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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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February w Presidents

Louisville Metro’s Division of Community Forestry is temporarily closing Lakeland Road for tree removals. The road closure will be from the intersections of Lakeland Rd and Garr Lane to the intersection of Lakeland Road and La Grange Road. The closure will start the week of February 18, 2019 is expected to last for a two week period or until work is completed. The road will only be closed during the hours of 9 AM to 3 PM on week days. Traffic will be detoured.

New City Commission

The new Commission started its 2019-20 term on January 1, 2019 The commission is composed of the following individuals:
Mayor: Mary Hornek
Commissioners: Matt Hammond, Mike Jones, Cathy Morrow, and Diane Roberts.

In an early action, Commissioner Roberts proposed that the honorary participants for “Candlemas Day,” formally known as Ground Hog’s Day, be Molly and Mike, the two ground hogs living behind the home of Tom Fisher.

KyDrLicense2019Kentucky’s New Driver’s Licenses

Starting in March 2019, Kentucky is making significant upgrades to state licenses, permits and IDs, and will issue a new Voluntary Travel ID for U.S. air travel. To inform yourself and your community of the upcoming changes, visit
  • View the rollout schedule
  • Learn what documents to bring


Code Enforcement Reminder

The City of Meadow Vale is diligently working towards being proactive on Code Enforcement violations. Therefore, you are encouraged to contact the City with complaints, or concerns. Many times rubbish, mattresses and furniture or even poor property maintenance can become a neighborhood eyesore. These issues should be called into the City. Issues will be evaluated and handled by our Code Enforcement Officer.

After the complaint has been verified, the offender may receive a Notice of Violation (with a date of compliance) or a verbal warning. If the violation is not remedied, follow-up measures, including fines and clean-up costs, could be assessed to the property.

Common complaints include:
  • Property Maintenance-Debris around the property, broken and hanging shutters and gutters, soffits detaching from the house
  • Junk cars
  • Parking on the grass or on unapproved surfaces
  • Mattresses not bagged in plastic
  • Failure to notify sanitation company about furniture
  • Excessive growth of vegetation.
  • Household items stacked in carports or driveway
  • Failure to remove limbs and branches from yard
  • Failure to cut limbs hanging over sidewalk


MV Mayor Note
Our City Commission had its first meeting of the 2019-20term. Matt Hammond accepted the appointment and sworn in as Commissioner giving us a full commission. We are looking to make more improvements that add to the value of our neighborhoods.

Barbie Bryant, our new City Clerk, was sworn in and is adjusting well to the duties of the clerk as well as life in Meadow Vale. She has even visited and participated in a game with our Cribbage Club.

By the way, the Cribbage Club is accepting new members. If you or someone you know would like to play or learn the game, stop in at City Hall and check them out on a Wednesday around noon.

Want to know what your city government does for you? Stop by City Hall sometime for a commission meeting on the third Monday of the month at 7pm. or visit on a Tuesday or Thursday between 10am-2pm.

Meadow Vale at its Best!

Many people give so freely of their time to our City making us who we are. One of our residents spied another concerned citizen single-handedly picking up all that garbage strewn along Hurstbourne Lane. It is not something she had to do, but that is how much she cares about our City and the area.

For the December holidays, Jimmy Hogan, Joe Hornek and Wally Pennington were instrumental in decorating our neighborhoods with wreaths. We truly appreciate their volunteer hours, making Meadow Vale festive and joyful.

If you or someone you know has volunteered in our city this past year, please contact Pat Teeter at City Hall, Commissioner Morrow or Mayor Hornek. We want to ensure everyone giving a hand is honored during the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner to be held on March 16th at City Hall.

~ Mayor Hornek


Worth Quoting

You’ll never find peace of mind until you listen with your heart

George Michael



As a reminder, ordinances for City of Meadow Vale may be found at Ordinances under the Governance tab in the navigation menu provided at the top of this page.


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