Irish Hill Neighborhood Association’s newsletter, From the Hill, has been updated and revamped to provide you more information about what’s happening in the neighborhood. We hope you’ll check it out!
Click this link to down the PDF to your computer –> 2017-02 IHNA Newsletter
Newsletters are being distributed throughout the Neighborhood. In case you missed it, the entire version is at this link –> 2016-04 Spring Newsletter
IHNA depends upon you, its members, to make it effective. Be a part of all the positive developments in Irish Hill by joining or renewing your membership to the Neighborhood Association. Send your membership dues to IHNA, 1305 Lexington Rd, 40204. $5 resident / $30 business per calendar year. Membership fees cover the following costs:
- Maintain and beautify green spaces.
- Print the neighborhood newsletters and flyers.
- Implement projects that encourage safety, economic life, health and security.
- Support clean-ups and social events.
We also are seeking members to serve on the Board of Directors. If you have a few hours per month to give back, we are always looking for fresh faces.
The 300 new apartments at 1373 Lexington Rd are beginning to take shape. The plans are for leasing office and clubhouse to be open in mid-September, with the first units ready for residents in mid-December, bringing 20 units on line every few weeks. The project should be 100% complete by June, 2017.
The former Baxter Station property at 1201 Payne St. was re-zoned on March 10. No word yet on when they plan to open.
Part of Irish Hill has an opportunity to elect a Metro Council Seat this year. IHNA is a co-sponsor of a candidate forum on May 12 from 6:30 to 8pm at the Main Library Centennial Room, 301 York St.
Remember, last day to register to vote this time is Apr.18!
After planning to hold a community meeting in Feb., Louisville Metro has gone back to re-do the traffic counts. Since some area road construction has wrapped, they will have better data to establish a final design and timeline for paving and adding bike lanes. In the meantime, it’s a pretty bumpy ride through the area.
Formerly called the Lexington & Payne Basin, MSD will present and accept comments on Apr. 26 at the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, 2115 Lexington Rd at 6:30.
The 13.7M gallon basin is designed to keep area sewage out of Beargrass Creek.
Thanks to Kevin Stich and Steve Conley, IH now has an outlet for your pop culture needs. Located at 361 Baxter Ave. they have everything you need to get your nerd on – comics, toys, collectibles and a large space for playing. Check out their gaming schedule and upcoming events at heroescg.com.
Irish Hill Cleanup—Need Volunteers!
Saturday, April 23 . 9am to Noon
Meet at Irish Hill Park. Cooper & Lexington Rd
The Irish Hill Neighborhood Association, in partnership with the Mayor’s “Give a Day” initiative, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Brightside, is holding our spring neighborhood cleanup on April 26th from 9am until noon. Join us and students and families from SBTS as we de-litter Irish Hill. Plenty of trash bags and gloves will be provided. If you have rakes, shovels or brooms, please bring them with you. Accompanied kids are welcome. Meet at Irish Hill Park at the intersection of Cooper & Lexington Rd.
Residents and business associates are encouraged to walk to the meet up site. If you are driving, parking is available at Irish Hill Park. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
This event is part of the 1937 Project. What’s that? Look here: http://www.sbts.edu/current-students/student-life/the-1937-project/