Louisville offering utility assistance for winter heating, wastewater bills
Cold temperatures and rising energy prices are expected to contribute to higher home heating costs this winter, but Louisville Metro is offering relief to families in need.
The city’s Office of Resilience and Community Services is now accepting appointments for its annual fall Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP. That through December 16, or until the funding runs out.
“The need is, I believe, greater now than it’s ever been. The bills that we are seeing now are higher than we’ve ever seen,” said LIHEAP Supervisor Brandon O’Neal.