Uncategorized

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 […]