Useful Information and Links

PARKING is unlawful in the fire lanes designated on the south and west sides of all City streets.  Stopping or parking in the fire lanes, at any time, is prohibited.  The fine for parking or stopping in designated fire lanes is $50.00 per incident. 

No tires are allowed on grass at any time.

Parking is allowed on driveways, City streets (except as otherwise prohibited in fire lanes or between 2:00am and 6:00am), or on approved and maintained parking pads which were grandfathered with the passage of Ordinance 200601 in May 2006.  No new parking pads are permitted.  Vehicles parked on unauthorized parking pads will be ticketed.

The SPEED LIMIT is 25 miles per hour on all City streets.

WASTE COLLECTION must be arranged by residents through through Waste Management of Kentucky (502-962-5000).  Waste Management provides containers for trash and recyclables.  The City provides recycling services, while residents pay for other waste collection services, including trash, yard waste, and one large item per week.  Garbage must be completely covered in order to inhibit rodent activity.  Yard waste may be bagged, placed in containers, or tied in 3 - 4 foot long bundles.  Please note that effective January 1, 2015, yard waste must be placed in ASTMD6400 bio-degradable/compostable plastic bags, paper bags, or reusable bins. Tied bundles will continue to be collected.  It is advised that notice be given to Waste Management when a large item is to be picked up.  CAUTION:  remove the door from refrigerators or other items which can cause entrapment.  Regular collection for trash, recycling and junk removal occurs on Tuesday, but may be delayed by one day in weeks that include a Federal holiday.  Yard waste collection occurs on Friday.  Containers may be placed at the front curb of your residence no earlier than noon on the day before pickup, and must be removed from public view no later than noon the day following pickup.  You can also get information related to Waste Management services at


New Year's Day - Residential - Closed, pick up delayed 1 day *Commercial see below
Christmas Day - Residential - Closed, pick up delayed 1 day *Commercial see below
New Year's Eve - Regular schedule
Day After New Year's Day - Regular schedule
Martin Luther King Day - Regular schedule
Memorial Day - Residential - Closed, pick up delayed 1 day *Commercial see below
Independence Day - Residential - Regular schedule *Commercial see below
Labor Day - Closed, pick up delayed 1 day
Thanksgiving Day - Closed, pick up delayed 1 day
Day after Thanksgiving Day - Regular schedule
Day before Christmas - Regular schedule

*Commercial - Your trash may be collected up to one day prior or day after the holiday

Waste Management offers these additional products:
Lamptracker by Mail:  basic price $16.95 (includes postage).  The kit is a combination CFL bulb storage-and-shipping box with an interior Mercury VaporLok® bag. It’s the safest way to store the bulbs in your home until you have enough to ship back. Each kit holds up to 13 CFL bulbs.  Order your kit online and follow the simple instructions to store the CFLs. At your convenience, ship them back to us through the U. S. Postal Service. The postage has already been paid, and the shipping label is attached.
Medical Waste by Mail:  Basic Price $23.95 (including postage)  All you have to do is keep your used syringes in our specially designed protective container. When the syringes reach the fill line, simply put the container into the U.S. Postal Service postage-paid packaging that comes with the MedWaste Tracker and mail everything back to us.  We’ll take care of it, following all applicable regulations, and provide you with documentation of its safe disposal.
Bagster:  Basic Price $29.95 per bag/$89.00 to haul.  Buy the Bagster bag at your local home improvement store.  It comes in a compact package, so it’s easy to carry and set up. Simply buy as many as you need and fill them up with waste from your project.  Fill your Bagster bag with up to 3,300 lb of debris or waste.  Since the Bagster bag is yours to use whenever you want, for as long as you need, you don't have to wait for a dumpster to be delivered.  NOTE:  Per Ordinance 2007-02 a Parkway Village permit is required before setting up a Bagster in the City.  The cost is $10.00 for a 14-day permit.  Contact the City Clerk for more details.

OTHER PARKWAY VILLAGE REGULATIONS help create a clean, attractive, enjoyable environment for residents and visitors.  These include, but are not limited to public nuisances, such as rubbish accumulation, noxious odors or smoke, noise interfering with human comfort, obnoxious weeds and/or grass higher than 12 inches, trees or shrubbery obstructing City streets or sidewalks, storing of junk, scrap metal, inoperable vehicles and automobile parts.

Metro Louisville Certificates of Compliance are required before building structures such as fences, garages, carports, decks, or any room additions to your home.  Fences shall be confined to the original rear yard, plus six feet, shall be constructed of wood or wire material, and shall not exceed six feet in height.  A permit is required before any opening is made in any street and/or sidewalk.  No street, sidewalk, or public right-of-way may be obstructed so as to interfere with its use.  Sidewalks must be cleared of snow and ice, usually within 12 hours after a snow event.  A permit is required before any tree on the right-of-way may be cut or otherwise removed.  It is unlawful to post any signs on public rights-of-way or utility poles.

VENDORS, PEDDLERS, and SOLICITATORS are required to display a valid identification badge issued by Metro Louisville.  If you are concerned about a solicitor in Parkway Village, contact Audubon Police and ask that they check for appropriate credentials.

GUTTERS and GRATES bordering residential or business property must be kept clear of grass and debris by the adjoining property owner.  

We hope you find these links helpful ...

Louisville Metro Government

City of Audubon Park

Saint Joseph Neighborhood Association

Louisville International Airport

Jefferson County Property Valuation Administration (PVA)

Jefferson County Clerk's Office

Jefferson County Sheriff's Department

Jefferson County Public Schools

The Courier-Journal

Kentucky State Police Sex Offender Registry (click sex offender registry tab on homepage)

Kentuckiana Crimestoppers

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Kentucky Government Home Page

Free Kentucky Statewide Drugcard Program

Louisville Gas & Electric Company

Louisville Water Company

Local and State Government Information
The City of Parkway Village is in District 10 of Metro Louisville.  Our Metro Councilman is Pat Mulvihill.  Pat can be reached at 502-574-1110 or he can be reached via e-mail on the website.  Pat's legislative aide is Geoff Wohl.  The Metro Council's mailing address is 601 West Jefferson Street, Louisville KY 40202.

Our City is in the 35th House District of Kentucky and our State Representative is Jim Wayne.  Jim can be reached in Frankfort at 1-502-564-8100, or in Louisville at 502-451-8262.  His message line can be reached at 800-372-7181.  (TTY: 800-896-0305 and Spanish: 866-840-6574).  E-mail:
Our City is in the 19th Senate District of Kentucky and our State Senator is Morgan McGarvey.  Morgan can be reached at 502-564-8100, ext 621.  E-Mail:

Affiliations and Organizations
The City of Parkway Village is affiliated with the following organizations:

The Airport Neighbors Alliance
Jefferson County League of Cities
Kentucky League of Cities

Community Links
A Facebook account has been created by one of our residents.  While the Board of Commissioners cannot endorse the contents, interested parties can follow the account by searching Parkway Village, Louisville, KY.
Demographic data for the City of Parkway Village

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