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Spring Recreation Activities Available From Louisville Metro Parks

Forwarded from Louisville Metro Parks notification: Upcoming recreation opportunities through Louisville Parks and Education With warmer weather in sight and spring just around the corner, Louisville Parks and Recreation is encouraging the public to get active and have some fun. There are several opportunities for youths and adults to cure their cabin fever during the […]

The CTA’s Handbook for Property Owners Helps You Understand How the Preservation Guidelines Affect Your Home

Click here CTA Owners Handbook 2017  to get the Handbook.  Download and save for future reference.  The Preservation District Design Guidelines are intended to help preserve the historic character of the Triangle. All Cherokee Triangle property is located in a designated local preservation district.  All exterior changes including repairs, additions, garages or other outbuildings, demolition, fences, decks, […]

Junk Pickups Notice for Cherokee Triangle residents – February 2019 Dates

Cherokee Triangle residents should set out bulky items (that’s what Metro Public Works calls it now!) according to the following schedule, over the next several weeks.  Set out in your usual garbage pickup location.  Do not block alleys or streets. Area J: Cherokee Triangle locations north of Cherokee Parkway, including north side of Cherokee Parkway, […]

Reminder from Metro Public Works About Clearing Snow from Sidewalks

Residents must clear sidewalks of snow, ice   Focus on pedestrian safety With snow season well underway in Louisville, residents and business owners are reminded that they are responsible for clearing snow and ice from the sidewalks along their properties. Under Louisville Metro Code of Ordinances 97.113: Owners or occupants must after each snowfall remove […]

Yard Waste Collection Suspended for 10 weeks January 20th until April 1st

Yard waste collection closes until April 1   10-week hiatus during low volume Yard waste collection season in the Urban Services District  will end after the January 19 collections. Regular yard waste collection will resume on April 1, 2019. During the suspension individual requests for collection may be made by calling Metro311 at 574-5000.

Updated Reminder for CTA Winter Potluck this Friday January 18th

  Friday, January 18 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM              Church of the Advent 901 Baxter Avenue   Main Dish Entrees Will Be Provided.  Please bring a dish to serve 8.  If Your Last Name Begins With:      A – R Side dish or salad     S – Z Dessert Parking is available on […]

Winter 2018 CTA Newsletter available on-line

The Winter 2018 Cherokee Triangle Association Newsletter is available online.  Download a copy using this link: 317140-no marks-LR

Note Meeting Address Correction! January 23rd Architectural Review Committee meeting to review the proposal to remove the Castleman statue from the Triangle

The Cherokee Triangle Architectural Review Committee meeting will review the proposal to remove the Castleman statue and base from its current location.  The meeting is scheduled for Jan. 23rd, 5:30 PM at the Old Jail Building (514 W. Liberty St.). Here is the Metro Government Meeting Notice.  Click on this link: 18COA1328_Urban_Design_Notices The notice has […]

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT CHANGES TO THE SHORT TERM RENTAL ORDINANCE

Action on Short Term Rentals expected at December 13th Metro Council Meeting.  Plan to Attend. Short Term Rentals (what many think of as “Airbnb”) of residences in the Triangle and elsewhere in Metro Louisville are a source of continuing discussion, interest, complaints, and some controversy.  Earlier this Fall, the Cherokee Triangle Association submitted to Metro Government its […]

Mayor’s Challenge Toys for Tots Drop Off Friday Nov. 30th

Mayor’s Challenge: Toys for Tots Drive Louisville Metro Hall (527 W Jefferson Street) Friday, November 30 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.   Mayor Greg Fischer is challenging Louisville residents and businesses to help beat last year’s record of more than 2,100 toys collected in a 12 hour period!    Drop off new, unwrapped toys. Marines will […]

Update: Street Sweeping In Cherokee Triangle Extended to Week of Nov. 19th

Street sweeping for the Cherokee Triangle area is extended to the week of  Nov. 19th. If you park on the street, watch for NO PARKING signs that will be posted by 5 PM the day before sweeping on your street.  No parking from 7 AM to 5 PM.  Signs may be posted on only one […]

Street Sweeping In Cherokee Triangle This Week

Street sweeping is scheduled for the Cherokee Triangle area the week of Nov. 12th. If you park on the street, watch for NO PARKING signs that will be posted by 5 PM the day before sweeping on your street. Be prepared to find alternative parking.  Vehicles parked in the NO PARKING area may be ticketed […]

Trick or Treat on Oct. 30th in the Cherokee Triangle, due to weather forecasts

Because of forecasts for inclement weather/rain on Wednesday afternoon and evening, The Cherokee Triangle Association is recommending that the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood’s residents conduct Halloween Trick or Treating on Tuesday, October 30th instead.  So turn on your lights, get your treats ready, and get your kids ready to trick or treat on Tuesday late afternoon/evening. […]

October 29th 9 AM to 9 PM Cherokee Park Scenic Loop Closed to Auto Traffic

The Cherokee Park Scenic Loop and access points to it will be closed to vehicle traffic On Monday Oct. 29th from 9 AM to 9 PM in connection with Olmsted Parks Conservancy activities.  See our previous website post for more information on the road closing and Baringer Hill Hayrides. The Cherokee Park Golf Course will […]

October 29th 4:30 to 6:30 PM Hayrides in Cherokee Park by the Olmsted Parks Conservancy

Enjoy the Scenic Loop car-free and Hayride on the Hill in Cherokee Park October 29 A new fall tradition will begin on Monday, October 29, as area residents will be able to enjoy use of the Scenic Loop in Cherokee Park car-free and also attend the first-ever  Hayride on the Hill, located at Baringer Hill […]

Second Notice for Tree Planting Program. Do you have a spot on your property for a tree?

