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ATTENTION ALL  RESIDENTS!!

REGARDING ONGOING PAVING PROJECT,

STRIPING WILL BE COMPLETED ON NEXT DRY DAY

 Please, NO PARKING ON STREETS until further notice

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION AND PATIENCE

**** Please Help us by Reminding Your Neighbors*****

Blue Ridge Manor is a sixth class city in Jefferson County, Kentucky, United States. It operates under a Mayor and Commission form of government. The 2010 Census population was 767.  In addition to a beautiful residential area with various condominium complexes and private homes, the City of Blue Ridge Manor has a small commercial/business area, as well as  a wonderful quiet municipal park, known as Hardesty Park.  


Hardesty Park is open from dawn to dusk. It may be accessed on foot/bike by the pathway between 122 and 124 Blue Ridge Road. This path is best for strollers, walkers, wheelchairs, etc. We suggest that residents park in the back parking lot of Trinity Presbyterian Church rather than parking on the street. (The park entrance is five houses down from the parking lot). The park may also be accessed by driving south on South Dorsey Way. The road ends in a small parking lot in the park. The park includes a green space with picnic tables, playground equipment, and areas for basketball, volleyball, and baseball. 


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Noteworthy

ROAD WORK AHEAD

The city paving project has begun, and for the first time in 20+ years, the public streets are being repaved, not just sealed and weatherized.

Scraping pavement and preparation work began Wednesday, Oct. 17.  It is anticipated that this prep work will be concluded Thursday, Oct. 18.

No road work will be done Friday, Oct. 19 – Sunday, Oct. 21.

Paving, that is, laying new asphalt, rolling it, and application of the oil sealant is scheduled to begin Monday, Oct. 22nd.  Per the vendor (Louisville Paving), there should be little, if any, disruption to entry and exit from driveways during the prep work.  During paving, they will redirect traffic as needed but be aware that exit and entry to your driveway may be impeded for two short periods of time.  Laying asphalt and rolling it will take about 10-15 minutes in front of each driveway.  Once it has been rolled you can safely drive on it.  When the oil is applied however, it takes 30 minutes to cure.  During this time, it should not be driven on (it can track, or get on your car).  After 30 minutes, it is safe to drive, walk, bike on without tracking.

The projected sequence of paving, weather permitting, and minimal challenges:

Day 1 (Oct. 22)           Radford Rd. / Blue Ridge Ct. / Wenham Way / Afton (from Plainview to Woodstock)

Day 2 (Oct 23)            Woodstock / Staunton / Afton to Blue Fields and Blue Ridge to entrance

Day 3 (Oct.24)            Moser / Rosewood small public road / Completion

Day 4                           Back up / project overrun

Please note that the schedule is fluid and based upon weather, folks parking on the street in contravention to ordinance, needs of buses, garbage, traffic patterns….

We appreciate your patience as this exciting project finally comes to fruition!

Please review our parking ordinances – strict compliance will assist us to maintain these streets in great condition for another 20 years.

Mark Your Calendar!

City of Blue Ridge Manor Commission Meetings are scheduled on the 4th Monday of every month at the Middletown Fire Department, Division #2. The next meeting will be Monday, October 22,  2018 at 7:00 PM. All citizens are welcome and encouraged to attend! 

Join us Sunday, October 21 in Hardesty Park from 2:00-4:00 p.m. for Pumpkins in the Park.  Come paint a pumpkin and enjoy some TREATS!

The city office of Blue Ridge Manor has a new phone number:  (502) 822-1779.  If we are not in the office, please leave a voicemail.  The voicemail is checked regularly and your call will usually be returned within 1-2 business days.

Check out https://nextdoor.com! Nextdoor is a free private social networking site connecting people in our neighborhood and connecting us to surrounding neighborhoods. You'll see listings for lost and found pets, crime reports, yard sales, and more. To gain access, visit the website and enter your address to verify your location in Blue Ridge Manor. 

FYI: Don't throw out that old refrigerator or freezer! LG&E will come pick it up and pay the owner $50! For more information, visit their website: http://https//lge-ku.com/fridge-and-freezer-recycling.

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