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MV July 2021


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.
Woman Walking Dog
Remember to walk facing on-coming traffic.

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MV Mayor Note
The street paving began the first week of June and is complete. The concerns with some residents were addressed in a reasonable amount of time and the situations resolved. We had many residents give compliments to Libs Paving for their quality of work and professionalism.

Now that we have new paving on which to drive, walk and play, be sure to stay within the speed limit. The number of walkers, bike riders and pedestrians has increased substantially so be sure to use caution when driving. Exercise good judgement and please obey the traffic laws.

With our new fiscal year beginning, City Hall is returning to normal business hours:
Tuesday and Thursday 10AM to 2PM. Monthly Commission meetings are vacating the use of Zoom and returning to in-person meetings beginning July 19,2021. Meetings are held at Meadow Vale City Hall, 9408 Blossom Lane, Suite A. City Hall is on the back side of Westport Plaza across from the El Nopal restaurant.

If you are new to the city or an established resident, you are encouraged to attend. It is a good way to learn more about the neighborhood and its history along with how government in a suburban home rule city operates. Please join us. As always, we are interested in those who would like to contribute to keeping your city a wonderful and desirable place to live.

The City Commission has passed the 2021-2022 Tax and Budget ordinances. They are available for viewing online at http://cityofmeadowvale.org. In compliance, they were also published in the Courier-Journal. The new tax rate is lower than last year, and we have retained a balanced budget.

A survey concerning the Meadow Vale Police Department was mailed to each residence. If you have not responded, please take a moment to complete and return it. This will help us evaluate how to continue to improve the services. Thank you, to the residents who have taken the time to respond. The consensus has been positive in that residents appreciate our officers. Thus far, it is clear that the main concern of our residents is speeding and more police presence.

As we celebrate the Independence of America on July 4th be thankful for all the freedoms and opportunities that exist through the efforts of those who have given of themselves. The most famous and accurate phrase that comes to mind in these turbulent times is by John F. Kennedy, as delivered through his inaugural address, “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”

~ Mayor Hornek

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Worth Quoting

No matter how educated talented, rich or cool you believe you are, how you treat people ultimately tells all. Integrity is everything.”

— Author Unknown

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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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