Our Commitment to Helping Keep Hal Warheim Park Safe.


Spring has officially sprung. With this, comes increased traffic inside Hal Warheim Park. Hal loved to see the park being enjoyed by friends and neighbors. He believed that “to create something which enhances the enjoyment and welfare of our neighbors is one of life’s greatest pleasures.”

Most of the time, everyone follows the rules. However, there were a few incidents in the park, such as the vandalism pictured here, over the winter. One involved an adolescent who was seen unconscious, with signs of vomiting, surrounded by a group of peers who were not taking action to help. Suspecting something amiss, a concerned park patron who had come upon the scene called 911.

Warheim Park Board of Directors worked quickly to address the reported situation. We met with Lt. Alejandro Cabrera in March and he promised to familiarize LMPD in the 5th Division with the park.

He also recommended everyone in the neighborhood and those living adjacent to the park be vigilant, and not hesitate to call if anything appears suspicious.

If you see any suspicious activity, call Louisville Metro Police Department 5th District at 502-574-4111 ext. 5. All calls are recorded and responded to accordingly.

We appreciate your help in keeping Hal Warheim Park a safe, friendly and beloved place for all of us to enjoy.