The Cherokee Triangle Association will plant more trees in the neighborhood this Fall.  Homeowners call today!  Help restore our tree canopy.  Trees can go anywhere on your property – in your yard, or along the street.  Trees planted along the street not only add to the tree canopy but enhance the urban streetscape. We will […]

Oct. 20th and 21st Weekend Events and Street Closures

October 20th Urban Bourbon Half Marathon.  Streets closed 6 AM to 2 PM, No Parking Friday Midnight to 2 PM This half marathon starts and finishes outside City Hall downtown, runs through Waterfront Park, Nulu, Lexington Road to Cherokee Park, through the Park and back downtown.  The runners start at 8 AM, and are expected […]

CANCELLED! CTA Family Festival Cancelled Because of Today’s Weather

Today’s Cherokee Triangle Family Festival has been CANCELLED because of the adverse weather and the extremely wet conditions in Willow Park.   We are extremely sorry to have to cancel the event. But the safety and comfort of children and adults is our paramount concern; the weather forecast for the remainder of today does not […]

Include the Cherokee Triangle Association’s Fall Family Festival in your weekend plans!

Don’t forget this coming Sunday afternoon’s Cherokee Triangle Family Festival at Willow Park. Sunday October 14th, 1 to 5 PM, rain or shine.  Free and open to the public – all are welcome so invite your relatives, friends and neighbors to join you. Kids will enjoy inflatable bouncies and crafts.  Plus food, beverages (including coffee […]

Plant a tree! Do you have a spot anywhere on your property for a tree?

The Cherokee Triangle Association will plant more trees in the neighborhood this Fall.  We are looking for homeowners who want to help restore our tree canopy.  Trees can go anywhere on your property – in your yard, or in the planting strip along the street.  Of course, trees planted along the street not only add […]

CTA Family Festival Coming Sunday Oct. 14th. Mark your calendars!

The Annual Cherokee Triangle Association’s Fall Family Festival will be Sunday October 14th, from 1 PM to 5 PM in Willow Park. Great for pre-schoolers and elementary grade kids –  Inflatable “bouncies”, face painting, crafts, games, and more.  Plus organizations serving our neighborhood will have information tables.  Food truck and Steel City Pops too!  Invite […]

Louisville Metrocall 311 Changing to Metro311 With New Online System for Reporting Issues

Metrocall 311 is being renamed Metro311 to reflect the multiple ways to contact Metro government for issues and problems, and will be introducing a new online system that will make it easier for you to report your issues and track Metro Government’s response. Here is a Metro Government release about the upcoming changes:   September […]

Halloween Parade & Festival Saturday Oct. 6 Info and Road Closings

Parade and Festival Saturday 12 noon to 9 PM   Festival on Baxter Ave. between Winter and Highland 12 noon to 9 PM Family Fun zone in St. Brigid’s parking lot 12noon to ?? Halloween Parade starts 6 PM., Broadway/Baxter to Mid-City Mall on Bardstown Rd. Get more details at the Parade & Festival website: www.louisvillehalloweenfest.com/parade-location […]

Junk Pickups Notice for Cherokee Triangle residents

  Cherokee Triangle residents should set out bulky items (that’s what Metro Public Works calls it now!) according to the following schedule, over the next two weeks.  Set out in your usual garbage pickup location.  Do not block alleys or streets. Area J: Cherokee Triangle locations north of Cherokee Parkway, including north side of Cherokee […]

The CTA’s Handbook for Property Owners Helps You Understand How the Preservation Guidelines Affect Your Home

Click here CTA Owners Handbook 2017  to get the Handbook.  Download and save for future reference, if you did not receive a copy in the October 2017 initial mailing, did not keep it, or want to save on your computer. The Preservation District Design Guidelines are intended to help preserve the historic character of the Triangle. […]

Olmsted Parks Conservancy Announces August Park Events

Victory Park Day! Celebrate a great day in the park with many activities for all to enjoy. Date: Saturday, August 4, 2018 Location: Victory Park Starting at 3:30pm, Remarks from Council President David James, Mayor Greg Fischer and to announce the start of the playground and sprayground project will be Conservancy President Layla George and […]

Summer 2018 Newsletter Available On-line Here

Click on the Newsletter link to get a PDF copy of the Summer 2018 edition.  Summer 2018 Newsletter.

