Louisville residents who had property damaged in the August 4th flood have just over a week to apply for federal aid.
Officials at the University of Louisville expect the campus to be fully recovered from the August 4th flood next month.
The Louisville Metro Council’s accountability and oversight committee Wednesday held the first of two consecutive meetings focusing on Metro Animal Services director Dr. Gilles Meloche.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will begin scaling back its flood-recovery operations in Louisville.
Louisville Metro Sewer District officials say more infrastructure work may be needed to prevent flooding in west and southwest Louisville.
Federal Emergency Management Agency officials say anyone who sustained property damage in this month’s flood should apply for aid from FEMA.
Louisville’s Metro Sewer District Director Bud Schardein says residents can help prevent future flooding with their landscaping choices.
The Louisville Metro Council has established an ad hoc committee to review this month’s flash flood and the subsequent property loss.
President Barack Obama has approved the request for a major disaster declaration in Jefferson County following last week’s flood.
Here is the statement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency on President Barack Obama’s major disaster declaration.