100 Percent Louisville: A look at Louisville’s energy consumption and mapping a way to a 100% clean energy Louisville by 2040. This website features information on all of Louisville Metro’s current programs:

  • Cool Roof Incentive Program

  • Energy Project Assessment District (EPAD) program

  • Green Fleet Challenge

  • Commercial Energy Star Program

  • Residential and Non-Residential Energy Efficiency Programs

Know Waste Wednesday: Questions about Louisville’s waste and recycling programs answered by Public Education Supervisor Karen Maynard.

MSD: Contact for problems involving: drainage, sanitation (backups or discharge), catch basins, man holes, spills (chemicals, diesel fuels, etc.), sink-ins and holes (MSD will secure the hole, but the property owner will generally need to call a plumber to fix it). If a property has a sinkhole that has not been caused by city infrastructure the Conservation District may be able to provide technical assistance to the landowner. Note: Jeffersontown, Shively and Middletown have their own utilities departments. However, MSD does cover some of these areas so landowners can call MSD and they will direct them as needed.


Photos & Maps

The Conservation District has a plethora of photographs and maps available to view at our office, including:

  • 1937 Aerial Photographs

  • 1951 Aerial Photographs

  • 1956 Aerial Photographs

  • 1960 Aerial Photographs

  • 1973 Aerial Photographs

  • 1982 Aerial Photographs

  • USGS Topographic Maps

  • USGS Geologic Quad Maps

  • US Fish & Wildlife Wetland Inventory Maps

  • Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM)

  • Soil Survey of Jefferson County, KY (1966)