Subscribe to Councilman Brandon Coan’s Bi-Weekly Email Newsletter

Councilman Coan emails a newsletter every other Wednesday, which covers Metro Government issues and activities relevant to District 8.  If you are not already a subscriber, you can sign up to get the newsletter at this link:   subscribe here. To see the latest issue of Coan’s Newsletter click here: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/KYLOUISVILLE/bulletins/1f8b795          

Plant a tree! Do you have a spot anywhere on your property for a tree?

The Cherokee Triangle Association will plant 20 more trees in the neighborhood this Fall.  We are looking for homeowners who want to help restore our tree canopy.  Homeowners with a suitable site will be asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of having a tree professionally planted.  The remainder of the cost will be covered […]

Cherokee Triangle Association Kicks Off Neighborhood Stewards Program

Do you enjoy walking in the Triangle? The Alley, Streetscape & Preservation committee of the CTA is looking for volunteers to periodically walk a section of our neighborhood to act as Neighborhood Stewards.  Volunteers will be the “eyes and ears” for the Triangle.  They will augment the limited staff of the Metro Landmarks Commission, which […]

Partial closure of Beargrass Creek trail coming Aug. 7 for MSD project

Partial closure of Beargrass Creek trail coming Aug. 7 for MSD project

Partial closure of Beargrass Creek trail coming Aug. 7 for MSD project A portion of the Beargrass Creek Greenway trail will be closed beginning Aug. 7 for approximately 2.5 years as the Metropolitan Sewer District constructs the I-64 and Grinstead CSO Basin in the vicinity. A map of the closure can be found here.  The closure stretch is approximately 0.2 […]

Olmsted Parks Conservancy would like your input!

Olmsted Parks Conservancy would like your input!

Olmsted Parks Conservancy would like your input! Please join us at one of the community meetings below to help guide efforts to serve our community of users for the next 3-5 years. Thanks for helping us plan to restore, enhance and forever protect Louisville’s Olmsted-designed parks and parkways!  The meetings will last approximately one hour. […]

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Public Meetings on Lexington Road Safety Improvements

Public Meetings on Lexington Road Safety Improvements

Lexington Road Safety Improvements Public Meetings April 19 and May 18 6:00 p.m. Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana 2115 Lexington Road Louisville, KY  40206 The Louisville Metro Office of Advanced Planning will hold public meetings at 6 p.m. on April 19 and May 18 at Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, 2115 Lexington Road, to discuss safety improvements […]

Olmsted Park Steward Training Information Session

Olmsted Park Steward Training Information Session

There will be a FREE Park Steward Information Session March 7, 2017 at 6:30pm. Olmsted Parks Conservancy Office 1299 Trevilian Way Louisville, KY 40213 A Park Steward is a volunteer leader who receives in-depth training by Olmsted Parks Conservancy staff in order to help with park projects, volunteer events and/or community outreach. Park Stewards volunteer […]

Willow Avenue between Eastern Parkway and Cherokee Road now open

Willow Avenue between Eastern Parkway and Cherokee Road now open

Willow Avenue between Eastern Parkway and Cherokee Road is now open, as are the side streets, Baringer Ave and Edgeland Ave., between Eastern Parkway and Cherokee Road. Willow Avenue between Cherokee Road and Cherokee Parkway remains closed, as does Alexander Rd. and Cherokee Parkway between Willow Ave and Grinstead Drive.

New LMPD 5th Division Email

New LMPD 5th Division Email

5thdivlmpd@louisvilleky.gov  This is a new email address that is monitored by the 5th Division Command Staff and District Resource Officers.  If you would like to contact them about issues in your neighborhood this is a great way to let them know about it.

Online Survey Available – I-64 and GRINSTEAD CSO BASIN PROJECT

Online Survey Available – I-64 and GRINSTEAD CSO BASIN PROJECT

MSD held an Advanced Design Meeting concerning the I64 & Grinstead CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) Basin—a covered-underground basin. This meeting provided information about the advanced design phase of the basin, and offered an opportunity for input and comments. To access presentations and a video from the meeting click here. This basin project will greatly lessen […]

Center For Neighborhoods Accepting Applications for Neighborhood Institute Spring 2017

Center For Neighborhoods Accepting Applications for Neighborhood Institute Spring 2017

Center For Neighborhoods is happy to announce the Neighborhood Institute Spring 2017! Classes will meet at: Center For Neighborhoods HQ 507 South Third Street January 26th – April 19th, 2016 Every Thursday,  6:00 – 8:30 PM Dinner provided. Please click HERE to for more information, or to apply for the 2017 class.   About Neighborhood Institute […]

Third Public Meeting on Beargrass Creek Mixed-Use Trail and Ecological Restoration
Louisville Metro Police for Coffee with a Cop

Louisville Metro Police for Coffee with a Cop

Please come out and join the 5th Division of Louisville Metro Police for Coffee with a Cop! Date: Tuesday, November 22 Time: 10:00am- 12:00pm Meeting Location: 3060 Bardstown Road at Heine Brothers Coffee (Gardiner Lane Shopping Center location) We look forward to discussing community issues, crime, and enjoying a cup of good coffee.

