Living in Louisville
When you work at Norton Healthcare you get all the great benefits and opportunities we can offer as the largest health care system in Kentucky, but you get much more than that - a great place to live! Join the Norton Healthcare team and fall in love with Louisville's vibrant and affordable Midwestern lifestyle. As the 16th largest city in the U.S., Louisville has an acclaimed arts community, a passion for sports of all kinds, and a wide array of spiritual, cultural, and recreational options.
Visit these Web sites to learn more about all Louisville has to offer:
Living in Louisville
Louisville Metro Government (Official Site)
Louisville Workforce Statistics
Relocating to Louisville
Whatever your background, lifestyle or interests, Louisville welcomes you with open arms. It has quite a variety of neighborhoods, schools and a reasonable cost of living when compared to many cities. We have many convenient, easy-to-use websites to help you search for a home, rental home or apartment. Once you've found a new place to live, they also can provide information on connecting your utilities. Need directions? Try Google Maps.
Arts & Entertainment in Louisville
Louisville offers many things to do, interesting attractions and a great number of excellent restaurants. Visit these Web sites to learn about specific arts and entertainment venues:
Sports in Louisville
With several perennial college basketball favorites nearby - including University of Louisville, the University of Kentucky, and Indiana University - it's no surprise that basketball is an obsession. With more than a few hometown heroes now in professional leagues, high school and college football remains just as exciting and closely followed. Indianapolis and Cincinnati just a short drive away in case you have the urge to take in the action of a professional sports team as well. The Louisville Bats, our AAA baseball team, draw tens of thousands of fans every spring as fans enjoy our outstanding ballpark watching baseball's stars of tomorrow. Speaking of baseball, what would the sport be like without a Louisville Slugger?
The Kentucky Derby is certainly the most widely recognized and celebrated paragon of sports in Louisville. Every year, thousands of celebrities, dignitaries, and good old-fashioned horse racing fans pour into Louisville to witness "the fastest two minutes in sports" and the many events associated with the Kentucky Derby Festival. Win or lose, any day spent at Churchill Downs is a good day.
History in Louisville
Founded as a river trading outpost in 1778, Louisville has a rich history as well. Historical sites such as Locust Grove, Farmington, and Riverside, The Farnsley-Moremen Landing give visitors a real sense of Louisville's unique and storied past. Louisville also offers many interesting walking tours.
Regardless of your background, lifestyle or interests, Louisville welcomes you with open arms.