District 7 E-Newsletter

Councilwoman Paula McCraney 601 W. Jefferson Street (502) 574-1107


Paula McCraney
601 W. Jefferson Street
(502) 574-1107


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Phone Numbers
of Interest

Air Pollution: 574-6000

Animal Services: 363-6609
or 361-1318

Anonymous Tipline:
574-LMPD (5673)

Brightside: 574-2613

Jefferson County Clerk's Office: 574-5700

Legal Aid: 584-1254

Metro Call: 311 or 574-5000

Metro Parks: 574-7275

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

Metro Safe: 572-3460
or 574-7111

MSD: 587-0603

PARC: 569-6222

Poison Control: 589-8222

Property Valuation Administration: 502-574-6380

Public Works: 574-5810

Solid Waste Management (SWMS): 574-3571

TARC: 585-1234

Veteran's Affairs: 595-4447


"Laundry is the only thing that should be separated by color."

In this Issue...

Message From McCraney

Today marks the last full week of National African American History Month - known to most as Black History Month. This celebratory month was conceived and announced as Negro History Week in 1925 by a Harvard-trained historian named Carter G. Woodson.  The event was first celebrated as one week in February in 1926, to coincide with the birthdays of both Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. The event inspired schools and communities nationwide to organize local celebrations, establish history clubs and host performances and lectures.

As teachers demanded materials to instruct their pupils, and white scholars and philanthropists stepped forward to endorse the celebration, interest in the event grew.  By 1950, the year of Mr. Woodson's death, Negro History Week had become a central part of African American life.  Mayors of cities across the country issued proclamations noting the accomplishments of African Americans, and citizens throughout the United States were eager to learn of the contributions and culture of black people.

Fifty years later, in 1976, the year of our nation's bicentennial, Negro History Week changed to a monthlong celebration as African American History Month.  President Gerald Ford issued a statement and urged Americans to "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history." 

In 1986, President Ronald Reagan issued Presidential Proclamation 5443, which proclaimed that "the foremost purpose of Black History Month is to make all Americans aware of this struggle for freedom and equal opportunity." This proclamation stated further that this month was a time "to celebrate the many achievements of African Americans in every field from science and the arts to politics and religion."

Proclamation 8346, issued by President Barack Obama, stated that "the belief in the dreams of our forefathers might one day be realized by all our our citizens gave African American men and women the same sense of duty and love of country that led them to shed blood in every war we have ever fought, to invest hard-earned resources in their communities with the hope of self empowerment, and to pass the ideals of this great land down to their children and grandchildren." 

On January 31, 2018, President Donald Trump issued Proclamation 9696, which stated, "We celebrate to honor the significant contributions African Americans have made to our great Nation - contributions that stand as a testament to their resolve, resilience and courage. Over the course of our Nation's history, African Americans have endured egregious discrimination and bigotry. They have, nevertheless, always been determined to contribute their earnest efforts to America's greatness."  President Trump called upon public officials, educators, librarians, and all the people of the United States to observe this month with appropriate programs, ceremonies, and activities.

In honor of Black History Month, we are featuring in today's issue a black business owner, Mr. Chuck Ellis, owner of Chuck & Mike's Tennis Shop and Shirts Ties N Links, both of which are located in District 7 in the heart of Westport Village.  We congratulate and salute Mr. Ellis, and wish him continued success!



The following is a summary of the items APPROVED in Council meeting Thursday evening:

To see the agenda of the entire meeting, click here:

Meeting Agenda (granicus.com)

To access meeting, click here:



An ordinance amending LMCO Chapter 42 to allow qualified PGA golf professionals to operate up to 27 holes of Metro-owned golf courses. Currently, golf professionals are only allowed to manage one Metro-owned golf course at a time whether they be nine or eighteen holes.  


A resolution approving a noncompetitively negotiated professional service contract with the University of Louisville $231,056.  This Louisville Metro Police Department contract is for project coordination for a pilot 911 call prioritization program.  The objective of the contract is to design a pilot program deflecting a percentage of calls entering the 911 system to a non-police response focused on problem-solving, de-escalation, and referral to appropriate community services.  This will helpfully decrease LMPD runs for non-emergency medical care and behavioral health issues, decrease incarceration rates, reduce frequent callers for service, and increase professional response to people with behavioral issues.  Finally the contract will develop a long-term, feasible and sustainable plan for Metro-wide implementation.  An interim report is due by April 30, 2021 with a final report issued June 30, 2021.  The largest amount of money is allocated for a subcontract with Seven Counties Services which looks to be the agency that will do most of the heavy lifting.  A rather large percentage—18%—is allowed for indirect costs associated with the contract.  Indirect costs are costs that are not directly billable.   