Street Sweeping the Week of November 14

Street Sweeping the Week of November 14

Metro Public Works will be sweeping the streets in AREA 7, which includes the Cherokee Triangle, the week of November 14. Click here for a map of Area 7 Street cleaning signs are posted prior to 5 p.m. on the business day before sweeping occurs. The signs alert residents that there is No Parking between […]

Eastern Parkway Water Project – Street Closure Updates

Eastern Parkway Water Project – Street Closure Updates

The Eastern Parkway Project has begun! Two construction pits in front of the Medical Arts building are compelete and the next two between Medical Arts and Barrett will be dug this week.  Slip lining of the existing main from this location will occur over the next several weeks.   Currently one westbound lane from the Medical […]

5th Division Police for our Police and Community Peace Walk – Nov 10

5th Division Police for our Police and Community Peace Walk – Nov 10

Please come out and join the 5th Division Police for our Police and Community Peace Walk. Date: Wednesday November 10 Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Meeting Location: Ray Avenue at Glenmary Avenue (near Collegiate School). We plan on walking a few blocks together distributing crime prevention materials to residents. We look forward to seeing you.

Paving of Cherokee Parkway

Paving of Cherokee Parkway

According to the Public Works announcement below Cherokee Parkway from Bardstown Rd to Willow Ave. is scheduled to be paved next week. Paving Week Below is the list of paving projects scheduled for the week of November 7, 2016. The schedule is subject to change due to weather and operational factors. Hunsinger Lane from Hikes […]

Advanced Design Meeting for the I-64 and Grinstead CSO Basin Project

Advanced Design Meeting for the I-64 and Grinstead CSO Basin Project

For more information on the project visit –  http://msdprojectwin.org/Public-Input/I64-Grinstead-Basin-Project.aspx Click here to Register to attend the meeting

CANCELLED: 5th Division Police and Community Peace Walk – Nov. 2

DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, THIS WEEK’S POLICE AND COMMUNITY PEACE WALK HAS BEEN CANCELLED.  Please come out and join the 5th Division Police for our Police and Community Peace Walk. Date: Wednesday November 2. Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Meeting Location: Ray Avenue at Glenmary Avenue (near Collegiate School). We plan on walking a few blocks together distributing crime prevention materials to residents. We […]

Beargrass Creek Trail Conceptual Shared Use Path & Ecological Restoration Plan

Beargrass Creek Trail Conceptual Shared Use Path & Ecological Restoration Plan

A public meeting was held at the Clifton Center on Oct. 17 about the Beargrass Creek Trail Conceptual Shared Use Path & Ecological Restoration Plan. Please see links to the project documents here. To share your comments on this plan with Metro Parks and Recreation staff, please click here.  The third and final public meeting will […]

STREET CLOSURES : Urban Bourbon 1/2 Marathon – Saturday, Oct 22

STREET CLOSURES : Urban Bourbon 1/2 Marathon – Saturday, Oct 22

Saturday, October 22, 2016 – Urban Bourbon 1/2 Marathon Street Closures – 7:30 am – 1 pm Main Street from First Street to 13th Street 13th Street from Muhammad Ali Boulevard to Main Street Second Street from Main Street to Muhammad Ali Boulevard Muhammad Ali Boulevard from 13th Street to East Chestnut Street Baxter Avenue […]

Plant a Tree! – Updated Contact Info

Plant a Tree! – Updated Contact Info

UPDATED Contact info The Cherokee Triangle Association has a grant to allow us to plant 20 more trees in the neighborhood this fall. We are looking for homeowners who want to help with our canopy restoration project. If you have a spot anywhere on your property that could use a tree, please contact James Millar […]

Paristown Pointe Redevelopment Report Out Meetings
Second Public Meeting about Beargrass Creek Restoration – Oct.17

Second Public Meeting about Beargrass Creek Restoration – Oct.17

Metro Parks to host second public meeting about Beargrass Creek restoration Preliminary designs will be featured on October 17   Metro Parks and Recreation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host the second in a series of three public meetings on Beargrass Creek restoration efforts from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Monday, October 17 at the Clifton Center. Metro Parks […]

STREET CLOSURES: Louisville Halloween Parade and Festival

STREET CLOSURES: Louisville Halloween Parade and Festival

LOUISVILLE’S LARGEST HALLOWEEN SEASON CELEBRATION! If you are looking for the Halloween season celebration in Louisville, this is it! The Louisville Halloween Parade & Festival combines what you love about festivals in the Ville with the city’s Louisville Halloween Parade. This will be the 14th year of the Halloween Parade along Baxter Avenue and Bardstown […]

The Tom Owen CycLOUvia – Oct 16
Highlands Community Ministries Empty Bowls – Oct 6

Highlands Community Ministries Empty Bowls – Oct 6

Click here to download the Empty Bowls Reservation Order Form

Cherokee Triangle Family Fall Fest – Oct. 9
Beargrass Creek Documentary Premiere – Oct. 27
Follow-up Neighborhood Meetings on Lexington & Grinstead Development Sept. 26 & 28

