Welcome!      

Hello to all Kingsley residents.  If you are new to our city, welcome to Kingsley.  We are glad you have chosen to live in our wonderful community and hope that you will stay with us for many years to come Before explaining more about Kingsley, here are some important notes about current events:






























Back to Kingsley:

Many years ago, our community was part of Farmington, the once sprawling farm of the Speed family. On March 1, 1924, developer C.C. Hieatt purchased 46 acres off Taylorsville Road and created the subdivision of Kingsley as an extension of the Strathmoor neighborhood.  On December 21, 1939 Kingsley was incorporated as a sixth class city. Today, Kingsley has 175 single-family residences, 2 apartments, and 3 businesses 

We encourage you to take walks in our beautiful neighborhood.  Many of our residents—especially when the weather is nice—enjoy the extensive sidewalk system that fronts all Kingsley properties.  Stretch your legs, burn some calories, and meet the neighbors.  Also, be sure to take advantage of Kingsley Green.  It’s a great place to toss a football or to let the little ones expend some energy.   

We hope you enjoy living in Kingsley.  Please don’t hesitate to call the Mayor or one of your City Commissioners should you have any comments or concerns.
                                                                            
The Mayoand Commissioners of the City of Kingsley






City of Kingsley

Jefferson County, Kentucky

Kingsley is in Louisville Metro Council District 8.  
Our District 8 Councilman is Brandon Coan 
(www.louisvilleky.gov/MetroCouncil/Members/08/).
Note 4: The City of Kingsley is accepting bids for a sidewalk and curbing project.  Contractors  interested in bidding can find the RFP by clicking here:  

2019 Sidewalk Project RFP

Note 1:  We have had several parking violations recently and will be enforcing Metro Government parking ordinances starting in February.  Here is a quick reminder of the ordinances:

All four wheels must be on the pavement when parked.
The sidewalk cannot be blocked by a parked car.
Cars must be parked in the traffic direction.
Cars cannot be parked within 30 feet of a stop sign.
Note 2: The PVA will be conducting a 2020 real estate property value reassessment.  You do have the right to appeal their findings.  Click the link below to find out about an instructional meeting the PVA is holding in April.

PVA Meeting Info
Note 3: A dead rabbit was found in Strathmoor Village that tested positive for tularemia August 2019.  If you want to know more about tularemia, click on the link below:

Tularemia