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This is the web site for the City of Meadow Vale, Kentucky. If you have ideas or comments regarding this site or concerns that involve the neighborhood, please use the Contact page to submit the comment or issue. Your input will be read and dealt with in a responsible and timely manner. Also, be sure to check the News | Other Information tab (above) for the latest details related to life in Meadow Vale and our area of Louisville Metro (District 17).

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S T R E E TP A V I N G
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Libs Paving Company will be milling and paving Meadow Vale roads over the next two weeks starting Tuesday, June 1st.
The goal is to be complete by June 11 (weather permitting).
They will do their best to get residents in and out without delay.
Please be patient and show courtesy to the workers.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Meadow Vale City Hall:
(502) 412-5500.



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Whipps Mill Road Closure at Hurstbourne Parkway

Construction is scheduled to begin this summer on a project closing the west side of the Whipps Mill Road/Hurstbourne Parkway intersection. A cul-de-sac will be constructed so that there will be no vehicular access to Hurstbourne Parkway from that direction. This project also includes replacing much of the existing sidewalk along the north side of Whipps Mill Road due to it not meeting current ADA standards. The primary reason for this project is the poor visibility to oncoming traffic for motorists turning on Hurstbourne Parkway, particularly those headed north.

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MV Caring Neighbors
Any resident needing assistance with
food, utility or rent expenses, is asked
to contact city hall for a list of
available resources. There are many
options to help residents during this
pandemic and the winter months.

Meadow Vale City Hall:
(502) 412-5500

Meadow Vale Mayor:
(502) 593-1206

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Stay alert when driving or walking throughout the city.
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Remember to walk facing on-coming traffic.

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Summer is here and with it comes the paving project!

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As we move forward from a year of change and uncertainty, we plan to complete a few projects. We have several residents who are ready to step in and help wherever their assistance is needed. If you or someone around you would like help with a project or do some maintenance for a neighbor, due to their inability or mobility to get them done, call City Hall at (502) 412-5500 or one of the Commission members to arrange for help.

We hope to have the volunteer appreciation dinner in the fall of 2021.It will be so good to be able to get together for an event. Celebrating our volunteers is one of the more important functions we do as a city. If you have volunteered your time and talent, please contact Commissioner Dittmer or Pat Teeter at City Hall.

It is never too late to get involved as a volunteer. If you are willing, we can use some assistance with liter pickup on the berm. It is an important beautification project that is on-going in nature.

A survey concerning the Meadow Vale Police Department was mailed to each resident home. Please take a moment to fill it out and return, so we can continue to improve the services. Our department is fortunate to be an accredited police department. It is an honor and requires many hours of hard work by our officers. We thank each one of them for achieving this high honor bestowed on Meadow Vale.

The street paving will begin the first week of June and be complete by the second week. Please use caution and patience during this time. For the residents asking for a contact, this is the information for a contact at Libs Paving: Kyle Pfeiffer (812) 944-8942 or (502) 807-7795.

Last, but not least, congratulations to all of our Meadow Vale graduates!

~ Mayor Hornek

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Worth Quoting

"Courtesy is the one coin you can never have too much of or be stingy with."

— John Wanamaker

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Important information about COVID-19 is provided below. Dealing with the coronavirus pandemic in an appropriate manner is vitally important for our immediate future. This website will be updated, as appropriate, concerning the residents of Meadow Vale and the surrounding area.


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