Follow-up Neighborhood Meetings on Lexington & Grinstead Development Sept. 26 & 28

The next step in the proposed redevelopment near the intersection of Lexington Road and Grinstead Drive is two follow-up neighborhood charrette meetings scheduled for Monday, September 26 and Wednesday, September 28, both beginning at 7:00 p.m. at Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Learning Center, 2115 Lexington Road. The meeting is being hosted by Bardenwerper, Talbott & Roberts, PLLC, to discuss a […]

OPEN MEETINGS ON METRO COUNCIL DISTRICT 8 TRANSITION TO 2017 WITH S. BRANDON COAN
STREET CLOSURE : Louisville Pride Festival – Saturday, September 17

STREET CLOSURE : Louisville Pride Festival – Saturday, September 17

The 2016 Louisville Pride Festival is scheduled to take place on Saturday, September 17, 2016 on Bardstown Road from 11 am to 11 pm. Click here for more information on the event. Street Closures Saturday, September 17  – 6:00 a.m. to Midnight Bardstown Rd from Beechwood Ave. to Highland Ave. Grinstead Drive between Cherokee Rd. and Baxter […]

CTA Annual Membership Party – September 17
Metro Parks and Recreation to host public meetings on dog parks, trails, skate parks

Metro Parks and Recreation to host public meetings on dog parks, trails, skate parks

As part of a “visioning” exercise, Louisville Metro Parks and Recreation will host 12 public meetings during the months of September, October and November to receive feedback on future park amenities including dog parks, skate parks and walking/hiking trails. “We look forward to hearing from citizens across Louisville about what they’d like to see in […]

Cherokee Park bridges closing for repairs beginning September 6

Cherokee Park bridges closing for repairs beginning September 6

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will be closing the Chenoweth Bridge in Jefferson County’s Cherokee Park beginning September 6. This bridge is located on Beargrass Road and will close to allow for repairs. The Chenoweth Bridge closure will last approximately six weeks. During construction, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians should follow the signed detour via Barrett Hill […]

5th Division Police and Community Peace Walk – August 30

5th Division Police and Community Peace Walk – August 30

Please come out and join the 5th Division Police for our Police and Community Peace Walk. Date: Tuesday August 30 Time: 6:00pm- 7:00pm Meeting Location:  Bardstown Road at Sherwood Avenue (parking behind the Vacuum shop) We will be walking a few blocks in this particular area together distributing crime prevention materials to residential neighbors. We look forward to seeing you. Crime Trends from Louisville Metro Police […]

Brainstorm Sessions for reuse of the former Urban Government Center site on Barret Avenue

Brainstorm Sessions for reuse of the former Urban Government Center site on Barret Avenue

Paristown Pointe Visioning Workshops in August! The residents and stakeholders of Paristown Pointe have the opportunity to guide and inform the development of the neighborhood by sharing their ideas in an upcoming series of workshops to be hosted by Develop Louisville’s Office of Advanced Planning. The workshops will brainstorm possible reuses of the former Urban […]

8/14 Willow Park Concert Cancelled

8/14 Willow Park Concert Cancelled

Due to the rain the Cherokee Triangle Willow Park Concert for Sunday, August, 14 has been CANCELLED.

5th Division Police Coffee With A Cop – Wednesday, August 17

5th Division Police Coffee With A Cop – Wednesday, August 17

Join the 5th Division Police for our next Coffee With A Cop and conversation. There is no agenda or speeches just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the men and women who protect and serve you every day. Date- Wednesday, August 17 Time-10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Location – Heine Brothers Coffee […]

Louisville Zombie Walk – NEW DATE – Saturday, August 27, 2016

Louisville Zombie Walk – NEW DATE – Saturday, August 27, 2016

It’s that time of year again … time for the zombies of Louisville to take to the streets of Bardstown Rd! THE DATE HAS CHANGED to the last Saturday in August, making this year’s Louisville Zombie Walk on Saturday, August 27, 2016 from 8:29 PM -12:29 AM. The routing is the same as last year […]

Registration for Center For Neighborhoods Green Institute 2016 is now open!

Registration for Center For Neighborhoods Green Institute 2016 is now open!

About Green Institute The Green Institute empowers individuals of varying backgrounds and interests to make informed decisions about the interdependent areas of energy, the economy, and the environment.  Taking a creative, holistic approach that utilizes live expert presentations,  groundbreaking film/media, interactive take-home challenges, field trips, networking, and group creative problem-solving, the course deeply explores a […]

LMPD National Night Out August 2
7/24 Willow Park Concert Cancelled

7/24 Willow Park Concert Cancelled

Due to the anticipated extreme heat over the weekend the Cherokee Triangle Willow Park Concert for Sunday, July 24 has been CANCELLED. Blair Carmen (Rockabilly) has been rescheduled for Aug. 21 .

Summer 2016 Cherokee Triangle Association Newsletter is now available to view online

Summer 2016 Cherokee Triangle Association Newsletter is now available to view online

The Summer 2016 Cherokee Triangle Association Newsletter is now available to view online. Click here to view – 2016 Summer CTA Newsletter

Talk with Tom – Saturday, July 16th.

