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Welcome to the City of Meadow Vale

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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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On September 28, 2018, Attorney General Andy Beshear warned senior citizens and military veterans to be wary of a new scam that attempts to switch their monthly bank deposit to a con artist’s bank account. The office has received reports from seniors and veterans in Edmonson, Fayette, Jefferson and Spencer counties who say scammers tried to steal their monthly Social Security or veteran benefit.

To read the entire letter from the Kentucky Attorney General, go here.

MV Election 2018

Candidates for Election in Meadow Vale

Election Day is Tuesday, November 6. In addition to Federal, State, and Metro races, residents of Meadow Vale will be electing a Mayor and four Commissioners. The following positions and names will be on the ballot for this year’s election.

Non-partisan (one to be elected)
__ Mary R. HORNEK

Non-partisan (four to be elected)
__ Cathy MORROW
__ Mike JONES
__ Mary "Diane" ROBERTS
__ write-in

If no one is elected to the fourth position of the Commission, the position will be filled according to the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.


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Your Help Is Needed!

The concrete berm wall along Hurstbourne Parkway has been power washed and prepped for paint.

The City of Meadow Vale is looking for a few volunteers to paint the berm wall. The City is providing the paint, rollers and brushes. We just need your help. Volunteers need to be at least 18 years old.

If you are interested in helping in any capacity, please contact Matt Hammond at (502) 438-0278 and he will gather up times and availability of those that can help.

Together, we can keep our City looking beautiful!


Keep What Is Yours Lock Your Doors
Theft from cars in Meadow Vale and surrounding neighborhoods is increasing. Be sure to lock your car doors. And, hide or remove loose items that are in view.


Did You Know

St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Zachary Taylor School, Westport Plaza and Goose Creek Properties are in the City of Meadow Vale. The church and school were annexed in 1979 and Shopping Center was added in 1987.


MV Mayor Note
I would like to thank Commissioner Morrow and the numerous people who pulled together to make our Movie Night a success. When I spoke with the neighboring mayors about doing the event together for our three cities, Meadow Vale, Rolling Hills (Mayor Jaeger) and Westwood (Mayor Lambert), I wasn’t sure of what the response would be. It was a historic and wonderful evening with fun for all ages. We had music, food, games and a movie with approximately 300 people in attendance covering the evening. We live in a wonderful city with many caring individuals.

As with anything in life, there are hiccups to overcome going forward. The past four years have been a whirlwind of obstacles and advances for our city. We have come a long way in a short amount of time and I am proud to have been instrumental with the number of advances we have accomplished. There have been so many involved in making these changes successful.

The Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) and Jefferson County League of Cities (JCLC) are two of the best resources available to small cities in our state and county. They offer a tremendous amount of help when asked. Both organizations stay up with current law changes and what is happening that directly affects our town.

It is with great honor that I accepted a nomination to the executive board with the Jefferson County League of Cities (JCLC). I am currently serving a two-year term as the treasurer. It is with pride and gratitude that I represent our city amongst the eighty-two cities that are within the Louisville Metro Government. Currently, I am excited to be working on a project involving our local park with our District 17 representative Glen Stuckel and his legislative assistant Kip Eatherly.

I am a huge proponent of continuing education and promote such, especially, to our commissioners and employees. By taking advantage of these opportunities it becomes a means to stay up to date on laws and current trends to help keep us at the front of the curve.
In closing, I want to genuinely and wholeheartedly thank all the many volunteers who help make each aspect of our city better each day. When representing our city at an event throughout the state I have the philosophy “As Mayor I can leave one footprint, but with the help of our wonderful volunteers and neighbors we can leave many footprints.”

~ Mayor Hornek


Worth Quoting

Wherever you are, it is your friends who make your world.

William James


Leash Your Pet


Please keep your pet on a leash and under control at all times. Pets are not allowed to run free at any time in Jefferson County. This restriction includes school grounds and parks. Some parks in the county do offer dog runs where they can be allowed off the leash in a controlled area. Please refer to the Metro Parks website for locations. Also keep in mind that owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets when walking through the neighborhood. The leash law applies to all pets, not just dogs. Owners can be fined for not doing so. So, be a good neighbor and obey the leash laws.


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