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District 6 Dispatch

David James

Councilman David James

Email Councilman James

        502-574-1106 - Office           502-574-1551 - Fax    


Shalanna Taylor


Shalanna Taylor

Email Shalanna 

502-574-3910 - Office




EMERGENCY/EMS/Fire/Police: 911

Animal Control             473-7387

Community Action       574-4377

County Clerk's Office   574-5700

Health and Wellness    574-6520

LG&E                            589-1444

Louisville Water Co.     583-6610

Metro Call                             311

Metro Parks                 456-8100

MSD                             540-6000

Poison Control     (800)222-1222

Police Dept-Metro        574-7111

PVA                              574-6380

Sheriff's Office             574-5400

State Highway Repair  210-5400

Veteran's Affairs          595-4447


TARC3 Where's My Ride?         589-9879

Customer Comments            585-1234

TARC3 Paratransit Reservations                         560-0333

TARC3 Reservations TTY        213-3240

TARC3 Paratransit Cancellation Message Line                       560-0322

TARC3 Paratransit Eligibility Office                                    213-3217

Will Call Return Ride (before 4:30pm)                                  560-0333

Will Call Return Ride (after 4:30pm)                                  589-9879

TARC Customer Service          585-1234

TARC Website    www.ridetarc.org


This Issue:

COVID-19 Information

Please see list of pandemic assistance resources here


Subscribe to Covid-19 Health Alerts via email

Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 will allow us to worship together, reopen schools, and return to work in person. Choosing to be vaccinated helps you and your loved ones stay safe. It helps our community’s most vulnerable members to be protected against this pandemic and the social isolation that comes along with it.

COVID-19 is still spreading in our city. We are experiencing a record number of cases, and, unfortunately, deaths. Until most of us can be vaccinated, wearing a mask and keeping our distance and limiting where we go is still essential to protecting ourselves, our families, and our communities. Even as we celebrate the development of safe and effective vaccines, these safety measures - including staying home when you may be sick - remain crucial parts of our effort to eliminate this pandemic.


Information about the LouVax immunization site at Broadbent ArenaInstructions for Individuals and Organizations in Phase 1A (Healthcare)

NEW! Instructions for Individuals in Phase 1B

This includes: nonmedical first responders such as police and fire; corrections workers, education – grades K-12 as well as pre-K educators located in a school, people 70 and older.

If you are a nonmedical first responder, work in corrections or education (K-12), your appointment will be scheduled through your employer. You do not need to take any additional action.

For individuals age 70 and older:

Click here to request a vaccination appointment. Please read the directions below before filling out the form.

  • Complete ALL fields for faster service.
  • Please only fill the form out once.
  • Be patient! The list is long but we are working through it as quickly as possible. You will hear from us (LouVax)!
  • Direct additional questions via email to COVIDvaccine@louisvilleky.gov

CLICK HERE to find information on where to go for your vaccination, a description of the process, and answers to other questions. 

Instructions for receiving your second dose of the vaccine:

When it’s time for your second dose, you will be contacted directly by the organization who administered your first dose for appointment scheduling. You should receive your first and second dose from the same provider.

What to expect after getting vaccinated 


WE NEED YOU! We will be administering Moderna vaccines at Broadbent Arena starting January 4. We need volunteers to assist. All are welcome – not just clinical volunteers like nurses (but we need those too)!

Who can help? Volunteers must be 18 years or older and submit to a background check.

What will I be doing? Administering injections is limited to licensed clinicians only, but there are roles for everyone, including greeters, check-in staff, support staff, observing patients, and more!

Volunteer here

Can I get a vaccine? Those who serve 40 hours or more will be eligible to receive COVID vaccination from LouVax.

Vaccine Distribution Task Force

The Louisville COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force was announced on December 15, 2020. It’s goal is to ensure the equitable distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine to all individuals living in Jefferson County who wish to be vaccinated. Read more here

Click here to see the members of the task force.

Helpful Resources

COVID-19 Vaccination FAQs  

Beware of fraud or scams related to the vaccine

Kentucky COVID19 Vaccination Information

CDC COVID19 Vaccination Information