District 13 E-Newsletter August 7, 2020

Header - November 2019 Updated

Mark Fox

601 W Jefferson Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
Phone: 502.574.1113
Fax: 502.574.4422


Elizabeth Alexander

Legislative Assistant
Phone: 502.574.3458


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District 13 Website

Updated District 13 Map

Map of all affected areas

General redistricting info

Key Community Contacts:


Dare to Care Food Bank

First Baptist Church Fairdale 413 Fairdale Road 
Wednesdays - 3:30 to 6:00 pm
Phone:  368-9053
Website: https://daretocare.org/contact-us/

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Derby City Eagles Club

Fish Fry every Friday, 5:30-8PM; Karaoke 8pm-Midnight, 201 Outer Loop; Open to the public
Phone: 363-2241

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Fairdale Lions Club

Fish Fry every 2nd Friday of the month, 11:00am-7:00pm.
Phone:  368-3479

Metro Council Website


Louisville Metro Police Department

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Check Crime Maps by clicking HERE

Sign up for crime alerts from LMPD by clicking HERE

Sign up for Emergency Alerts by clicking HERE

Metro Police:

(Non Emergency)574-7111 or 574-2111

3rd Division: 574-2135

Anonymous Tipline:

574-LMPD (5673)

Metro Safe: 572-3460 or 574-7111

August E-News

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Louisville Metro Introduces Temporary On-Street Dining to Help Restaurants


Louisville Metro Government has expanded opportunities for restaurants to offer new temporary outdoor dining through the utilization of on-street parking spaces. Restaurants may offer outdoor dining using on-street parking spaces in an attempt to help restaurants survive the most recent restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Until Aug. 12, Kentucky restaurants may only serve up to 25% capacity inside their dining rooms, though 100% capacity is allowed outside as long as tables are spaced 6 feet apart.

The temporary on-street dining must be:

  • Immediately adjacent to the sidewalk
  • In public, on-street parking spaces that do not have peak hour restrictions
  • On streets where the speed limit is 35 mph or less
  • Located in spaces immediately adjacent to the approved business

Interested restaurants will submit plans to the city for approval before implementation. Restaurants can view a full list of regulations and submit their plan by CLICKING HERE

Governor's Executive Order Requiring Face Coverings

The executive order states that face coverings will be required:

  • While inside or waiting in line to enter any: retail establishment, grocery store, pharmacy, hair salon/barbershop, nail salon/spa, tattoo parlor, child care facility, restaurant or bar (when not seated and consuming food or beverage), health care setting, or any other indoor public space in which it is difficult to maintain a physical distance of at least six feet from all individuals who are not members of that person’s household.
  • While waiting for or riding on public transportation or paratransit, or while riding in a taxi, private car service, or ride-sharing vehicle, or driving any of the above while customers are present.
  • While in outdoor public spaces in which the person cannot maintain a physical distance of six feet from all individuals who are not members of the person’s household and is not otherwise covered by previously issued guidance.

There are several exemptions to the order, including children who are 5 or younger and any person with a disability, or a physical or mental impairment, that prevents them from safely wearing a face covering. 

CLICK HERE for full order.

Fairdale & Sun Valley Pools August Dates