A new Rental Registry for all rental property in Metro Louisville is now up and running online. Effective March 1, 2017, all property located in Louisville Metro and occupied or offered for occupancy in exchange for money or any other consideration must be registered with Louisville Metro Government. Failure to register is subject to a fine up to $100 per day per housing unit.
The registration calls for:
- Rental property owners to include the rental unit street address.
- List current contact information of the owner and managing operator.
- New owners to register within thirty days of any ownership transfer.
- Any change in contact information to be updated on the registry within thirty days of the change.
Visit this link to establish an account and access the registry, or to get detailed information and instructions on registry requirements. Registration is free and will be monitored by the staff of Develop Louisville. The need for the Rental Registry was prompted after concerns were raised by code enforcement inspectors, citing the difficulty in finding a person who was responsible for the problem properties. Currently, some listings have only a Post Office Box number or LLC as contacts in the event of a violation.
For more information call Ben Anderson at 574-4064.
Owners must register a physical address for contact information. A P.O. box is not acceptable.
The Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods is pleased to announce an external agency fund application process, made possible by the mid-year budget allocations from Metro Council and the Mayor’s office. Please find attached the application process, describing eligibility and requirements, as well as the application itself. ALL proposals must be completed and sent to the Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods by January 20, 2017 at 4pm.
OSHN announcement link (download)
The Community Financial Empowerment Certification program will be putting a how to teach savings habits on Friday, July 1 at the Metro United Way located at 334 East Broadway from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.
The workshop is part of a curriculum sponsored by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) called "Your Money, Your Goals" and a locally trained facilitator on the curriculum will be leading the workshop. Participants will learn about creating savings plans, balancing benefits limits, and how to save safely. This training will count as continuing education credit in the certification program.
To register, please visit this link.
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