NEXT COMMISSIONERS MEETING: Monday April 26, 7:00pm will be held in the lobby of the 10,000 Building. Bring a chair. Social distancing and a mask required.

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SATURDAY APRIL 24, 10:00am-Noon. Plant exchange at Hardesty Park. Exchange plants and stories or just come to see the park and your neighbors. Bring anything you would like to share. FOR THE KIDS: Snacks (we always have snacks!) and a craft for them to celebrate Earth and Arbor Day. See you there!!

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2021 LOUISVILLE’S THUNDER PLANS ANNOUNCED FOR APRIL 17https://thunderoverlouisville.org/
The countdown is on for this year’s Thunder Over Louisville! Themed “Illuminating Our Community,” the 2021 show will be a made-for-television event as the air show and fireworks are moved to undisclosed locations around the community. With public health and safety always a top priority, this year’s Thunder will be held without spectators and will not be at the Waterfront. 
Other changes to the show this year include:
The two-hour air show with a Category 3 air box will have fly-bys, as well as some aerobatics. Air acts include the Kentucky Air National Guard and their C-130; UPS and their 767; 2019 Air Show performer of the year, Matt Younkin; as well as Air Force tankers, Army helicopters, F-16’s, the Tuskegee Airman P-51 and others.New to Thunder will be a drone show leading up to the fireworks, with over 50 drones in different formations. The fireworks will launch around 9:30 p.m. from five different locations around the community. 
The best way to see and hear Thunder this year will be by watching WHAS TV, the Official Broadcast Partner of Thunder Over Louisville or tuning to Summit Media’s Mix 106.9, the Official Thunder radio partner. 

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WELCOME TO THE CITY OF BLUE RIDGE MANOR OF KENTUCKY!

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 2018 Census population was 827.  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.

The City of Blue Ridge Manor monthly Commission Meetings are scheduled on the 4th Monday of every month at 7:00pm. All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. See “Calendar” located in the STAY CONNECTED section for all exact dates. NEXT MEETING: APRIL 26, 2021 7:00PM held in the lobby of the 10,000 Building. Bring a chair. Social distancing and a mask required.