We Are CPW

Central Park West Neighborhood Association (CPW) is an organization of Old Louisville residents working together to make our neighborhood the best place to live possible.  Representing residents of Ormsby Court, W. Ormsby Ave, Floral Terrace, Park Ave, Myrtle St., W. Magnolia Ave., Levering St., and S. Sixth St., we are dedicated to the goals of fostering community engagement,  cohesion, preservation, stewardship and public safety.  CPW is committed to working with other community groups, businesses and government groups in matters of advocacy in order to serve the needs of the wider Old Louisville community.

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CPW President

Peggy Muller

Professional optimist with pessimistic tendencies. Long-time resident, artist in waiting.

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CPW Vice President

Matt Wilson

Ceramicist, mustache enthusiast, mildly overzealous home closet organizer

Matt believes in the power of small acts of community service to positively impact large social issues

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CPW Treasurer

Penny Johnson

After falling in love with a sad little white house with black trim in a tired, in a worn-out neighborhood on a hot, muggy Louisville summer day in 1988, Penny has served with Central Park West Neighborhood Association, Old Louisville Neighborhood Council, Olmstead Conservancy, Central Park, Alley Cat Advocates, and Raptor Rehab. With continuing interests in preservation, historical urban research, architecture, restoration, and acting as local historian, Penny has loved the neighborhood and sharing her front porch with many dear friends for 33 years and counting.

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CPW Reporter

Emily Reid

Marketing professional and live music fan, I am a married mother of three who loves being part of Central Park West! You'll find me either walking our black lab Indigo rain or shine in the park, or on my back porch playing Yahtzee with family and friends.