Jeffersontown Community Information

Local Education
The Jefferson County Public School District provides quality education to students of Louisville, Jeffersontown, Hikes Point and Fern Creek. Students are provided with an experienced teaching staff, modern facilities and strong community involvement.

For higher education, a number of colleges and universities are located nearby including the University of Louisville, Bellarmine University, Spalding University, Indiana University Southeast, Sullivan University, Kentucky College of Business, Spencerian University, and Jefferson Community College.

Job Market and Area Development
Blankenbaker Crossings is the most recent real estate development area in the region. It is a mixed-use development that borders Bluegrass Industrial Park in the east. The development includes industrial uses, world headquarters such as Papa John's International, retail outlets, restaurants and McKendree College, a four-year liberal arts school.

Located adjacent to I-64, Bluegrass Industrial Park is one of the premier commercial corridors in Jefferson County and houses nearly 900 companies. Being located just 15 minutes east of downtown Louisville made Jeffersontown the perfect spot for the 1,800-plus-acre business complex. The Bluegrass Industrial Park offers a variety of businesses.

Gaslight Square is the heart of Jeffersontown, located at the intersection of Watterson Trail (named after Henry Watterson) and Taylorsville Road. Gaslight Square has been the center of the city for more than two centuries and is home to civic, office and retail uses and the city government.

Attractions and Things to Do
Although Jeffersontown knows how to get business done, its citizens also know how to have fun. The city hosts the Gaslight Festival in September of each year, a series of events spread over a week with something for everyone. The community is also home to numerous regionally endorsed baseball and softball tournaments at its award-winning Skyview Park complex. Other nearby attractions includes the Blackacre Nature Preserve, and the Floyds Fork Soccer Complex. Louisville also features its own ballet, orchestra, regional repertory theatre, children's theatre, opera, dinner theatre, and Shakespeare festival.

A number of shopping developments, restaurants and hotels are located in the Jeffersontown area of Hurstbourne. Two of the major shopping centers are Plainview Shopping Center at Linn Station Road and Stony Brook Shopping Center at Taylorsville Road.

Louisville, Kentucky is often described as a "big small town." Louisville combines many of the best qualities of large and small cities, and the result is one of the nation's most appealing cities to live. Centrally located in the Midwest, it is easy driving distance to Indianapolis, Nashville, St. Louis, Cincinnati, and Lexington. Louisville and its surrounding metro area offers quality-of-life factors such as cultural offerings, recreational activities, fine dining and a vast amount of family-friendly community events.

There are a number of great area attractions which visitors love to attend, such as Churchill Downs, Cherokee Park and Seneca Park, Louisville Slugger Museum, the annual Kentucky State Fair, the Muhammad Ali Center and the Center of the Arts. One recent addition to downtown is the Fourth Street Live which offers an array of night life. Metro areas of Jeffersontown, Fern Creek and Hikes Point are three great communities of Louisville. The real estate includes a variety of single-family homes for sale, as well as townhouses and condominiums.

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