Louisville Water connects with the community at Mayor’s Night Out

Vince at Mayors night outLouisville Water employees talked with customers and provided information on the company’s services at the recent Mayor’s Night Out.

It was Mayor Craig Greenberg’s second Night Out after reviving the community events that were a tradition when Jerry Abramson was mayor. According to Mayor Greenberg’s office, the Night Outs give residents an opportunity to “meet Metro Government leaders and department heads, ask questions, and share comments and suggestions on improving city services.”

The second Mayor’s Night Out was held at the South Louisville Community Center. Louisville Water employees joined representatives from about 30 metro agencies and departments — including Louisville MSD, Public Health, and Public Works — to provide information and answer questions from about 100 attendees.

Look for Louisville Water at the next Mayor’s Night Out, which will be held at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage at 1701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd. on June 27 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.