Soil testing at Champions Park shows landfill cap not disturbed; Edith Avenue reopened Friday, Oct 19 2018 

Edith Avenue has been reopened after state and city testing confirmed that a clay cap installed as a protective layer over the old Edith Avenue landfill at Champions Park has not been disturbed.

The state Energy and Environment Cabinet and an environmental firm hired by the city took samples from the area earlier this month, which were then sent to two separate independent labs to verify there is no contamination and the site continues to be safe.

A contractor soon will begin smoothing out ruts and tracks left on the park grounds after heavy rain and flooding caused cancellation of the annual Bourbon & Beyond and Louder Than Life festivals in September. The gates around that portion will remain up while that work is being done.

Notice of Planning & Design Public Meetings Friday, Oct 19 2018 

This information was received after our October 18 eNews was sent out. The meetings are next Wednesday, October 24, 2018.

For basic details for all of below case/s please visit  Click on “Search Case Information” link on the left navigation bar.  Then select the “home” tab and select the type of case and enter the above case number.

For specific case information please call or email the listed case manager.  If you have any questions please contact Planning & Design directly at 574-6230.



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Junk Pick-up in District 9 Monday, Oct 8 2018 

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It’s time to clean house and get ready for another junk collection if you live in the 9th District Urban Services District (USD). You may begin setting out your junk Friday, October 19 in the afternoon. All junk must be set out by Monday, October 22 at 6:00 a.m. Some items (hazardous materials, construction debris, etc.) are not collected. For collection guidelines, please visit Sign up for junk set out reminders by email and text, click here! To see if you are in the collection area, go to, enter your address and check under “sanitation services.”

D9 Fall Community Cleanup Thursday, Oct 4 2018 

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Please plan to join your neighbors and neighborhood/business associations (Frankfort Avenue Business Association, Crescent Hill Community Council, Clifton Community Council and Butchertown Neighborhood Association) on Saturday, October 20, for the D9 Fall Community Cleanup.

In partnership with Brightside, volunteers will be cleaning up the Frankfort Avenue corridor, specifically working on trimming trees and cleaning tree wells. Volunteers should plan to meet at 8:30 a.m. at the Keats and Frankfort Avenue public parking lot for breakfast sandwiches, provided by the Clifton McDonald’s, and hot coffee, provided by Heine Brothers’ Coffee. The cleanup will officially begin at 9:00 a.m. The District 9 office will provide bags, gloves, tools and t-shirts on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you would like to register your own neighborhood team through Brightside, please click here.

No Garbage, Recycling or Yard Waste Pickup on Labor Day Friday, Aug 31 2018 

There will be no residential garbage, recycling or yard waste collection within the Louisville Metro Urban Services District (former Louisville city limits) on Monday, September 3, in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Collection through the week will be delayed by one day beginning with the regular Monday pickups occurring on Tuesday.

Garbage pickup in St. Matthews will also be delayed because of the holiday.

Other District 9 residents who rely on private haulers for garbage, recycling and yard waste collection should consult those haulers about holiday collection schedules.

Also, Jefferson County staffed recycling, hazardous waste and waste reduction facilities will be closed on Saturday, September 1 in recognition of the holiday and closed on Monday as usual.

Back to School Block Party – Sept. 7 Wednesday, Aug 29 2018 

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Please mark your calendars for the 19th Annual Back to School Block Party at the Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center, 201 Reservoir Park on Friday, September 7th from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.  Enjoy FREE pizza, swimming, door prizes and family fun!  Make a child ID with LMPD. Click here to view the flyer.

Youth door prizes are still being accepted. If you are interested in donating a new children’s item or gift card, please contact the office at 574-3908 or email Kyle Ethridge.

Thank you to sponsors who have already committed door prizes: 5-0-Lou, Blue Dog Bakery, Carmichael’s Bookstore, Café Classico, Crescent Hill Trading Company, Dairy Del, Graeter’s Ice Cream (St. Matthews), Heine Brothers’ Coffee, Just Creations, Margaret’s Consignments, McDonalds (Clifton), Red Hog Butcher, and Roar-Shack Bookstore.

St. Matthews Library Closing As Work Continues Thursday, Aug 23 2018 

St. Matthews LibraryThe St. Matthews Library will be CLOSED beginning August 26 and stay closed for the remainder of its renovation. For the convenience of Library patrons, starting August 26 the Middletown Library will begin offering Sunday hours (1-5 p.m.) until St. Matthews reopens in spring 2019.

Weekly St. Matthews storytimes will continue to be held at the St. Matthews Community Center (310 Ten Pin Lane) throughout the closure. Please check the online calendar for the current schedule.

And patrons are encouraged to visit the Crescent Hill, Westport, or Middletown branches—or any of the Library’s area locations—during construction.

The St. Matthews Library is undergoing a massive renovation and expansion, funded largely by the City of St. Matthews, with a $1 Million contribution by Louisville Metro. Follow the eNews for more information as the work continues and we prepare for a grand reopening of the St. Matthews Library in the spring.

New Way to Report Illegal Dumpers Tuesday, Aug 21 2018 

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.

That’s why people caught dumping along our city’s alleys, sidewalks, fields, roadsides, and recycling bins are subject to fines and impoundment of any vehicle used in the dumping. That’s where citizens can help with the problem. If you witness illegal dumping while it’s happening, report it.

Metro has developed a new online form you can use to tell us where it happened, describe the vehicle(s) involved, preferably with license plate number(s), and even upload pictures. Of course you can always call Metro Call 311 or 574-5000. For more information about illegal dumping, including a link to the reporting form, visit our illegal dumping webpage.

D9 Community Conversation – TONIGHT! Tuesday, Aug 21 2018 

seal-hi-res full colorThe next Community Conversation is TONIGHT, Tuesday, August 21 at the Peterson-Dumesnil House, 301 S. Peterson Avenue, beginning at 6:30 pm.

Our guest will be Nick Hart, Environmental Health Manager of the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health & Wellness. It’s your chance to learn more about the Hepatitis A outbreak, restaurant inspections, mosquitoes and much more. I’ll be available to talk about any issues you’d like to discuss.  Please mark your calendar and join us – and bring along a friend or neighbor!

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