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Councilwoman Marianne Butler

Legislative Assistant
Susan Hughes

Administrative Clerk
Daniel Luckett Jr.

City Hall

601 W. Jefferson Street




Crime Maps Available Online:

Louisville Metro Police offer updated information by Division, beat and address on the Louisvilleky.gov website. Here is the most recent Crime Maps for Divisions 3, 4 & 6. 


Click Here for Division 3

Click Here for Division 4

Click Here for Division 6




Welcome to District 15! Some of the more notable landmarks of the District include Iroquois Park, Churchill Downs, and Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

 We also have the neighborhoods of South Louisville, Wyandotte and Taylor-Berry, Oakdale, Wilder Park, Cloverleaf, Lucky Horseshoe and St Joseph. 


Phone Numbers of Interest

Metro Call: 311 or 574-5000

Air Pollution: 574-6000

Animal Services: 363-6609 or 361-1318

Economic Development: 574-4140

Planning & Design Services: 574-6230

Community Services & Revitalization: 574-4377

Public Works: 574-5810

TARC: 585-1234

PARC: 569-6222

Legal Aid: 584-1254

IPL (Code Enforcement): 574-3321

Congressman John Yarmuth: 582-5129

Solid Waste Management (SWMS): 574-3571

Metro Parks: 456-8100

Metro Police: (Non Emergency)574-7111 or 574-2111

LMPD 4th Division:574-7010

LMPD 3rd Division: 574-2135

LMPD 6th Division: 574-2187

Anonymous Tipline:574-LMPD (5673)

Metro Safe: 572-3460 or 574-7111

Master Commissioner Jefferson Circuit Court (Foreclosure Sales): 753-4888 


Iroquois Park Northern Overlook Public Meeting for Design Presentation

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

6 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.

Iroquois Amphitheater

The public information session held on July 15, was a great success. A special thanks to all of you that came out, or participated in the online survey. We received some wonderful feedback which is being used to help design the new look for the Northern Overlook. At this August 19th meeting, Olmstead will present the design recommendation. For further information go to www.olmstedparks.org, or call 502-456-8125.

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Thank you to everyone who attended and volunteered for National Night Out on August 5th. Above is Arabella Brown enjoying the bubble station at the 4th Division National Night Out in Wyandotte Park!

Iroquois Ampitheater

Sunday, August 17, 2014 at 6 P.M. "Appalatin" in concert.

To enjoy other events at the Iroquois Amphitheater or for additional information call 368-5865 or visit www.iroquoisamphitheater.com.

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Metro Animal Services Day Camps!

August 18 - 20, 2014

12 P.M. to 3 P.M.

Metro Animal House Adoption Center, 3516 Newburg Road.

The 3 Day Camps offer youths 6 - 12 an opportunity to learn more about how to appreciate, care for and safely interact with our furry friends! For more information call 502-473-PETS (7387) or email MASPublicEd@louisvilleky.gov

The 9th annual "WALK AWAY from Colon Cancer & 5K RUN"

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Iroquois Park

Festivities start at 8 A.M. - the 5K starts at 9 A.M.

For further information go to www.coloncancerpreventionproject.org


The Iroquois Library cordially invites you to attend our 75th Anniversary Celebration and Open House!

Saturday, August 23, 2014

12:00 to 4 P.M.

Iroquois Library, 601 W. Woodlawn Ave

Events Include: Historian Tom Owens will present “A History of Louisville Neighborhoods” – 1 P.M., Moonlight Big Band – 2:30 P.M., The Little Loomhouse weaving demonstrations, Neighborhood Historians, Iroquois Library history exhibit, Best vintage hat contest for men & women, Trivia contests, Bookwalk, Door prizes, Refreshments – Food Trucks

For further information call 574-1720 or go to www.LFPL.org

Taste of South Louisville!

Saturday, August 23, 2014

6 P.M. to 8 P.M.

Churchill Downs - Millionaires Row

This exciting event showcases restaurants and food vendors from South Louisville and surrounding areas. Come sample their tasty dishes!  

For further information call 502-361-7763.


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Louisville Forward is the city’s new integrated approach to economic and community development, combining the important tasks of helping businesses locate and expand in Louisville with place-making activities that make Louisville an authentic city with a high quality of life.  Their work attracts talent and offers a location that provides a competitive environment where businesses can grow and people choose to live. Louisville Forward encompasses two departments:
Economic Development focuses on business retention, expansion and attraction, including business lending functions. Learn more about how to start or grow your business in Louisville!

Develop Louisville focuses on the full range of land development activities, including planning and design, vacant and abandoned properties initiatives, advanced planning, housing programs, permits and licensing, land acquisition, and development partnerships.

 Please call them with your business and development needs at 574-4140 or visit www.louisvilleky.gov/louisvilleforward


Stray Cats in these zip codes? 40208, 40214, 40215, 40258, 40272

FREE Spay and Neuter Available!

Do you know someone who lives in the 40208, 40214, 40215, 40258, or 40272 zip code who feeds and cares for stray, and unowned cats?  We can help the caretaker humanely trap the cats.  We’ll spay or neuter the cats and return them … at NO COST to you! Cats are trapped, vaccinated, neutered and ear-tipped (the universal symbol of a neutered cat). There are no more kittens. Their numbers gradually go down. And annoying behaviors such as yowling, fighting and the spraying stops!

Call Alley Cat Advocates at 502-634-8777 to make an appointment today!


Olmsted Parks Conservancy

Looking for volunteers for several special events this fall. Great way for high school students to get their service hours!  Fun opportunities for adults too! Individuals and groups welcome! Variety of dates, times, locations and tasks available. Email sarah.wolff@olmstedparks.org for more information. www.olmstedparks.org