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Parks Archives — Broken Sidewalk

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How sprawling development is poisoning Floyds Fork

Have you been to the Parklands of Floyds Fork yet? Visiting the pristine landscapes on the far eastern edge of Jefferson County is like...

Produce Park brings fresh fruit to a vacant lot in the...

A vacant lot in the Russell neighborhood has been transformed into a fruit-filled community orchard. This past Friday, July 15, community leaders and officials...

Story Avenue Park and Butchertown’s quest for meaningful public space

When you look down from a mile up, it's unmistakable: Butchertown has been, well, butchered, sliced, and laid out on a charcuterie board. Over...

How sprawling development is threatening the Parklands of Floyds Fork

“Unabashedly urban” is an unusual portrayal of the drive out to the Beckley Creek portion of The Parklands of Floyds Fork, nearly 17 miles...

Steeped in cycling history, Wayside Park will host 300 free bike...

While we all love the Kentucky Derby, getting there is usually a challenge. That's because Louisville isn't exactly set up to efficiently handle large...

Interior Secretary: Stronger conservation needed to protect parks and wildlife refuges

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said last week that major changes need to be made to protect public land threatened by natural, man-made and political threats,...

Tuesday: Join Louisville landscape architects to learn about the significance of...

It's easy to see how parks have shaped the built environment and growth of Louisville. Our cherished Olmsted Parks system created a green armature for...

Makeover of Iroquois Park’s Northern Overlook brings resiliency to Louisville’s most...

Iroquois Park’s Northern Overlook, with views of downtown and the Ohio River valley, offers the city’s finest natural panorama. After suffering decades of degradation...

#DesignMatters: Seven of eight AIA Kentucky award winning projects located in...

Louisville cleaned up in the 2015 AIA Kentucky Design Excellence Awards, with seven of the eight winning projects announced by the state chapter of the American...