City of Shepherdsville

“It’s continuously been the Mission of the City of Shepherdsville to sustain a constant transparency of local government; to promote Economic Development. And a safe environment for our residents to Live, Work and Play.”

Junk pickup day is day to set out multiple large items. Normal junk pickup consist of hot water heaters, washers, dryers, dishwashers, couches, chairs, coffee and end tables, miscellaneous toys, garage items, tools, grills, bicycles, lawn mowers, refrigerators, etc. The following is a general guideline for acceptable and non-acceptable items, as well as acceptable with exceptions. Limit of 4 items
If you have any questions regarding material not list or are unclear, call first to 502-638-9000.

Shepherdsville 2020 General Fund and Sewer Department Budget

The City Council has determined it to be in the best interest of its citizens to allow the operation of street-worthy golf carts on certain City streets after they have been inspected by the Bullitt County Sheriff and the Shepherdsville Police Dept.

Code enforcement is the prevention, detection, investigation, and compelling observance of violations of statutes or ordinances regulating public health, safety, and welfare, public works, business activities, and consumer protection, building standards, land use, or municipal affairs.

Learn about Zika symptoms, transmission, primary effects and things you can do.

If you see anyone dumping anything in to the City’s Storm Water Drains please contact MS4 Coordinator Joshua Edwards.

Looking for a general description of typical fees associated with extending a sewer? Look no further.

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