Click here to read the deflection proposal: 

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An ordinance appropriating $15,000 through the Office of Management and Budget to the American Red Cross Louisville Area Chapter to assist with home fire and disaster relief.  Various Councilmembers contributed to the appropriation in the following manner:  $5,000 from District 2; $500 each from Districts 8, 9, 10, 15, 17, 19, 20, and 24; $300 from District 21; $250 each from Districts 3 and 25; and $200 from District 7 (to complete the balance needed). 



WHAS-11 ran a story on HB309, and Councilwoman McCraney commented.  Click here to see the story: 


To read more about the Civilian Review & Accountability Board and voice your opinion of the need for subpoena power, click here to access a survey created by GLI: Empower Louisville's Civilian Review Board

The Odd Fellows Building can be easy to miss in the shadow of downtown's Omni Louisville Hotel. But that doesn't mean it should be forgotten, supporters from the Louisville Historical League and other preservation groups say.  Click here to read the story:


The Louisville Metro Council is beginning to work on this year's budget and wants the public's input on how to spend taxpayer dollars. On Wednesday night, council members Bill Hollander and Cassie Chambers-Armstrong hosted a town hall to talk about the city's budget process and priorities. Click here to see the WLKY 32 story:


Kentucky lawmakers filed election reform legislation this week that would keep certain voting features adopted last year because of the pandemic, but no longer allow all registered voters to obtain and cast an absentee ballot by mail. Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams backs both versions of the legislation — House Bill 574 and Senate Bill 259.

Both bills would allow four days of no-excuse early voting before elections — fewer than the three weeks made available last year through an executive order, but the first time such early voting would be allowed under state law.  Click here for the Courier-Journal story:



Chuck & Mike’s Tennis Shop / Shirts Ties N Links

If you have been to Westport Village at any point within the last 15 years, chances are you have encountered a business owned by Chuck Ellis. The proud owner of Chuck and Mike’s Tennis Shop and Shirts Ties N Links, Mr. Ellis has been an integral part of our community for many years.

Chuck Ellis is a proud Louisvillian who has lived most of his life here. Growing up in Beecher Terrace, Ellis graduated from Flaget High School in 1967 and attended Sullivan College. For a career, he worked at the Ford Assembly Plant as a parts analyst, where his love for tennis began.

As tennis became increasingly popular in the 1970s, Ellis got involved in a team, and later a league that was started at the assembly plant. When he was laid off by Ford in 1980, he began to spend more time at Sherry’s Tennis Love, a local tennis shop. After this experience, even when Ford called him back to work, he decided to start his own shop.

This all came to fruition in the late 1990’s when Ellis opened Chuck and Mike’s Tennis Shop in the Forum Center, along Hurstbourne Parkway. After being at that location for a few years, he moved the tennis shop to Westport Village.


Ellis’ business ventures do not stop there. In 2012, he opened Shirts Ties N Links, “Louisville’s premier men’s accessories and clothing store,” also located in Westport village.  He was inspired by his uncles growing up. He noted how they were “poor men, but always dressed to the nines. It’s always nice to look neat, to improve the way you carry yourself,” he said.  Shirts Ties N Links has been a staple of the area, especially around Derby time.

Like many small businesses across the city, both of Ellis’ businesses closed for two months in 2020 at the start of the pandemic. While those months were difficult, Mr. Ellis was encouraged by the customer loyalty when they reopened. People were lining up when he opened the store. “It was like Christmas,” he stated. “Customer loyalty has gotten me and my stores through the pandemic.”


When asked about his favorite part of his businesses, Mr. Ellis was quick to mention the people. The tennis community is a close-knit group where most tennis enthusiasts know each other. “When you do this for as long as I have, people become your friends. It’s not work, it’s fun,” he declared. “I never say, ‘I don’t want to go to work.’” Ellis attributed his positive outlook to the supportive environment in Westport Village. He noted how it is like a small community, and customers graciously refer others to his business. 

