Floyds Fork Action Plan Update (November 2010)
This update was intended to provide the Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) with a near-term plan for providing effective and efficient sanitary sewer service to its customers and to identify the improvements required (with recommended priority and timing to meet projected customer needs for the next ten years). The report describes the condition and capacity of existing conveyance and wastewater treatment facilities in the planning area. It also includes a plan for the future and alternatives for growth areas. The collaborative effort included personnel from MSD and a consultant team including Strand Associates, Inc., Jacobi, Toombs and Lanz, Inc., CH2M-Hill, and Coulter Mapping Solutions. The Action Plan Update was prepared to meet Kentucky Division of Water (KDOW) guidelines for a regional wastewater facility plan. Acceptance and approval by KDOW would enable MSD to undertake the recommended projects.
[2010 Floyds Fork Action Plan Update]
[2010 Floyds Fork Action Plan Update Appendices]
Floyds Fork Area Study
The project aimed to balance land conservation and population growth, create compact, mixed-use centers to limit sprawl, preserve existing natural resources, integrate mixed-use centers with Floyds Fork Greenway and the City of Parks Louisville Loop trail, promote best development and conservation practices and implement design and development guidelines. A series of seven presentations were provided between June 2008 and October 2010 by Wallace, Robert, and Todd, LLC.
[Floyds Fork Area Study Presentation 06-10-08]
[Floyds Fork Area Study Presentation 07-29-08]
[Floyds Fork Area Study Presentation 03-24-09]
[Floyds Fork Area Study Presentation 11-12-09]
[Floyds Fork Area Study Presentation 12-10-09]
[Floyds Fork Area Study Presentation 07-08-10]
[Floyds Fork Area Study Presentation 10-08-10]