Talk with Tom – Saturday, July 16th.

Councilman Tom Owen is inviting residents of District 8 to come out at the next “Talk with Tom” on Saturday, July 16th. “As summer moves along, I want to extend this opportunity to come out and talk with me on any subject or if you have a question or concern about anything you want to […]

Tonight’s Willow Park Concert Cancelled

Tonight’s Willow Park Concert Cancelled

Due to wet conditions and continued chance of rain the Cherokee Triangle Willow Park Concert has been cancelled for this evening 7/3.

No Garbage, Recycling or Yard Waste Pickup July 4

No Garbage, Recycling or Yard Waste Pickup July 4

No Garbage, Recycling or Yard Waste Pickup July 4 Waste Reduction, Haz Bin and recycling centers closed July 2 There will be no residential garbage, recycling or yard waste collection within the Louisville Metro Urban Services District (former Louisville city limits) on Independence Day, Monday July 4. The usual Monday collections will be made on […]

Roads in Cherokee and Seneca Parks Closed – Friday, July 1 and Saturday, July 2, 2016

Roads in Cherokee and Seneca Parks Closed – Friday, July 1 and Saturday, July 2, 2016

Road Closures in Cherokee and Seneca Parks for U.S.A. Cycling Masters National Road Race – Friday, July 1 and Saturday, July 2, 2016 6 am – 9 pm (both days) Scenic Loop in Cherokee Park Ledge Road Cochran Hill Road from the Scenic Loop to Lexington Road Beargrass Road from the Scenic Loop to Seneca […]

“Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, June 25th

“Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, June 25th

Councilman Tom Owen is inviting residents of District 8 to come out at the next “Talk with Tom” on Saturday, June 25th. “As summer moves along, I want to extend this opportunity to come out and talk with me on any subject or if you have a question or concern about anything you want to […]

5th Division Police Coffee With A Cop – June 29

5th Division Police Coffee With A Cop – June 29

Join the 5th Division Police for our next Coffee With A Cop and conversation. There is no agenda or speeches just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the men and women who protect and serve you every day.   Date- Wednesday June 29 Time-10:00am-12:00pm Location- 1295 Bardstown Road( Heine Brothers Coffee)

HCM Summer Food Drive
Neighborhood Informational Meeting on the proposed mixed-use development at Lexington Rd. & Grinstead Dr. – June 22

Neighborhood Informational Meeting on the proposed mixed-use development at Lexington Rd. & Grinstead Dr. – June 22

You are invited to a Neighborhood Informational Meeting on the proposed mixed-use development at Lexington Rd. & Grinstead Dr. RE: Zone change from C-2 to Planned Development District (“PDD”) consisting of mixed residential, office, retail and restaurant on 3.32 +/- acres at the intersection of Lexington Road and Grinstead Drive, specifically, 2294, 2300, 2338 & […]

Cherokee Triangle 2016 Summer Concert Series

Cherokee Triangle 2016 Summer Concert Series

Cherokee Triangle 2016 Summer Concert Series Concerts are held Sundays from 7 – 9 p.m. in Willow Park at Cherokee Parkway and Willow Ave. Summer Concert Cancellation Policy If a concert needs to be cancelled for weather-related causes, or any last minute band cancellation that cannot be filled, the information is posted on this website […]

Metro Junk and Bulk Trash Disposal  – Friday, May 20, 2016 – Sunday, May 22, 2016

Metro Junk and Bulk Trash Disposal – Friday, May 20, 2016 – Sunday, May 22, 2016

Junk and Bulk Trash Disposal  – Friday, May 20, 2016 – Sunday, May 22, 2016. Junk is collected 3 times a year in the Urban Services District, the former City of Louisville boundaries (map). Project Pickup collection and setout dates If you live in the Urban Services District (the former City of Louisville boundaries – map), click here […]

Free Junk Drop-off – Sunday, May 15
Responsible Recycling on Saturday, May 14

Responsible Recycling on Saturday, May 14

Responsible Recycling on Saturday, May 14 The D9 Annual FREE Responsible Recycling event is this Saturday, May 14, from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM at Louisville Water Tower Park, 3005 River Road. Please click on the below links for additional details on accepted items. This is a FREE drive-through event open to residents in Louisville […]

Street Closures for the Pegasus Parade – Thursday, May 5, 2016

Street Closures for the Pegasus Parade – Thursday, May 5, 2016

The Pegasus Parade will be held on Thursday, May 5, 2016. The following streets will be closed at the times listed: 6 am – 8 pm Barret Avenue from Broadway to Baxter Avenue Lexington Road from Baxter Avenue to Barret Avenue 1 pm – 8 pm Gray Street from Jackson Street to Hancock Street Gray […]

UPDATED : 2016 Derby Marathon Street Closures

UPDATED : 2016 Derby Marathon Street Closures

UPDATED:  The Streets for the Marathon portion were inadvertently left off the previous post 2016 Derby Marathon Street Closures 4-29-16 & 4-30-16 The following streets will be closed and or have their traffic diverted.  Adjacent streets to the below listed route may also be effected. The below listed street will have NO PARKING from 7:00am […]