Looking to the future, Mr. Ellis is excited about the warmer months ahead. Derby season is such a huge part of his Shirts Ties N Links business, so he is eagerly looking forward to a busy spring. And with summer just around the corner, more and more people will be out playing tennis. “It’s time to get out and have some fun,” he exclaimed.


Come into the shop and let us help you take your game to the next level!

Chuck and Mike’s Tennis Shop

1321 Herr Ln
Louisville, KY 40222
Located in Westport Village


Store Hours


10am – 6pm


10am – 5pm







Shirts Ties N Links stocks only the highest quality men’s clothing and accessories.  We offer a variety of styles and brands to best fit your needs.  Have your garment altered to perfection for your custom tailored fit.  Stop in today for a personal experience with style.



Monday – Friday
10am – 6pm

10am – 5pm



(502) 425-1269
Westport Village
1321 Herr Ln, Suite 190
Louisville, KY 40222

Update from the Governor

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On Thursday, Gov. Andy Beshear announced 119 new vaccination sites, bringing the state’s total number of vaccine providers to 410. Read more: go.usa.gov/xs8mR https://kentucky.gov/Pages/Activity-stream.aspx?n=GovernorBeshear&prId=633

Gov. Andy Beshear and First Lady Britainy Beshear on Monday unveiled a Team Kentucky Gallerywhich will be located in a main hall of the state Capitol in Frankfort. Kentuckians are invited to send their artwork to the gallery.

Artists can submit photos of their artwork using this webform. Selected artworks will be displayed for one six-month rotation in the Capitol and on a Team Kentucky Digital Art Gallery with each artist’s contact information. After the six-month rotation, artworks will be returned to the artist. The first rotation will be from July 1 to Dec. 31, 2021, officials said.

The submission deadline for artworks is May 15. Artworks will be selected by June 1.

Click here for more details:

Gov. Beshear asks for ‘Team Kentucky’ artwork for special Capitol gallery | Eyewitness News (WEHT/WTVW) (tristatehomepage.com)

Update from the Mayor's Office


This week, Mayor Greg Fischer and Dr. SarahBeth Hartlage, associate medial director for the Department of Public Health and Wellness, were joined by members of Louisville’s Vaccine Distribution Task Force to announce vaccine providers will begin taking appointments for individuals 60 and older beginning March 1.

“We estimate there are approximately 100,000 individuals 60 and older in our community,” said Dr. Hartlage, who is also a co-chair of Louisville’s vaccine distribution task force. “Vaccinating them next is the right thing to do because the majority of our hospitalizations and deaths due to COVID-19 have been in people 60 or older.”

Hartlage said vaccinating those individuals would occur through March and April.

For information on how to schedule appointments CLICK HERE

Here are the key stats for vaccinations in Metro Louisville: 

  • Citywide, 177,779 total doses have been administered between the LouVax site and its healthcare system community partners, Norton Healthcare, UofL Health and Baptist Health. Of that total number, 57,091 have completed both doses.
  • Through its LouVax site, the Louisville Department of Public Health and Wellness has given 40,911 doses to date.

Watch the vaccination update from the LouVax site at Broadbent Arena HERE.

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Dr. Sarah Moyer, Director of the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness said that COVID cases in the city declined for the sixth consecutive week.

Here are the COVID-19 data metrics for the week of February 23, 2021:

  • 1,527 positive cases reported
  • 28.4 cases per 100,000 population 

Dr. Moyer said the downward trends in COVID-19 data show Louisville's incidence rate of 28.4 cases places the city close to moving out of the red alert level into orange..

Alert level orange would indicate that Louisville's daily new case rate is between 10-25 COVID cases per 100,000 population.  

Despite the decrease in COVID cases, Dr. Moyer said residents and community members that are going in to work or travelling plan to get tested as often as possible. 

"We have plenty of capacity at our community sites, and it is free to residents," she said. "If you're going to work or you're out at the store, please get tested as it helps us track the spread of COVID in our community."

