THE CITY OF CROSSGATE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When and where are City Commission meetings?
The second Monday of the month at 7 p.m. Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church/4936 Old Brownsboro Road – in the farmhouse behind the church.
Are there deed or other property maintenance restrictions I should be aware of?
Crossgate has no more stringent restrictions other than those of Metro Louisville.
Metro regulations can be accessed HERE
Deed restrictions are posted here:
City of Crossgate Deeds and Restrictions
For the most often referenced property maintenance restrictions click here:
City of Crossgate Most Often Referenced Restrictions
Where do I get a City Directory or update my own information?
Go to our contact page and make the request or update.
Directories are generally distributed annually in the beginning of the calendar year.
How do I report a City maintenance problem?
Either fill out a request on our contact page or notify one of our elected officials.
When is my garbage pick-up?
Monday morning except on certain federal holidays. Click on this link for specific holiday exceptions.
Waste Management pick up schedule:
Please do not place your garbage out before the night before pickup, and return your garbage and recycling receptacles on pick-up day.
Can I have a yardsale?
Certainly! Please note that a City-wide annual yard sale is held in June.
The City pays for advertising costs and encourages residents to participate.
When is it appropriate to display political signs?
30 days before election day. Signs should be taken down within 7 days after the election.
What do I do about my neighbor’s barking dog?
Ask the owner if he or she is aware the dog may be disturbing neighbors.
If you don’t get an appropriate response, Metro authorities can address animal issues.
What happens if my city provided mailbox is damaged and needs replacing or if I decide I now want to get a mailbox consistent with the neighborhood look?
The Duggins Company, a custom mailbox manufacturer in Louisville, provided Crossgate residents with
all of the mailboxes and can be contacted to purchase or replace a mailbox (at resident expense), or with any questions. Its contact information is www.dugginsco.com Telephone 502-966-9290
We understand that Lowe’s may also very similar mailboxes at a reduced cost.
What do I do about a persistent loud noise?
Metro Louisville has a noise ordinance that tries to mirror common sense.
If it is loud, and persistent, it is probably a violation. Click here for more information:
Where do I vote and what precinct am I in?
Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church. 4936 Old Brownsboro Road. Precinct S-145.
What are my home schools?
Elementary – Dunn Elementary 2010 Rudy Lane 485-8240
Middle – Kammerer Middle School 7315 Wesboro Road 485-8279
High – Ballard High School 6000 Brownsboro Road 485-8206
Who do I call for more information about Metro Louisville ordinances or services?
Metro Call – 311.
Call LG&E directly at 589-3500. Be prepared to provide the telephone # at the location, and follow the voiceprompts.
Who are my elected officials?
Mitch McConnell 582-6304
Rand Paul 582-5341
U.S. House of Representatives:
John Yarmuth 582-5129
Julie Denton 1-800-372-7181
Kentucky House of Representatives:
Bob Deweese 1-800-372-7181
Metro Louisville Mayor:
Greg Fisher 574-2003
Paula McCraney 574.1107
2007 City Survey and Priorities