1, 2015
Beginning January 1, 2015 plastic bags will no longer be permitted for yard waste in Jefferson County.
Louisville Metro Surplus Vehicle Auction
Seneca Loop Extension Underway
Seneca Loop Extension project will complete a 4-mile recreational loop around the park and Bowman Field.
Composting, Recycling Help Offered
Citizens can participate in a new drop-off composting program and are urged to use existing recycling programs.
Projects Will Add Bike Lanes on Four Roads
Bike lanes will be added on Grinstead Drive, Hill Street, Breckinridge Street and Kentucky Street.
Wet-Dry Pilot to Dramatically Increase Recycling
New Wet-Dry method of sorting trash will push recycling rate among Central Business District locations toward the city's goal of 90 percent.
Louisville Launches Pothole Blitz
Mayor Greg Fischer today helped launch this year’s Pothole Blitz, an annual event aimed at ridding the city’s streets of the many potholes left by the repeated freeze-thaw cycles of winter.
Following a winter that saw a seemingly unprecedented frequency of snow the number of potholes left behind is also running well ahead of recent years. Metro Public Works patched 8,726 potholes from the start of the snow season on November 1, 2013 and the end of February 2014. In the same period a year ago 7,162 potholes were patched.
Ice Covered Tree Branches Best Left Alone
In the wake of this week’s storm that left many tree branches coated with ice, Louisville Metro Arborist Mark White said residents should resist the urge to try to remove the ice. He urged instead, that we let nature take its course.