Louisville Metro Launches Aautomatic Alerts for Street Sweeping

Louisville Metro Launches Aautomatic Alerts for Street Sweeping

Louisville Metro Launches Automatic Alerts for Street Sweeping Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that Louisville residents can now sign up to receive an automatic notice, via text or email, when their street is scheduled to be swept by Metro Public Works. The notices are meant to alert residents in advance that they must find alternate […]

Metro Council District 8 Candidate Forum Sunday, April 17

Metro Council District 8 Candidate Forum Sunday, April 17

The District 8 Metro Council candidates will be in a forum this coming Sunday, April 17.    The forum will take place at Congregation Adath Jeshurun Synagogue, 2401 Woodbourne Avenue.   Doors open at 1:30 PM for seating and the event starts at 2:00.  Please join the many neighborhood associations (including the Cherokee Triangle Association) who are […]

Metro Parks to host public meetings in April

Metro Parks to host public meetings in April

Louisville Metro Parks and Recreation will be hosting a series of public meetings at sites across the community from April 18-21, 2016. The four public meeting sites were selected because an initiative or program offered at or near the site was gauged to have a high level of community interest. However, Director Seve Ghose said, the […]

Metro Planning Commission Public Hearing on Short Term Rentals – April 11

Metro Planning Commission Public Hearing on Short Term Rentals – April 11

The Louisville Metro Planning Commission will hold an important Public Hearing on where and how to allow Short Term Rentals, like Airbnb. Monday, April 11, 2016 6:30 PM Old Jail Auditorium 514 W. Liberty St.  Louisville, KY 40202 The Commission wants to hear from the general public its opinion on where and how these commercial rentals should […]

CTA Spring 2016 Newsletter Now Available Online

CTA Spring 2016 Newsletter Now Available Online

The Spring 2016 Cherokee Triangle Association Newsletter is now available to view online. Click here to view – Cherokee Triangle Newsletter Spring 2016

Louisville Arts Master Plan Survey

Louisville Arts Master Plan Survey

Residents of the Greater Louisville Region are invited to take part in an online survey related to the development of a Master Plan for the Arts.  The public is encouraged to share their thoughts, hopes and desires for the future of arts and culture in our community through the completion of a short, anonymous online […]

MSD Soliciting Input on I-64/Grinstead CSO Basin Design

MSD Soliciting Input on I-64/Grinstead CSO Basin Design

MSD held a Conceptual Design Meeting concerning the I64 & Grinstead CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) Basin—a covered-underground basin. This meeting provided you with information about the conceptual design phase of the basin, and offered you an opportunity for input and comments. This basin project will greatly lessen the occurrence of combined sewer overflows—untreated sewage—entering Beargrass […]

Councilmembers Hollander and Owen to host free Naloxone training – March 31

Councilmembers Hollander and Owen to host free Naloxone training – March 31

Learn how to administer Naloxone to reverse the effects of overdose from heroin and opioid drugs Councilmembers Tom Owen (D8) and Bill Hollander (D9) have partnered with the Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition to host a free training session on how to administer Naloxone (also referred to by its brand name as Narcan®) to reverse the […]

LMPD 5th Division and 8th District’s Crime College – March 29

LMPD 5th Division and 8th District’s Crime College – March 29

LMPD  5th Division Crime College Tue. March 29 6:30 p.m. Atherton H.S. 3000 Dundee Rd. Come get tips and information on current crime trends and how NOT to be a victim. Come out and meet some of the officers that serve and protect the citizens in our community. Please spread the word and hope to […]

“Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, March 26th

“Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, March 26th

District 8 residents are invited to come out for a cup of coffee and a chance to talk about what’s going on in their neighborhoods. March’s “Talk with Tom” is set for Saturday, March 26th at Safai Coffee, 1707 Bardstown Road from 9:00am -11:00am. “Spring is here! It’s time for all of us to get […]

Triangle’s Councilperson Chosen on May 17th

Primary election day is Tuesday, May 17. Metro Council District 8, which includes the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood, has seven Democrats seeking the office. No Republicans have filed. The winner on May 17 will be our next District 8 Metro Councilperson. The CTA sent the candidates 11 questions on a wide variety of topics of importance […]

Street sweeping in Highlands, Cherokee Triangle the week of March 14

Street sweeping in Highlands, Cherokee Triangle the week of March 14

Click the map to enlarge it for a detail view of Area 7 where street sweeping is scheduled for the week of March 14. Street cleaning signs are posted prior to 5 p.m. on the business day before sweeping occurs. The signs alert residents that there is No Parking between the hours of 7 a.m. and […]

Planning Commission Public Hearing, March 17 – Zoning Changes and Waviers & Variances for development on the Old Phoenix Hill Tavern Site
STREET CLOSURES – Saturday March 12 Rodes Run/St Patricks Parade

