Louisville Quick Guide
Louisville, Kentucky is more than just horse racing, mint juleps and bluegrass music: it is home to more than 250,000 Louisvillians who live, work and thrive here.
Louisville's economy is driven by manufacturing, service, tourism and trade industries. In fact, you may be surprised to learn that, according to the city's visitor's bureau, tourism is the second largest employer in the entire state, while Louisville's airport has been ranked the 10th busiest in the world.
Louisville bills itself as "America's Top City for Relocating Families." Its easily-accessible Metro Government operates from the Louisville Metro Hall, located at 527 W. Jefferson St., and houses many city departments for new and established residents to obtain the services they need.
Getting Around or Getting Away
Map driving directions from Louisville to areas including Anchorage, Jeffersontown and Shively.