To view the weekly COVID update with city and public health officials CLICK HERE. For information on where to get tested for COVID-19 in Louisville CLICK HERE


Each of the city’s vaccine providers have offered the following specifics about how appointments will be handled:

Family Health Centers, Park DuValle Community Health Center

Family Health Centers & Park DuValle Community Health Center will directly contact their patients, 60 years and older to schedule vaccine appointments. Community Health Centers are located in underserved communities and are part of both local and national efforts to get the vaccine to hard-to-reach communities.  Louisville Community Health Centers do not have large vaccines supplies at this time and will continue to partner with the local hospital systems to assist in getting vaccines to our patients and underserved areas of Louisville. 

Norton Healthcare

Registration is now open for vaccination appointments at four locations:

  • Dixie Highway near the Watterson Expressway, in the retail center off Heaton Road next to Norton Immediate Care Center - Dixie
  • Norton Brownsboro Hospital campus – Medical Plaza 2
  • Republic Bank Foundation YMCA at 18th and Broadway
  • St. Matthews at Dutchmans Lane and Breckinridge Lane, next to Pep Boys

Norton Healthcare has also launched a direct online link to register for the vaccine.

Those who are ages 60 and older can go to NortonHealthcare.com and click on Vaccine Eligibility in the red box. Individuals will be asked to:

  • Fill in birthdate
  • Click Waitlist
  • Enter contact information including an email address

When appointments are available, individuals will receive an email with a personalized scheduling link. From that link, they will be able to choose their preferred location and appointment time.

Baptist Health Louisville

Baptist Health Louisville has opened a drive-through vaccination clinic located in Parking Lot 3 at the corner of Breckenridge Lane and 4000 Kresge Way. It is the main parking lot on the right when entering the campus at Entrance 1 from Kresge Way. Normal operating hours are 8 a.m.- 6 p.m.  The drive-through vaccination clinic will replace the current vaccination site within the hospital’s Education Center. Vaccinations are by appointment only.

Appointments can be made at www.scheduleyourvaccine.com

UofL Health

Registration will be available for drive-through vaccination appointments at three locations:

  1. Downtown – corner of Brook at Liberty (499 S Brook St, Louisville, KY 40202)
  2. South Louisville – Mary & Elizabeth Hospital (1850 Bluegrass Ave, Louisville, KY 40215)
  3. Bullitt County – Medical Center South (1903 W Hebron Ln, Shepherdsville, KY 40165) 

Appointments are limited based on availability of vaccine supply. New appointment blocks will post at uoflhealth.org on Thursday mornings, although additional openings may post as they become available.

Those who are ages 60 and older can go to uoflhealth.org and register, based on availability.

Individuals will be asked to:

  • Provide demographic information
  • Birthdate
  • Contact information

UofL Health is also working with community partners to host vaccine events in other areas, particularly in underserved neighborhoods. Interested partners may request an event at: uoflhealth.org/louisville-covid-19-vaccinations.

Louisville’s  COVID-19 data, a complete list of COVID-19 testing sites, and vaccine information can be found at www.louisville.gov/covid19. The LOU HEALTH COVID19 Helpline is also available: 502- 912-8598.

A new hotline is open to help Kentuckians who do not have access to the internet or a computer or need additional assistance. The hotline – 855-598-2246 or TTY 855-326-4654 (for hard-of-hearing Kentuckians) – is available 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. EST Monday through Friday.

As always, you can track vaccine and COVID data on the following data dashboard:


Also, you can check this website for all COVID vaccine locations in the city:



JCPS In Person Classes to Resume / Meal Sites


JCPS released a Non Traditional Instruction (NTI) Resources document, which includes NTI hubs, meal sites, utility assistance, clubs and activities, tutoring, and other resources.

The document is available here

IN PERSON CLASSES RETURN!   Jefferson County Public School (JCPS) students will return to in-person classes on a rolling schedule beginning March 17. The Jefferson County Board of Education voted tonight to approve an amended recommendation from Superintendent Dr. Marty Pollio to reopen JCPS schools. Under the revised reopening plan, all students except those in Exceptional Child Education (ECE) programs would resume in-person classes on a hybrid schedule. Students on the hybrid schedule would go to school buildings two days a week and learn virtually three days a week, with Wednesday being a remote learning day. The board voted to have all K-5 ECE students attend in-person classes five days a week. 

