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Metro Govt. Listening Sessions on Land Development Code Reform: Oct. 24, 26, & 27

posted Oct 15, 2020, 6:47 PM by Curtis Stauffer
Louisville Metro's Land Development Code Reform
With the support of Mayor Greg Fischer, Metro Council and the Planning Commission, the Office of Planning & Design Services is carrying out a complete review of the Land Development Code (LDC) to identify and address land use regulations and policies that have inequitable impacts on Louisville Metro residents. 

 Louisville Metro is hosting three online WebEx listening sessions for citizens to give their input on land development code reform on Saturday, October 24th @ 10:00am,  Monday, October 26th @ 10:00am, and Tuesday, October 27th @ 6:00pm. Click here to get instructions on how to participate in the online listening sessions via WebEx.

The groundwork for this review began with the adoption of our 20-year comprehensive plan, Plan2040, the release of the Housing Needs Assessment and the completion of the Advancing Equity Report. These three documents focus on ensuring equity in housing, removing barriers for affordable housing, and investing in communities impacted by redlining, a practice where minorities were denied loans and insurance.  More information is available at: