Ethics Board


  • Meetings are held in March or as necessary when so deemed by the Board.

  • Three members, each serving three-year terms

Appointing Authority
  • Mayor

Special Requirements
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Does not hold an elected office, appointed office, or position with the city
  • No convictions of a felony or any crime involving moral turpitude
  • Oath of office
  • Residence of Meadow Vale at least two years prior to date of appointment

  • The Ethics Board will receive and investigate complaints, hold hearings, and make findings of fact and determinations with regard to alleged violations of the City of Meadow Vale’s Code of Ethics.
  • The commission will also render advisory opinions to the city and city agency officers and employees regarding whether a given set of facts and circumstances would constitute a violation of the city’s Code of Ethics. Established per Ordinance No. 4, Series 2016 - 2017.

The Ethics Violation Complaint Form is available in PDF by clicking here. Residents of Meadow Vale may use the form to request the City of Meadow Ethics Board to evaluate the information submitted and take appropriate measures in accordance with the procedures outlined in the City of Meadow Vale Ethics Code, Ordinance No. 4, Series 2016-2017.

Open Records and Open Meetings Information

So that you, residents of Meadow Vale, may have handy access to the guidelines used in the Commonwealth of Kentucky regarding access to meeting and records, a document entitled Your Duty Under the Law is available for download at your convenience. The document, though designed as a reference for those serving on public agencies such as state and local government boards, commissions, and authorities, legislative boards, commissions, and committees, county and city governing bodies, councils, school district boards, special district boards, and municipal corporations, it is available to all residents and owners of businesses within Meadow Vale to use as a personal resource and transparency in providing accurate information. The document explains the procedural and substantive provisions of Acts passed by the Legislature with regard to Open Meetings and Open Records. It also contains basic information about the Acts.

Pursuant to KRS 15.257(1), the Office of the Attorney General distributes this written information to assist the public officials of Kentucky in complying with the Open Meetings and Open Records Acts. Comments may be sent to the Attorney General’s Office, 700 Capital Avenue, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, or to their website,