STREET CLOSURES – Saturday March 12 Rodes Run/St Patricks Parade

Saturday, March 12, 2016 – Rodes City Run Map 6:30 am – 11 am Broadway from Brook Street to Second Street 7 am – 11 am Broadway from Fifth Street to Second Street (Fifth Street will remain open northbound) Third Street (one block north and south of Broadway) will remain open to cross traffic until […]

MSD Public Meeting on I-64 & Grinstead CSO Basin  – March 10

MSD Public Meeting on I-64 & Grinstead CSO Basin – March 10

MARCH 10, 2016 – 6:30 P.M. LOCATION: GIRL SCOUTS OF KENTUCKIANA BUILDING 2115 LEXINGTON ROAD I LOUISVILLE, KY 40206 MSD will hold a Conceptual Design Meeting concerning the 1-64 & Grinstead CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) Basin Project-a covered-underground basin. At this meeting, MSD will provide information about the conceptual design phase of the project, and […]

Take the 2016 Metro Parks Survey

Take the 2016 Metro Parks Survey

Metro Parks wants to hear from you! Your feedback is very important and will be used to help determine priorities for developing services for the community. Please take the 2016 Metro Parks survey here. 

February’s “Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, February 27

February’s “Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, February 27

February’s “Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, February 27th at Heine Brothers in the Douglass Loop Councilman invites District 8 to come out and talk over coffee Louisville – District 8 residents are invited to come out for a cup of coffee and a chance to talk about what’s going on in their neighborhoods.           […]

Bardstown Rd/Baxter Ave Overlay Committee to review plans for development on the Old Phoenix Hill Tavern Site on Feb.16

Bardstown Rd/Baxter Ave Overlay Committee to review plans for development on the Old Phoenix Hill Tavern Site on Feb.16

You are invited to attend a Bardstown Road/Baxter Avenue Overlay Review Committee hearing for a proposed multi-family community development. Subject Property: 1249 E. Broadway, 656 Baxter Avenue, 652 Baxter Avenue Case Number: 15BROD1023 Case Manager: Burcum Keeton, Architectural Projects Coordinator Meeting Type: Bardstown Road I Baxter Avenue Review Overlay Committee Date: Tuesday, February 16th, 2016 […]

FREE Informational Session: Olmsted Park Steward Program

FREE Informational Session: Olmsted Park Steward Program

FREE Informational Session: Olmsted Park Steward Program February 16, 2016, 6:30 – 7:30 PM A Park Steward receives in-depth training by Olmsted Parks Conservancy staff in order to help with park projects, volunteer events and/or community outreach. Park Stewards are regular volunteers who help to protect and restore natural areas, to raise awareness in the community and […]

Yard waste collection suspended due to weather

Yard waste collection suspended due to weather

Yard waste collection suspended due to weather Service to resume January 25  Due to forecasts of snow there will be no yard waste collection this week in the urban services district of Louisville Metro (the former City of Louisville boundaries). Yard waste collection will resume on January 25, weather permitting.

Researching Your Old House Workshop Saturday, December 12th, 1-4pm

Researching Your Old House Workshop Saturday, December 12th, 1-4pm

Researching Your Old House Hands on History Workshop Saturday, December 12th, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Your historic home has stories to tell! What do you know about your house’s history? Have you ever wondered about the history of your home? Who used to live there or what their lives were like?   This session of Hands on […]

Official Neighborhood Meeting Regarding the Development Plan for the former Phoenix Hill Tavern Site

Official Neighborhood Meeting Regarding the Development Plan for the former Phoenix Hill Tavern Site

Tuesday, December 15, 2015 7:00 p.m. Highlands Community Campus – 1228 E. Breckinridge St., corner of Barrett Ave. and E. Breckinridge St. (Parking is located in the rear of the building; handicapped parking and access is in the front of the building.) There is another neighborhood meeting regarding the development at the old Phoenix Hill […]

Free Junk Drop-off Disposal this Sunday

Free Junk Drop-off Disposal this Sunday

Free Junk Drop-off Disposal this Sunday Sunday, November 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Waste Management Outer Loop Landfill, 2673 Outer Loop. Event is open to all Jefferson County residents Citizens are encouraged to take advantage of the city’s free bulk waste and junk drop-off event on Sunday, November 1, from 9 a.m. […]

Follow-up neighborhood meeting regarding our development plan for the former Phoenix Hill Tavern Site

Follow-up neighborhood meeting regarding our development plan for the former Phoenix Hill Tavern Site

Tuesday, November 10, 2015 7:00 p.m. Highlands Community Campus – 1228 E. Breckinridge St., corner of Barrett Ave. and E. Breckinridge St. (Parking is located in the rear of the building; handicapped parking and access is in the front of the building.) There is a follow-up neighborhood meeting to the one held October 6th regarding […]

Next “Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, October 31st

Next “Talk with Tom” set for Saturday, October 31st

“Talk with Tom” Saturday, October 31st Come talk things over with Councilman Owen Starbucks – 972 Baxter Avenue (at Highland Ave.) 9:00am to 11:00am “It’s Halloween Saturday but there will be no tricks and the treat is just sharing a hot cup of coffee. So come out and let me know what’s on your mind […]