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No, but we do have an agreement with the Lyndon Police that requires 100 hours or more of their attention each month. They are on call for emergencies and will keep watch on your residence while you are away. They also perform random radar patrols. See the “Security” tab.
Windy Hills is in the St. Matthews Fire Protection District. The St. Matthews Fire Dept. has a substation in our City at the corner of Hubbards Lane and Brownsboro Rd. They have an emergency ambulance service as well. Their fees are paid in your annual property taxes to Metro Louisville. See the “Security” tab.
Yes. A monthly regular meeting on the 2nd Monday of the month, at 7:00 PM. There is also a monthly caucus meeting on the Friday before the regular monthly meeting, usually at 10:00 AM. Both meetings are open to the public. Look at the “Government” tab and the “City Government Basics” submenu for more details.
Yes. Call the City Office (502-895-4778) during business hours and we can send a Reach Alert to notify your neighbors to be on the lookout. After business hours call a Council Person or the Mayor. They also have the ability to initiate a Reach Alert.
We generally start the year with an Arbor Day event at our park in the spring. We are a designated Tree City USA and celebrate Arbor Day as part of our commitment to our leafy friends.
We have a rousing 4th of July get together replete with live music, free burgers and hot dogs, (bring a veggie dish please), free ice cream, and a children’s parade with prizes to the best decorated bike, wagon, child, etc. Typically, 10:00 to 2:00 at Sojourn Church on Rudy Lane.
In the early fall we have an ice cream social and free shredding of valuable papers that have lost their value. Ice cream and shredding seem to go together well and everyone has a nice time.
For the Christmas Holidays we have our Glow on the Green event that occurs on the Sunday after Thanksgiving at our lovely 4-acre park. Usually 5:00 to 6:30. We light bonfires and sing carols to live music all the while drinking hot apple cider and eating cookies. To cap it off we throw a switch and ignite the 18,000 lights on our famous 66-foot-tall Christmas tree.
And then it starts all over.
The City has a little over 1,100 homes and between 2300 and 2400 residents. We are a 5th Class City which is a State of Kentucky designation based solely on population. We are one of over 80 small cities in Jefferson County, but we are the best of course.
Before you dig, go online to 811NOW.com and choose Kentucky. Using their online form, request that utility companies identify and mark the location of utility lines on the property in question. OR, just call 811
Metro Louisville has a noise ordinance that tries to mirror common sense. If it is loud, and persistent, it is probably a violation. Visit https://louisvilleky.gov/sites/default/files/metro_council/pdf_files/noiseordinance.pdfhttp
The City of Windy Hills "City Hall" is located at 4350 Brownsboro Rd., Suite 110. This facility is in the upper Summit office building, suite 110, 4350 Brownsboro Rd. at the corner of U.S. 42 and Hubbards Lane.
The regular City Hall office hours are Monday through Friday 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. It is best to call the office to confirm someone is in the office before coming over. The phone number is 502-895-4778. The Summit Executive Suites have receptionists available from 8:00 a.m. to 5 p. m. for your convenience to drop off or pick something up.