The Parklands is a transcendent asset for Louisville, and will spur development in the area. The South Floyds Fork Vision will provide guidance for authentic, sustainable growth in southeast Jefferson County.
What is the South Floyds Fork Vision?
The South Floyds Fork Vision is an ongoing process resulting in a visionary plan that will provide guidance for authentic, healthy, equitable, sustainable, and well-connected growth in the South Floyds Fork area. The 4,000 acre Parklands of Floyds Fork is a transcendent asset for Louisville that includes four major parks linked by a park drive, an urban trail system, and watershed. The Parklands will spur development and increase population in the area and the South Floyds Fork Vision will serve as a guide for future development and infrastructure investment in and around the study area.
Where is the Study Area?
The South Floyds Fork study area is in southeast Jefferson County, and is bounded by Bardstown Road to the south, Shelbyville Road to the north, the Gene Snyder Expressway to the west, and the county line to the east.
Why was this boundary chosen?
Louisville Metro is currently updating the Comprehensive Plan, and has divided the county into 21 planning districts for further study. These boundaries are informed by Census Tract geographies, which make data gathering and comparison easier. The South Floyds Fork Vision study area is one of the 21 planning districts. Everyone interested in the process is invited to participate.