Students would resume in-person classes on the following schedule:

  • All kindergarten through second-grade students would begin in-person learning on Wednesday, March 17
  • Students in third through fifth grade start in-person learning Thursday, March 18.
  • Early childhood would begin in-person classes on Monday, March 22.
  • Middle and high schools would resume in-person classes on Monday, April 5,

Students will be grouped into two sections based on their last name. Students whose last names start with A-K would go to school in-person on Mondays and Tuesdays, and students whose last name begins with L-Z would go to school on Thursdays and Fridays. Wednesday would be a remote learning day for all students on the hybrid schedule.     Students also have the option of continuing their coursework through the Virtual Academy.

Teachers will have time to set up classrooms before students are welcomed back into buildings. Elementary and early childhood teachers would have work days/set up days on March 15 and 16, while middle and high school teachers will have March 25 and 26 to set up rooms. For complete details on your school’s reopening plan, please click here.    

The district will employ additional initiatives to support a return to in-person classes, according to Dr. Pollio:

  • Non-school based certified staff will be deployed to schools with high populations of returning students to support teachers and students. 
  • The district will work with its Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRYSCs) to provide thermometers for families who need them, since parents are being asked to check their child’s temperature before they leave home in the morning.

And JCPS is working to install ventilation devices at certain schools to improve airflow in classrooms.

Kentucky Kingdom Has A New Partner/Operator


Herschend Enterprises, the company that operates Dollywood and the Newport Aquarium, has become a majority partner and operator of Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay in Louisville. Kentucky Kingdom is now accepting applications for 1200 jobs for the upcoming season.  For more information: https://kentucky.gov/Pages/Activity-stream.aspx?n=GovernorBeshear&prId=627

Large Item Trash And Recycling Pick Up/Drop Off


It's time! Would you like to start your Spring Cleaning early? Take your recycling, large items, paper that needs to be shredded, prescription drugs, yard waste and more to Metro Louisville's Pop-Up Drop-Off event.  



March 27th

10 AM to 2 PM 

Sun Valley Ball Field Complex

10401 Lower River Rd. 

For more information click the link below. 

Watch this video to learn more about the Pop-Up Drop-Off events! 


Pop Up/ Drop Off Waste Disposal Event March 27th


Are you not able to participate in the March 27th Pop Up Drop Off Event to dispose of your yard waste?

How to Make a Request
1. Call Metro311 at 311 or 574-5000 or email metro.311@louisvilleky.gov.

2. Be prepared with the following information or include in your email: First and last name, address, phone number, set out location (front, rear, side, alley, etc.), and approximate number of containers, bags, or bundles.

3. Your appointment will be scheduled on your regular collection day THE FOLLOWING WEEK. 

4. Set out yard waste no earlier than 4 p.m. the day before your appointment and no later than 6 a.m. the day of your appointment. Be sure to follow the collection guidelines.

Regular weekly yard waste collection without requests will resume the week of April 5..

Compost Accessories Sale


Compost bins, rain barrels, and accessories are offered at wholesale prices again this year! Purchase items in advance and pick up at the Pop-Up Drop-Off events! The online store is open and the first chance to pick up your order is on Saturday, March 27 at the Sun Valley Ball Field Complex. Waste items can be dropped off at the same time! See websites for details. 

Online store: louisvillecompostersale.ecwid.com


The crime report is missing this week due to a computer glitch that will not allow us to include pictures in this issue. The report will return next week when our computer is repaired. Sorry for the inconvenience.


Virtual Violence Prevention Town Hall Meeting


St. John Center Virtual Fundraiser


St. John Center's main fundraising event, "Raisin' the Rent", is happening next week on March 6. "Raisin the Rent" includes virtual house parties, raffles, and a silent auction. In addition to the event on March 6th, there are silent auctions,  raffle tickets, and a link for a donation that you can participate in right now, all from the comfort of home.  Click on the link below and get all the details on how to support this wonderful event that will give back to those who need it most.  

St. John Center for Homeless Men 2021 All Virtual "Raisin' the Rent" Fundraiser Event

The Ken-Ducky Derby --- Save the Date!


Have you invited your viewing party over yet? Let's all get together, Saturday, March 13th, 7pm-8pm. Our auction page is now LIVE and will be updated daily with auction items.


Follow Harbor House on social media to stay up-to-date on event details. More details of the biggest event of the season coming soon!


