Working alongside Jeffersontown’s past three Mayors as an elected City Council Member, Carol Pike has been privileged to be part of the tremendous growth of our city. Throughout her years of service, Carol has witnessed this charming city grow into the vibrant community it is now and is committed to keeping it that way for a bright future.
Carol says, “Jeffersontown is where I grew up with my friends, raised my daughter, Kim, and am now enjoying watching my grandson, Ryan, grow-up. I’ve helped countless families find their forever homes through my real estate business, and I am privileged to be a servant leader on our city council as your voice. We are a solid and close community. I am thankful and proud to be a lifelong citizen of the place I call home.” A graduate of Jeffersontown High School, Carol has been recognized by the JHS Alumni Association with the “Lifetime Achievement Award.”
Carol is the co-founder and President of “At Home Louisville,” a successful real estate business based in Jeffersontown. In her 45-years as a licensed real estate professional, she has sold over $100 million dollars in real estate.
Carol also volunteers her time in the community and has served on the committee for Blackacre Conservancy Nature Preserve and Historic Homestead, the Jeffersontown Fire Board of Trustees, and as a volunteer for “A Safe Place.” She is involved in the St. Edward Parish, Jeffersontown Eagles and Moose Lodge. She is a supporter of the Fraternal Order of Police, and her support of law enforcement has been recognized and awarded by the Jeffersontown Police Department.
During her years of service on the City Council, Carol has consistently voted to strengthen and grow the City of Jeffersontown through many economic development and infrastructure projects while maintaining the safety and security of the community. Carol has served as past Chair for both the Public Works and the Parks & Recreation committees. She is the current Chair of the City Council Safety Committee, and also serves on the Administrative Committee, Public Works Committee, and the Planning and Zoning Committee.