Harbor House of Louisville - Feathers and Friend Gala (bidpal.net)

LMPD Crime Reports for District 7



Iconic Kentucky Dish - The Hot Brown


Burgoo, Derby Pie, Kentucky Hot Browns, and Mint Julip's evoke fond memories of Kentucky traditions. Have you ever wondered what it would take to make these at home?  Well, today we can help you with one of Kentucky's favorite.  Straight from A Taste of Kentucky, here is the recipe for the infamous Hot Brown! 

The Kentucky Hot Brown

4 tablespoons butter
½ cup all purpose flour
4 cups milk
½ cup grated Cheddar cheese
1½ cups grated Parmesan cheese, divided
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
2 pounds cooked sliced turkey
16 slices toast, trimmed
8 tomato slices
16 slices bacon, trimmed

Melt the butter; add the flour and stir well. Add the milk, Cheddar cheese, ½ cup of the Parmesan cheese, salt and Worcestershire sauce. Cook, stirring constantly until thick. Place the turkey evenly on the toast and cover with the cheese sauce. Top with tomato and bacon slices. Sprinkle with remaining Parmesan cheese. Bake at 425 degrees until bubbly.
Makes 8 servings.

For all of the recipes, click link below to visit A Taste of Kentucky at:

Recipes | A Taste of Kentucky


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Update from the Governor


To view the Governor’s recent executive orders, click here:    https://kentucky.gov/Pages/Activity-stream.aspx?n=GovernorBeshear&prId=475

COVID-19 Information


Metro 311

Have an Issue Government Should Solve?


LENS Alert


In August 2016 Louisville Metro Emergency Services teamed up with Bullitt County, Oldham County, and Washington County to create a regional emergency notification system – Louisville Emergency Notification System (LENSAlert).  Its enhanced capabilities include using all communications modes to send alerts – mobile phones, landlines, email, text, social media, IPAWS-OPEN.  Take another step in being prepared for disasters and sign up for LENSAlert today.

SMART 911.com


In addition to receiving notifications, individuals can create a Safety Profile for themselves and their household that can include any information they want 9-1-1 and first responders to have in the event of an emergency. When individuals make an emergency call, their Safety Profile is automatically displayed to the 9-1-1 call taker, allowing them to send the right responders to the right location with the right information. Information about medical history, allergies to medication, number of residents in a home and even a picture of the family dog can all be added to a Safety Profile.

Click Here for Frequently Asked Questions About Smart911

Dial 2-1-1 for Assistance with Food


Buying and Selling Safety Zones


Are you looking for a public place to exchange items you've sold online? Do you share custody of a child and are looking for somewhere to exchange custody?

The Louisville Metro Police Department is providing MetroSWAP Zones outside of some Division offices.

There is 24 hour video surveillance. LMPD recommends:

  • Agree to meet the person ONLY at a MetroSWAP station.
  • Meet only during daylight hours.
  • Tell someone you trust where you are meeting and at what time.
  • Meet in the parking lot at two designate areas of each location.
  • Make the interaction brief and to the point.

MetroSWAP Zones are at:

Sign Up to Receive Crime Alerts


Visit http://www.louisvilleky.gov/MetroPolice/Patrol+Divisions/ to sign up to receive the LMPD’s new crime alert update for your neighborhood. Simply select your LMPD division number and click "Subscribe to Crime Alerts by Beat" to begin receiving the update.

  • Division 5, please call dispatch at 502-574-7111
  • Division 8, please call dispatch at 502-574-2111

Fifth Division - This division covers the area including the Highlands, Clifton and Cherokee and Seneca Parks.

Eighth Division - This division covers the area including Middletown, Lyndon, Oxmoor and the Ford Truck Plant.

Interactive Crime Mapping

You can now map crime in Louisville using the interactive mapping tool

Lock Your Car!


Tune in to View Metro Council Meetings

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NOTICE: All Metro Council meetings are carried live on Metro TV, Spectrum Cable Channel 184 and  U-verse Channel 99.

The meetings are also available online at the Metro Council home page at http://louisvilleky.gov/government/metro-council/metro-council-clerk. (Click here and click on the “Watch Meetings Online” button.)  

OR access prior or current meetings here:



Agendas for these meetings can be viewed using the following link:


State Government Website Information


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Kentucky General Assembly

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Click Here to Visit Website for Laws, State Legislators, Watch Bills, etc

Click here for more info.